2010 MAZDA3 Review – A First Drive with Mazda’s Remodeled Moneymaker

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“Just because it isn’t fancy doesn’t mean it isn’t high quality.” That was a quote from Robert Davis, VP of Product Development for Mazda during a recent event at the company’s North American headquarters in Irvine.

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Four New Cars From The Foreign 4 Knocking at the Door

Acura Hyundai Kia Mazda Press and News

Who would have dreamed a year ago that the big names at the 2009 Chicago Auto Show would be Acura, Hyundai, Kia, and Mazda? Who would have ever imagined that a U.S. auto show would be dominated by companies from Japan and Korea? Everyone thought the Chicago Auto Show would be a great opportunity for […]

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2010 MAZDASPEED3 Premieres Next Month at Geneva Motor Show

Mazda Press and News

If you’re looking for a moderately-priced quick little vehicle with a contemporary look, top-tier features, and dynamics that make it a pleasure to drive, the 2010 MAZDASPEED3 — the newest version of the MazdaSpeed family — might just be the car for you. This is the zoom-zoomiest of the Mazdas, with a 2.3-liter direct-injection turbocharged […]

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2009 Mazda RX-8 Review: Go Speed Racer, Go!

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Mazda has received much praise for their RX line of cars, with the 2003 RX-8 replacing the popular RX-7. As the only major car manufacturer to use a rotary engine, I was interested to see how it performed. Rotary engines inherently offer a compact, comparably lightweight engine

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Mazda's rotary rocket ready for launch

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Mazda RX-8 Consumer Reviews Mazda RX-8 Overview Mazda RX-8 Photo Gallery Mazda RX-8 Specs Beating rhythmically underneath the hood is the heart of the the RX-7 and RX-8 — a Wankel rotary engine. Wankel is such a funny sounding name, but the rotary engine (originally conceived and developed by Dr. Felix Wankel) is much more […]

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New Miata Debuts In Japan

Mazda Press and News

sa-WEET! I love these little guys. Sure, a lot of people, men mostly, look at Miatas as being “girls cars”. They either don’t know the first thing about sports cars, have never ridden in the passenger seat of one when a competent driver is at the wheel, or are in the midst of some heavy […]

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2009 Mazda MAZDA6 Review – Spicing up the mid-size family sedan

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Mazda is sticking to it’s zoom-zoom mantra and hoping that a little extra driving excitement will be enough to convince buyers into driving off in a new MAZDA6

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2010 Mazda MAZDA3 Video

Mazda Press and News Video Reviews

Mazda MAZDA3 Consumer Reviews Mazda MAZDA3 Expert Reviews Mazda MAZDA3 Photo Gallery Mazda MAZDA3 Specs We have driving shots of the newly redesigned 2010 Mazda MAZDA3 that was officially revealed at the Los Angeles Auto Show. Mazda also tells us that the 3 will carry over its 2.0L four-cylinder, but be joined by a larger […]

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Ford Sells 20% Of Its Stake In Mazda

Ford Mazda Press and News

In an effort to raise cash and prop up its faltering balance sheets, Ford Motor Company has sold 20% of its stake in Mazda, netting the blue oval boys $540 Million. This follows on the heals of GM selling of 3% of their stake in Suzuki (netting the General $230 Million). According to statements from […]

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2009 Mazda MAZDA3 S GT Sedan Review – The Renaissance Car

Expert Reviews Mazda

Mazda MAZDA3 Consumer Reviews Mazda MAZDA3 Expert Reviews Mazda MAZDA3 Photo Gallery Mazda MAZDA3 Specs By Kurt Gensheimer Blings: Top-shelf interior Go-kart handling Terrific balance of power and fuel economy Unmatched value Dings: Weak in the low-end grunt department Low backseat headroom No Sixth Gear? Ruling: Power, luxury, style, sportiness, affordability, fuel efficiency, cargo room, […]

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