Mazda Motor Corp. CEO Masamichi KogaiMazda told Automotive News* in Japan that it is still considering a diesel for the U.S. car market. “We are not giving up,” Kogai said of the U.S.
Mazda’s 2016 CX-9 is the first vehicle in its peer group to offer only a four-cylinder engine.
Mazda announced today that starting with its Japanese version of the Mazda3, called the Axela, its vehicles will be built with new technology called SKYACTIV Vehicle Dynamics.
The recently updated 2017 Hyundai Elantra Limited will surprise buyers with luxury features not expected in the affordable compact car class. Its fuel economy will also drop some jaws.
Europeans love torquey engines. Having been brainwashed into believing that diesel engines are the cat's pajamas, they like engines that have loads of torque at revs just above idle.
The results are just in, and the 2016 Mazda CX-3 has performed better on crash test results than its direct competitor the Honda HR-V.
Do family car buyers have to buy frumpy, boring vehicles? Apparently not. This past week Parents Magazine named the 2016 Mazda3 its Best Hatchback choice.
At this year’s annual New England Motor Press Association (NEMPA) Winter Cars of the Year awards ceremony, Mazda’s 2016 CX-3 was named the Best All-Weather Subcompact Crossover.
The 2016 Mazda Miata has won the Texas Auto Writers’ Association’s (TAWA) award for Best Performance Compact.
The affordable compact crossover market is the new family car market. Having passed all other non-truck segments in sales, this segment is the present and future of “cars” as we know them.