If you have not driven a 2014 Mazda3, or any of the other modern Mazda vehicles it has developed on its own, like the Mazda CX-5 and Mazda6, this may be hard to explain.
Seeing a 2014 Mazda MX-5 Miata on the road today reminded me that spring is in the air and convertible fever is spreading throughout the United States.
At the upcoming New York Auto Show Mazda will attempt to create a buzz around its display with a retrospective on its quarter century of Miata and MX-5 convertibles Rather than only focus on its b
In 1989 Mazda reintroduced the fun to drive convertible roadster. The concept was not new. The world knew about Fiat Spyders, Alfa graduates, and small British convertibles.
It's expensive to develop a new car.
Under Ford's partial ownership, most of Mazda's cars were based on Fords. The Mazda3 shared its underpinnings with the European-market Ford Focus and the Volvo S40.
The Mazda3 has been winning effusive praise from nearly every camp.
For the 2012 model year, engineers took the Mazda3 compact car and turned it from a loser to a leader in fuel economy.
Hybrids remain a niche market in the U.S., but a growing number of carmakers are launching gas-electric versions of their cars. Sadly, though, Mazda apparently doesn't want to be one of them.
If you're like me, you don't pay much attention to auto racing. But Mazda's latest initiative is a reason to pay attention.