Right after Mazda announced that it was shacking up with Fiat, it is announcing that it will be divorcing Ford—at least its production facilities, anyway.
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Companies love to wax misty-eyed poetics about how their production cars are "concept-derived" until Robert Pinsky throws a fit, and Mazda keeps its production teasers in line with the rest.
When a $19,000 subcompact car comes with a navigation system and keyless entry, it’s clear that the definition of "luxury car" has changed.
Mazda is looking to reposition itself in the U.S., and big changes are planned to help the comparatively small Japanese automaker get there.