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Mazda's American-market version of the Luce, now mostly forgotten.

Along with the Mitsubishi Sigma, the first-generation US-market Mazda 929 has largely disappeared from our consciousness. Which is too bad, since it was a very good car.

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And it was all done during a Facebook Live session.

Thank you, Photoshop.

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The Launch Edition will be limited to 1,000 units and is only for the US.

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They need to have 'the Fizz'.

Clarkson has interesting taste, as we all know.

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The 787B wasn't the only green and orange endurance racer Mazda built.

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Some subtle tweaks, but positive ones.

G-Vectoring up, torque down while you Mazda fans corner to this.

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It looks more evolution than revolution.

The photos show a design that seems to be an evolution of the current model that takes cues from the new CX-9.

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Why a Wankel? Because you can.

Jay Leno's Garage focuses on a '66 Bug with the heart of a 1990 Mazda RX-7.

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How much power is too much power?

Flyin' Miata has done it again. Their LS3 powered Mazda Miata is nearly ready for customers.

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We don't know when they'll be coming, but apparently they're coming.

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Less weight and a smaller engine could be in the future.

Run, don't walk, if you want to buy one of these cars used.

We talk a lot about new cars, but people often go the used route. And the used car market hides some fascinating data that we sometimes overlook.

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Meeting the US's 2025 fuel-efficiency mandate may be difficult without electrification.

Mazda continues to wring out more fuel efficiency from its Skyactiv gas-engine technology.

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The compact car benefits from G-Vectoring Control.

Mazda updated the Mazda3 with the automaker's G-Vectoring Control, which will go on sale today in Japan and make its way to the US later this year.

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The final Ford-Mazda tie-up dissolves with this new partnership.

Of course, there are no plans to bring the truck to the United States.

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No rust, no wrecks, just discarded at 151,762 miles.

One of the most enjoyable 100-horsepower cars ever made, but now destined to re-enter the scrap-metal food chain.

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