The commercials showing a Mazda Protege whipping down a winding desert road, filling the mirrors of a wildly flailing Miata...
Mazda is the only Japanese automaker that isn't currently profitable, but that could change very soon.
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In a departure from the Mazda of old, and in an effort to expand its appeal, the Japanese automaker has undergone a reinvention.
Our spy photographers snagged the next-generation 2015 Mazda 3 hatchback during testing, with a much cleaner, more refined design under the black-and-white camouflage.
For the past 25 years, Mazda has been calling Flat Rock, Michigan, home of at least a few of its cars.