Mazda Motor Corporation
The sun shone eventually on the automotive industry at this week's Geneva show but there are still a lot of dark clouds hanging over Europe....
With the Mazda MX-5 soon to celebrate 25 years of production, Glenn Brooks recalls its 1989 launch, tries the latest car, and takes a look a...
A busy week with a lot happening on many fronts. Most interesting for me - and most read by you - was an announcement from Suzuki in Japan a...
I have to say I'm somewhat intrigued by today's news from India and Japan: Suzuki will build a new car plant of its own to supply Indian aff...
Martin Leach, the former head of Ford of Europe, Mazda and Maserati, now runs Magma - a multi-faceted automotive industry consultancy and service provider. Dave Leggett recently caught up with him in London to hear his views on the current state of the automotive business and the challenges ahead.
Australia’s CAP-XX Ltd is developing supercapacitors to provide high power support to automotive stop-start systems, protecting and extending the operating life of the car's battery in the process. Supercapacitors are lighter than a battery, can operate at low temperatures and be charged and discharged almost without limit. To find out more, Matthew Beecham talked with CAP-XX’s CEO Anthony Kongats and Pierre Mars, Vice President Applications Engineering & Quality.
New car sales in Australia declined 3.8% year on year in February to 86,818 units.
Potential buyers world wide take independent new car safety reveiews very seriously these days and Mazda claims its latest 6 [Atenza in Japan and China] is now officially one of the safest cars available globally, having received the highest possible safety ratings in Europe, Japan, Australia and the US.
Winter maintained its grip on the US in February and, as happened in January, car buyers stayed home.
The new Mazda 2, based on the Hazumi concept unveiled at the show, will go into production late this year as Mazda completes its cycle of model renewal.
As we suggested, following the news Toyota would end manufacturing in Australia from 2017, it now appears the automaker already has plans for its near new engine manufacturing line.
A report out of the US, supposedly from a 'Mazda Insider' speaking at the recent Monterey Weekend, claims that a new rotary engined model is just two years from launch.
I like to hear of tales of epic trips, by whatever transport mode.
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