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First impressions say Mazda's new 3 is trying to distance itself from its Japanese competitors in product substance _ all for the good

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It's very nice to hear that Mazda will speed up all its new car introductions in Thailand to fall in line with other markets around the world as much as possible. 

The Bonanza race circuit was set up in a way to show how well the new 3 handles.

So, instead of having to wait for a certain Mazda to be facelifted abroad before coming to local showrooms, Thais will now be able to enjoy new editions on a more timely than ever basis.

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