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A Brave Statement: Mazda Will Destroy Its Luxury Competitors By 2023

A Brave Statement: Mazda Will Destroy Its Luxury Competitors By 2023

Mazda is rapidly expanding its luxury SUV Lineup, while transitioning to a more upscale and performance-oriented Vehicles

A while back, we talked about how Mazda is in the process of reinventing itself. The Japanese carmaker shared, on its official newsroom that three new SUV models are coming out by 2023 and that the expansion of its lineup will be accompanied by upgraded dealer facilities. Mazda’s transition to a more upscale image has never been more apparent and we are going to see the first models with longitudinally-mounted inline-six engines debut as early as 2022.

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Would the Mazda CX-30 Be More Desirable With a 250-Horsepower Turbo Engine Under the Hood?

Would the Mazda CX-30 Be More Desirable With a 250-Horsepower Turbo Engine Under the Hood?

The CX-30 is already a hoot to drive, can more power improve on that?

If the latest report is to be believed, Mazda is cooking up a turbocharged version of the CX-30, which is expected to crank out 250 horsepower. The CX-30 is one of the most pleasing crossovers you can get as far as the driving experience is concerned, so the idea of extra grunt should, in theory, boost its desirability.

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Mazda 3 Turbo Power Figures Unveiled, And It's Disappointing As Hell

Mazda 3 Turbo Power Figures Unveiled, And It’s Disappointing As Hell

Well, there goes competing with the Volkswagen Golf R or the Honda Civic Type R

At the end of June, we broke the news that a turbocharged Mazda 3 was in the works and, while we knew it would lead to a Mazdaspeed revival, we thought it would at least have some performance chops. Unfortunately, thanks to a video posted by Mazda Mexico, we know that isn’t the case at all, and the Mazda3 turbo will be little more than a range-topping hatch will a little bit of daily-driving power. Talk about dropping the ball, huh?

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Mazda Reveals The Third-Gen BT-50 Pickup Truck With Major Changes Inside-Out

Mazda Reveals The Third-Gen BT-50 Pickup Truck With Major Changes Inside-Out

The truck comes with a new exterior and interior design, new engine, as well as a new platform

Mazda officially unveiled the third-gen of the BT-50 pickup truck. It comes with a whole lot of changes in and out. The truck follows a whole new design philosophy and feels new on the inside as well. It rides on a new platform and is powered by a whole new engine. The only thing that is carried over from the previous iteration is the name. Will this help Mazda boost sales?

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The 2020 Mazda MX-30 Electric Crossover Has Sporty Ambitions

The 2020 Mazda MX-30 Electric Crossover Has Sporty Ambitions

It also gets RX-8-inspired rear doors

Mazda’s first-ever electric car is finally here and unsurprisingly, the Japanese carmaker is insisting that the EV is still a car for the driver. What’s more, the MX-30 gets the freestyle doors last seen on the RX-8 sports car and it promises to cover around 200 kilometers (124 miles) on a single charge. Let’s find out more.

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The 2019 Mazda CX-30 is Cool and All, But Why Isn't it Called the CX-4?

The 2019 Mazda CX-30 is Cool and All, But Why Isn’t it Called the CX-4?

Seems like Mazda is using a weird naming strategy

Mazda just unveiled a brand new crossover at the 2019 Geneva Motor Show. It’s called the CX-30, it’s based on the latest Mazda3 hatchback, and it’s a really cool addition to the lineup. But why isn’t it called the CX-4? Because it would make a lot of sense.

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Updated Mazda CX-5 Brings Turbo Engine and Luxury Trim

Updated Mazda CX-5 Brings Turbo Engine and Luxury Trim

More than 200 horsepower!

It’s been less than two years since the second-generation CX-5 went into production and Mazda is already rolling out an update. While it’s not exactly a facelift design-wise, the upgrade adds a more powerful turbo engine and two new trims with more premium features. And higher prices obviously.

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Next-Gen 2019 Mazda3 Headed for L.A. Debut

Next-Gen 2019 Mazda3 Headed for L.A. Debut

Mazda’s first production model with the SkyActiv-X engine

After almost six years on the market, the current-generation Mazda3 will retire to make way for a redesigned model. The Japanese firm confirmed the new Mazda3 will make its global debut at the 2018 Los Angeles Auto Show and released a new teaser of the car.

Actually, Mazda previewed two vehicles, as the photo includes images of both the sedan and hatchback versions. Not much can be seen in the photo, but it gives us a glimpse of the sedan’s roof and the hatchback’s rear end.

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2019 Mazda CX-9 With Much More Gear For A Bit More Money

2019 Mazda CX-9 With Much More Gear For A Bit More Money

Finally, Mazda Integrated Apple CarPlay And Android Auto

The 2019 Mazda CX-9 received a simple update for the new model year and now comes with more features than ever, slightly changed pricing, and can even be had with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto systems. It is a welcomed update for a car that seems to be perfectly suited for the family tasks of today.

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The 2019 Mazda MX-5 Miata, on Sale in August, Gets New Standard Features and Increased Pricing

The 2019 Mazda MX-5 Miata, on Sale in August, Gets New Standard Features and Increased Pricing

It gets cool options too

Having just updated the Mazda MX-5 roadster, the Japanese automaker introduced a similar upgrade for the Targa-style RF model. While the sports car remains unchanged on the outside, it comes with extra standard features and a new equipment package.

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Wallpaper of the Day: 2019 Mazda CX-3

Wallpaper of the Day: 2019 Mazda CX-3

Revised looks strike fear in the competition

Mazda updated the CX-3 for the 2019 model year just a couple of years after its initial debut. It wasn’t an update to bring a plethora of new design cues, though. It was more about addressing what Mazda didn’t do right the first time. As such, it got some new technology, like an electronic parking brake, a new armrest for rear passengers, more comfortable seats, and some revisions under the metal too. Sure, it doesn’t really look different, but it’s still worthy of some time well spent on your desktop if you’re a fan of Mazda’s little crossover. As such, we’ve hand-picked a few wallpapers and made them available just for you.

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Mazda Updates the MX-5 For 2018; Adds Dark Cherry Soft Top Color

Mazda Updates the MX-5 For 2018; Adds Dark Cherry Soft Top Color

New body colors, a brake package, and standard infotainment round out the updates

The current Mazda MX-5 Miata isn’t old. In fact, it just debuted for the 2016 model year. Well, Mazda isn’t letting the icon age without change. The retractable fastback option came in 2017, and now for 2018, the standard MX-5 gets a few key updates.

New body and top colors bring fresh life while new interior leather options come to the range-topping Grand Touring trim. Mazda’s design team wasn’t the only ones to work their magic. The engineers retuned the rear suspension and power steering, likely matching the changes given to the Miata RF in 2017.

Owners of the performance-minded Club model can now get the Brembo/BBS Package, which comes with several items including – you guessed it – Brembo brakes and BBS wheels. The Club also now has upgraded 17-inch wheels, a better Bose sound system, and heated cloth seats for those chilly nighttime drives with the top down. And last but not least, the base Sport model now comes standard with the Mazda Connect infotainment system with the 7.0-inch display.

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