Big news for economy-car buyers: The Mazda Protege has been totally redesigned for 1999. If you liked the previous incarnation...
Mazda, in a move it is billing as a way of “increasing global manufacturing efficiencies,” has decided to move production of the next-generation Mazda6 to Japan.
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Fiat and Mazda recently announced a partnership, and Fiat is taking it a step further by announcing that the Italian automaker is open to building Mazdas at its plants.
Americans won't see a 2014 Mazda6 on these shores for a few more months—but that didn't stop us from driving one—even if it meant going to France to get behind the wheel.
Far and away, the Mazda3 has become the best-selling car in the Mazda portfolio, showing that a compact car can be both efficient and fun to drive in this era.