It used to be that small sporty coupes were fun little toys on wheels for those who couldn't afford a real sports car. You'd get snappy performance and cute, maybe even aggressive looks, but you knew better than to mess with the big boys.
like the second-generation Toyota MR2 and the Eagle Talon TSi Turbo have changed all that. Serious performance now can be had for under $20,000.
This year Mazda rolled out its first entry in the small coupe wars. It's called the MX-3, and Mazda took a
unique approach with it.
Instead of packing a high-revving turbocharged four-cylinder under the hood, Mazda engineers developed a 1.8-liter V-6 and made it optional for those who want more performance than... Read More