Mazda Motor Corporation Most often just called Mazda, is a Japanese automaker situated in Fuchū, Aki District, Hiroshima Prefecture, Japan.
In 2007, Mazda manufactured almost 1.3 million vehicles for worldwide export, the greater part of which (almost 1 million) were manufactured in the organization's Japanese plants, with the rest from an assortment of different plants worldwide. In 2011, Mazda was the fifteenth largest automaker by production worldwide.
In 1931 Toyo Kogyo changed from producing machine tools to automobiles with the announcement of the Mazda-Go autorickshaw. Toyo Kogyo manufactured weapons for the Japanese military during World War II, most eminently the series 30 through 35 series 99 rifle. The organization formally assumed the Mazda name in 1984, however every vehicle sold from the start point wore that badge. The Mazda R360 was presented in 1960, trailed by the Mazda Carol in 1962.
929 - 1966 – 1991
full size Mazda 929 was built from 1973 and 1997. The 929 badge was only used for exports only, badge-engineering the Luce model until 1991 and afterward exchanging the name to Sentia models. From 1982 and 1986, Mazda additionally utilized the 929 nameplate for its Cosmo coupe in some markets.
Successor, Sentia, HC Platform, July 1986 – May 1991, Sentia, 1991–2002
1966 Mazda 929
1986 Mazda 929
1990 Mazda 929
1995 Mazda 929
Mazda Millenia - 1993 - 2003 - replaced the 929
Replaced by the Mazda 6
1993 Mazda Millenia
1999 Mazda Millenia
2003 Mazda Millenia
Mazda 6 - 2002–present
The Mazda 6 (called the Mazda Atenza in China and Japan, is a large family automobile manufactured since 2002. It was a replacement for the Mazda Capella (616, 626). The Mazda6 has sold more than one million units worldwide since it was introduced, arriving at this business milestone quicker than all past Mazdas.
The Mazda6 was the first example of the organization's new stylish, snsightful, and
spirited design philosophy followed up in December 2002 by the Mazda2, in August 2003 by the RX-8, in January 2004 by the Mazda3, the in 2005 the Mazda5, in October 2005 the MX-5, and in November 2006 the CX-7. The Mazda6 is basically the sixth generation Mazda 626 as the Mazda6 continues to be built on the G-stage, advancing from the GF-platform 626/Capella to the GG-platform Mazda6.
2002 Mazda6 Sport
2016 Mazda6 i Grand Touring
Mazda 3 - 2003–present
2015 Mazda3 S Grand Touring Hatchback
Mazda CX-3 - 2015-present - Compact
2015 Mazda CX3
Mazda CX-5 - 2013-present - Compact
2013 Mazda CX5
Mazda CX-9 - 2006–present Mid-Size
2006 Mazda CX9
2017 Mazda CX9
RX7 - 1978 to 2002 - RX9
1985 Mazda RX7
2012 Mazda RX9 Concept
1984 Mazda SE 5 Pickup
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