I think my point is still not getting across. If Mazda intended to give us a technology choice not a power choice wed have two engines with similar performance but we dont. That would probably be NA 2.5 or a turbo 1.5 or 2.0. Honestly doing that would not make sense as most consumers dont understand or care about NA vs Turbo. What they care about is power/performance and economy. Which is really what the choice is about.