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My husband and I love our new Mazda2. It's economical, fun to drive (manual transmission), and easy to park. It's also amazing how much you can fit in the "trunk" hatchback area. Our only disappointment is the lack of daytime running lights, which seems to be a standard feature on almost any car these days. It's a safety issue, which seems to be even more important when you consider how small the car is. Why not make yourself more visible to other cars? We drive with the headlights on most of the time, but sometimes we forget. I'm wondering why Mazda didn't add this feature. I can't imagine it could cost that much. Any insight?