Mazda Says No To Rotary Engine and Larger Sports Car

December 7, 2016 0

Mazda is famous for many things, but the rotary-engined sports cars are the company’s most iconic creations to date. So, it’s by no means surprising that enthusiasts have been clamoring for a successor to the RX-8 ever since the four-door coupe was discontinued in 2012. However, despite recent rumors … read more

Report – Mazda thinking about reviving sporty subbrand

November 30, 2016 0

The Mazda MPS / Mazdaspeed subbrand was alive and kicking just a few years ago – but today you’re not going to be treated to such sporty goodies anymore. Well, that may be subject to change in the future.
The latest installment in the Mazda3 compact hatchback line led to the demise of the last sporty … read more

2017 Mazda CX-5 Begins Production In Japan

November 29, 2016 0

It’s only been two weeks since Mazda revealed its new CX-5 at the LA Auto Show, but already it has started production of the new crossover.
The first examples of the CX-5 rolled off the assembly line yesterday at Mazda’s Ujina Plant No. 2 near the company’s headquarters in Hiroshima, Japan.
The first … read more

Diesel-powered Mazda CX-5 confirmed for U.S.

November 19, 2016 0

Mazda‘s on-again, off-again diesel offensive is back on track.
Unfazed by the Dieselgate affair, the Japanese firm will offer the brand new CX-5 (pictured) with a turbodiesel engine starting in the second half of next year. Mazda has sold plenty of diesel-powered cars in the past, but it’s never launched … read more

Mazda Bringing Its Diesels To The U.S. Market Next Year

November 16, 2016 0

According to Japanese publication the Nikkei Review, Mazda will introduce a number of diesel models into the United States next year.
Sources claim that the automaker will soon offer two diesels to U.S. customers and hopes to sell about 50,000 units annually. Mazda’s decision comes after a lengthy … read more

Mazda CX-5 Diesel Coming Next Year: Report

November 15, 2016 0

While most automakers are avoiding diesel engines in the U.S., Mazda is thinking differently.
As a result of Volkswagen’s massive diesel scandal, oil burners aren’t exactly at the top of the car shoppers’ lists these days. But Mazda believes there’s a gap to be filled left behind by the German … read more

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