Nearly 2.3 million Australians intend to buy a new car in the next four years, and the Mazda3 heads the wish list, Roy Morgan Research automotive survey data shows. It finds 6.4% of new-car intenders are considering the Mazda3, ahead of the GM Holden Commodore/Calais (5.7%), Toyota Corolla (5.0%), GM Holden Cruze (4.1%) and Volkswagen Golf (4.0%). The difference between the Mazda3 and Corolla is equivalent to more than 30,000 potential sales in a highly competitive market. But Toyota ...

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