Comparing Mazda with the Competition
Comparisons have become one of the primary tools by which drivers assess the value of a particular vehicle. After all, examining two similarly priced automobiles from the same vehicle segment allows drivers to single out the performance metrics that matter most to them and see what choice provides the greatest amount of value in those areas.
While that last sentence was admittedly a mouthful, think about comparing Mazda with the competition in the following terms. Drivers who value efficiency can easily identify how far their dollar will go when two cars share a similar MSRP. The comparison data collected by Mazda of Lodi for Mazda3 and Toyota Corolla illustrates this point clearly. While the price difference between the cars starts at less than $200, Mazda3 is capable of five more highway mpg than Toyota Corolla. This allows drivers who hold fuel economy in high regards to make the most prudent decision when researching compact sedans.
Comparing Mazda with the competition is not exclusively a matter of fuel economy, however. This is why Mazda of Lodi tends to highlight at least four areas where the typical driver may find automotive value. In the case of comparing the 2014 Mazda CX-5 and 2014 Honda CR-V, Mazda starts with two of the most popular vehicles in the crossover SUV segment and examines what value each can offer to the everyday driver. But unlike the Mazda3 and Toyota Corolla comparison, drivers find that price actually becomes a significant factor between the CX-5 and the CR-V. The 2014 Mazda CX-5 starts out with a price more than $1,500 below that of the Honda CR-V. With better fuel economy as well, Mazda CX-5 proves to be the better overall value.
With a page set up specifically for Mazda of Lodi’s inter-model research, comparing Mazda with the competition has never been easier. Click to view Mazda of Lodi’s comparison portal page, complete with a number of comparisons featuring your favorite Mazda models.
lots of spin favours short pips hierets.whtn a guy loops and you block or hit with your pips the lack of friction of your rubber makes the next shot harder for the looper.when the looper produces balls with less spin the balls the pips return are more predictable and easier to make the next shot for the looper.same with long pips defenders.if the loop has less spin the defense will have less spin as well.in turn this will make the next loop easier/more offensive.