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Mazda Confirms CX-30 Production in Mexico

After a few reports a couple of weeks ago, Mazda confirmed that the CX-30 will be built in Mexico. Unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show last March, the all-new Mazda CX-30 will soon start production in Mexico. The Salamanca factory was chosen by Mazda and...

Mazda e-TPV: Things To Know About Mazda’s First EV Prototype

Mazda e-TPV
The Mazda e-TPV, which stands for Electric Test Prototype Vehicle, is the Japanese manufacturer’s first step into EVs. Mazda invited a few journalists from worldwide publications, including one from Canada, to test-drive the e-TPV in Norway. Based on the CX-30, the e-TPV features a battery...

A 4-Door Mazda Coupe On The Way For 2022

Mazda Vision Coupe
The 2017 Mazda Vision Coupe concept set hearts aflutter with its sleek lines. Rumour has it that it will break cover at this upcoming Tokyo Motor Show This is little more than rumours at the moment but a 4-door Mazda Coupe might be real. Mazda’s...

2020 Mazda6 At A Glance

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Mazda wouldn't be where it is today without the original Mazda6. Subsequent models failed to capitalize on the success, however. The first Mazda6 was a roaring success. Praised by all and loved by many, it was introduced in 2003 and quickly became a mid-size segment...

2019 Mazda CX-5 Diesel First Drive Review: We Want to Love It

2019 Mazda CX-5 Signature Diesel review
Mazda has been teasing diesel engines for too long. It's now available in the Mazda CX-5 but is it too little too late? Actually, too expensive too late may be the better way to phrase it. The 2019 Mazda CX-5 Diesel unveiled at the last...

There Won’t Be A Hot Mazdaspeed3 In Our Future – UPDATE

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Despite some reports of the return of a Mazdaspeed3 in the not too distant past, it appears that Mazda’s shut the books on it for good. Mazda has a problem – many in fact. Their past is riddled with awesomeness and car lovers want new...

Toyota cancels Corolla plans at new Alabama Plant, opts for new SUV instead

Left to right: Secretary Greg Canfield, Mazda Motor Corporation President and Chief Executive Officer Masamichi Kogai, Alabama Govornor Kay Ivey, Toyota Motor Corporation President Akio Toyoda, Huntsville Mayor Tommy Battle, Commission Chairman Mark Yarbrough
Toyota announced today that it will not be building the Corolla at the new Mazda-Toyota assembly plant in Alabama but instead an SUV. In January of last year, Mazda and Toyota confirmed a new joint-venture manufacturing plant in Huntsville, Alabama. Mazda said a new crossover...

2019 Mazda3 Reviews and Buying Guide

2019 Mazda3
Video review, first drive, and comprehensive reviews of the 2019 Mazda3. Interested in the Mazda3? Check out our guide below that includes every review we have published as well as our Should You Buy feature and video review. 2019 Mazda3 Video Review https://youtu.be/wEO38Cs_cL8 Should You Buy a 2019...

Mazda Will Launch First Battery-Electric Vehicle in 2020

Akira Marumoto, Mazda President and CEO
Mazda is one of the very few remaining manufacturers that does not have an electrified vehicle in its lineup. According to some, Mazda’s first BEV arrives next year. We’ve heard and reads loads one Mazda’s SkyActiv initiatives but next to nothing concrete on how they...

Mazda Skyactiv-X Comes in at 177 Horsepower

2019 Mazda3 Skyactiv-x engine
Mazda has confirmed its new Skyactiv-X engine specs for the European market. Reports out of Europe have put the new Mazda Skyactiv-X engine in the new 2019 Mazda3 at 177 horsepower and 165 pound-feet of torque. Mazda confirmed the numbers after earlier reports from a...