Internal Mazda Magazine Hints At Hydrogen-powered Rotary Engine

Internal Mazda Magazine Hints At Hydrogen-Powered Rotary Engine

The latest edition of Mazda’s internal magazine, Zoom-Zoom, may hint at the arrival of a Hydrogen-powered rotary engine sportscar from the Japanese automaker.

In an article marking the 50th anniversary of the rotary-powered Cosmo Sport, Mazda explained that the rotary engine’s biggest drawback is poor fuel economy and emissions. A rotary engine has plenty of positives, however, including its compact size, and smooth, free-revving nature, so it’s easy to see why Mazda is reluctant to kill it off.

The Story Behind The All-new Mazda Cx-5

The story behind the all-new Mazda CX-5In Japanese culture, everything happens for a reason and simplicity is a cornerstone of everyday life. And at Mazda we have a simple reason for what we do. It is this: To invigorate both body and spirit through the joy of driving. We want to create an emotional connection between the driver and the car. We call this Jinba Ittai.

Mazda Happy With U.s. Market Share But Wants More Profit

Mazda Happy With U.S. Market Share But Wants More Profit

Mazda says it is happy with its U.S. market share and is chasing a “good” 2 per cent, reports Autonews.

“I am not comfortable with 2 percent. I'm comfortable with a good 2 percent. A good 2 percent means our dealer network becomes profitable and becomes sustainable,” he said.

Mazda Claims An Aeb ‘safety Revolution’

Mazda claims an AEB ‘safety revolution’

Mazda Australia claims to have completed its “standard safety revolution” after adding autonomous emergency braking (AEB) as standard to its CX-3 small crossover last week.

The company has progressively made its Smart City Brake Support – Forward (SCBS-F) system standard on its core passenger and SUV range, putting it at the pointy end of the market.

Mazda Targeting A 10% Take Rate On Diesel-powered Cx-5 In The U.s.

Mazda Targeting A 10% Take Rate On Diesel-Powered CX-5 In The U.S.

When Mazda unveiled the 2017 CX-5 at the Los Angeles Auto Show last year, the company confirmed the crossover would be offered with a 2.2-liter SkyActiv-D diesel engine. Now we're learning the CX-5's success could pave the way for future diesel-powered models in America.

In an interview with Autonews, Mazda North America President and CEO Masahiro Moro revealed the automaker is targeting a ten percent take rate for the optional diesel engine. That sounds slightly ambitious given the current climate but Moro says the "CX-5 will be a very good indicator for us to understand where we have the opportunity and what kind of people come to buy those new technologies."

2017 Mazda Cx-3 Pricing And Specs

2017 Mazda CX-3 pricing and specs

The updated 2017 Mazda CX-3 crossover has arrived, bringing additional active safety tech, some cabin design tweaks, and claimed improvements to the ride, handling and noise-suppression.

This is in exchange for price hikes of between $200 and $500 across most of the range, which remains one of the widest in its segment by comprising four spec levels, petrol and diesel engines, manual and automatic transmissions, and front- or all-wheel drive.

New Mazda Cx-3 Gt Sport Announced For The U.k.

New Mazda CX-3 GT Sport Announced For the U.K.

The Mazda CX-3 lineup is growing in the United Kingdom as the company has just announced plans to introduce a new CX-3 GT Sport.

Based on the CX-3 Sport Nav, the range-topping CX-3 GT Sport features a modestly revised exterior with bright trim and a black tailgate-mounted spoiler. The model also features a Ceramic Metallic or Meteor Grey Mica paint job with 18-inch alloy wheels.

Mazda Refuses To Talk About Mazdaspeeds Future

Mazda Refuses to Talk About Mazdaspeed’s Future

It’s been nearly half a decade since Mazda last offered a Mazdaspeed product.

Not since 2004 and 2005, when 5,142 Mazdaspeed MX-5s were delivered in the United States market, has Mazda’s most obvious performance car been available in a power-up version.

Not since the first-generation Mazda 6’s 2005/2006 Mazdaspeed tenure has Mazda’s midsize sedan been offered in performance guise.

Mazda To Launch New Cx-8 Crossover Suv In Japan

Mazda to Launch New CX-8 Crossover SUV in JapanMazda Motor Corporation today announced plans to launch the Mazda CX-8 crossover SUV in Japan. The new model, the first in the new-generation lineup in Japan to feature three rows of seating, will go on sale before the end of the year.
The latest new-generation model featuring the full suite of SKYACTIV technologies and KODO-Soul of Motion design, the CX-8 will be the flagship of Mazda's SUV lineup in Japan.

The One-millionth Mazda Mx-5 Miata Has Returned Home

The One-Millionth Mazda MX-5 Miata has Returned Home

After touring the world, the milestone one-millionth Mazda MX-5 Miata is back in Japan.

The commemorative model was built to celebrate one-million units of Mazda’s iconic two-seater roadster and it arrived back at Mazda’s Hiroshima headquarters on April 7. Over the course of its worldwide tour, the Miata stopped at 35 events in Japan, the U.K., Spain, Germany, Belgium, the U.S., Canada, Australia and New Zealand. As a treat for fans, they were able to sign their names on the bodywork of the Miata.

Perk Up Your Mazda Miata With Bbr's New 248-horsepower Turbo Kit

Perk up your Mazda Miata with BBR's new 248-horsepower turbo kitFor three decades, enthusiasts have argued whether the Mazda MX-5 Miata needs more power. For its part, Mazda seems fine with leaving the Miata as is, even reducing the horsepower from the third- to fourth-generation models, though the car lost a little weight. That's where tuners like BBR in the UK and Flyin' Miata here in the US step in, offering aftermarket solutions for those that crave a little more grunt. BBR announced today that its new 248-horsepower Stage 1 turbo kit is ready and waiting for the new 2.0-liter-powered ND Miatas, including the new Miata RF.

One-millionth Mazda Mx-5 Comes Home

One-Millionth Mazda MX-5 Comes HomeMazda Motor Corporation announced today that the One-Millionth Mazda MX-5, a commemorative model celebrating the production of 1 million units of Mazda's iconic two-seater convertible sports car, has returned home after a year-long tour that saw the model exhibited at fan-facing events around the globe. The car arrived back at the company's Hiroshima headquarters on April 7.