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492012 Mazda CX-9 Grand Touring AWD [w/video]

Aging Three-Row Still Light On Its Feet

29Mazda celebrates turning 90, looks back at logos

Mazda celebrates 90 years and we look at its changing logo – Click above for high-res image gallery

33Congrats, Mazda! Two millionth Mazda6 rolls off the line

2011 Mazda6 – Click above for high-res image gallery

23Who's Zoomin' Who? Ad agency behind longtime Mazda campaign reportedly broomed

Mazda commercials end with the written line, "Zoom Zoom. Forever," and there are few who aren't familiar with that little boy whispering "Zoom Zoom." But while the tagline might be akin to a diamond from De Beers, the 13-year relationship between Mazda and the firm that created it isn't forever at all. Mazda has left the agency for Team Detroit/WPP, perhaps taking the little boy with them.

15Mazda dealers: CX-9 sales don't need Zoom-Zoom push

We recently lamented Mazda's decision not to bring their new MPV minivan to the States. Mazda helped explain the decision by saying that minivan marketing practices put too much downward pressure on prices and therefore limit profits for automakers. We think Mazda could reverse that trend by doing what we called for years ago: adding some "Zoom-Zoom" to the segment with a better handling, lighter-on-its-feet shuttle like the new MPV. Mazda has instead decided to focus on crossovers, much like ev

AddMazda offering MX-5 Roadster Coupe to budding filmmaker

Mazda held a Zoom-Zoom photo contest in Europe that went so well, they decided to do a video contest as a follow-up. But as with the still shot sweeps, this one is for Europe only. Mazda Motor Europe has launched a video contest to mark the launch of the new Mazda MX-5 Roadster Coupe, which should be hitting European dealerships soon. Signifying the 12 seconds it takes to open or close the new retractable hardtop, the promotion has been dubbed, "12 second thriller." It even has its own website a

3Mazda to go it alone with hybrid development

Despite the past efforts of its parent company, Mazda is setting out on its own path to develop hybrid powertrains. Mazda's senior managing executive in charge of research and development, Seita Kanai, stated that the Japanese company is working independently of Ford to create hybrid vehicles. These new hybrids will be targeted at the U.S. market and will be based on a chassis that is lightened to compensate for the increased weight of the hybrid components. In the past, Mazda's hybrids have onl

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