If Inspector Gadget ever decided to upgrade from his '83 Toyota Supra Gadgetmobile, he'll probably buy a Mazda. I haven't seen this many gadgets since CES a few years ago.
Granted, I was driving the $25,000 top-spec Touring S, but for that pricetag, you get Radar Cruise Control, a speedometer HUD(!), Keyless Entry & Start, Rearview Camera, Blind Spot Monitoring, Swiveling Front Headlights, Rain-Sensing Wipers, Automatic Braking (If an obstacle is in the road), Plus a very intiutive 7-inch touchscreen with Mazda's infotainment system.
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