The 2016 Mazda MX-5 Miata will not start to appear in dealer showrooms in the U.S.A. for about two months, possibly longer. That isn’t stopping the motoring press from giving the car awards.
The California Air Resources Board (CARB) has set mandates that require all automakers that sell vehicles in California to produce a certain number of zero emissions vehicles (ZEVs).
Today Mazda released the official fuel economy test results for the all-new 2016 CX-3, saying it has “class-leading fuel economy numbers." The ratings are not bad.
The above photo is not Photoshopped except to hide the plate number. It is a real image taken by a sharp-eyed Torque News fan this week in Mass.
Today both Autoweek and Consumer Reports published their initial test drive reports of the U.S. Spec 2016 Mazda MX-5 Miata.
Today Mazda and Toyota announced a new partnership. Mazda has had such relationships in the past, notably with Ford.
When Mazda’s CX-3 comes to market in the coming months customers in the U.S. market will find a vehicle very much a Mazda, similar to the CX-5 mated to a Mazda3, but with less power.
As a vehicle tester I am always surprised when I hear an urban myth like “Hybrids don’t get their rated fuel economy in real life”, or “diesels get much better mileage than their EPA rating.” The
If you look at the photo at the top of the story, you will notice two things. First, the Miata has the steering wheel on the correct side for the North American market.