Mazda

Mazda is the little carmaker that could, being the underdog in the North American market that has recently been bringing an A-game to the field and creating new gold standards for automotive in several segments. Partnerships and collaborations with others have also changed the underpinnings of many of the vehicles we're driving today, most notably with Ford and the EcoBoost engine series.
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3 Things You Ought to Know Before You Buy a Roll Bar for Your Miata

In stock form, a Mazda Miata from any generation of the car's production will be a powerful track car. The only issue is the open top. The Miata's convertible roof is great on nice warm sunny days in May, but any organization which is running a track day will want you to get a roll bar before you participate. You need the protection which comes from a strong steel frame over your head. But not all roll-bars are created equal, and there are things you should know before you drop the cash for one.
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The Upcoming Rotary May Become the Most Successful, but You Won't Like It

Mazda's screaming rotary engine has won the hearts of many enthusiasts, but it hasn't been much of a success commercially. Now, Martijn ten Brink, Mazda's Vice President of Sales and Customer Service said that the rotary may make a new entrance in 2019. For a number of reasons, the reintroduction of the "Wankel" rotary engine may be the most commercially successful, but Rotary lovers ought not get their hopes up.
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3 Crucial Reasons Mazda is Everywhere in Motorsports and How You Could Get Paid to Race

Mazda's typical buyer is not one obsessed with horsepower or cornering G's. The company's bread and butter comes from economical consumers, and to most, Mazda stands for simple, efficient commuters. It may come as some surprise then, to hear that more Mazdas are road-raced on any given weekend than any other manufacturer. Here are the three main reasons why Mazda has such a strong presence in the world of motorsports.
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A 14-Year-Old Mazda Miata May Be Better Than a New One

Mazda's newest interpretation of their "Jinba Ittai" engineering philosophy for the Miata, which refers to perfect unity between a horse and rider, reflects this unity well enough that it had earned a slew of accolades, and made it onto the "Best Of" lists of a myriad magazines since it was released in 2016. However, there is an often-forgotten Mazda model from the early 2000's which may still have an edge over the new one: the factory-turbocharged Mazdaspeed MX-5 Miata.
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2019 Miata Will Be the Most Powerful of All Time Due To These Aggressive Changes

The current “ND” iteration of Mazda’s legendary Miata sports car will benefit from a few changes in the 2019 model year. Perhaps most notably, the 2019 Miata will have the most powerful engine ever put in the model, and will rip up to a new 7500rpm redline.
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2018 Mazda CX-9 Presents an Interesting Variable Horsepower Option

It’s not often that we find a bargain priced 3-row SUV that dives as good as it looks, in rolls Mazda's SUV flagship. Fuel Sensitive 2018 Mazda CX-9 presents an interesting fuel related variable horsepower option while holding MSRP on overall package value, and much more. Torque News takes a closer look.

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