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Daddy Daycare
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Oguri! Too much leaf/almond eye themes everywhere.
 

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Just call me GnG
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Initially, I didn't like it, but as I look at it a little bit longer at the details, I don't think its too bad. Just hope the rear window gets bigger.
 

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Everything looked good and Japanese'orgenic style tiil the front nose drooped down...
 

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Boobze
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looks better than the current one, if you ask me. it also looks like a scaled down 6.
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Front bumper is the only thing that needs work.
 

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NO ONE SLEEP IN TOKYO!!!!
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as long as it doesn't gain weight and remains the most fun to drive base model compact car I don't care what it looks like.
 

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Daddy Daycare
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Overall looks good, but I think it has a tad too many horizontal lines on the front.
 

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I like it. It seems unlikely that we'll be seeing the 1.4L petrol and the diesels stateside, the 2.0L and the 2.3L engines will probably be sticking around for us. But I'll be looking forward to seeing how the proposed diet works out.
 

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http://www.egmcartech.com/2008/07/29/2010-mazda3-to-get-2009-mazda6-looks-mazdaspeed3-to-get-250-hp
Engine choices will come from Ford with petrol engines ranging from 1.4 to 2.0 liters and diesels ranging from 1.6 to 2.2 liters. As for you MPS fans, the new MazdaSpeed3 will get the 5-cylinder turbo from the Focus ST producing 250-hp. According to sources, the model will ditch its simple looks for a more aggressive design than the standard Mazda3.

Of course, fuel-efficieny will be a big part of the redesign. The next-generation Mazda3 will be lighter and is expected to use biodegradable materials.
lighter, greener and better looking. great.
 
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