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Six Million Dollar Man Treatment for the New Mazda CX-5

According to the 1970s hit television series The Six Million Dollar Man, Steve Austin was the world's first bionic man. Mazda is taking a note from the TV show and is launching a new advertising campaign for the all-new 2013 Mazda CX-5 called "Better. Stronger. Smarter." to highlight the new and improved features on the crossover SUV.

A 60-second commercial, followed by three 30-second ads will highlight the CX-5 using a 1970s theme and…

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New Mazda CX-5 Gets Six Million Dollar Man Treatment

Steve Austin was the world's first bionic man, according to the 1970s hit television series The Six Million Dollar Man, as the fictional test-pilot was rebuilt to become 'better, stronger, and smarter' than he was before. Taking a page from the TV show starring Lee Majors, Mazda is launching a new advertising campaign for the all-new 2013 Mazda CX-5 called "Better. Stronger. Smarter." to highlight the new and improved features on the crossover SUV…

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Production Model Mazda6 Set to Debut This Fall

Last fall, Mazda unveiled their futuristic Takeri Concept. At the time, we knew it was built on Mazda's new SkyActiv technology, with a lightweight frame and fuel-efficient 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine. The gasoline-powered variant of this technology has since debuted in the Mazda3, and a diesel-powered variant is in the works, as well. And, coming up this fall, this so-called KODO - Soul of Motion design language will make its market debut on the upcoming...

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Mazda Cruises Through Truffula Valley

Mazda's new SkyActiv technology is Lorax approved. Really! Featured in the 2012 Mazda CX-5, SkyActiv combines superior engine power, a lightweight chassis, and class-leading efficiency for the safest, most eco-friendly driving experience yet. And, you can be sure that the new CX-5 is gentle on the environment, because it's the first vehicle to ever receive the "Truffula Tree Seal of Approval."

Like we said, even the Lorax has approved of it. At least...

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Mazda Exceeds Fuel Economy Expectations with the 2013 CX-5

We've been excited for the 2013 Mazda CX-5 for some time now. But recent news from Mazda has us even more excited for it to hit the showroom floor here at Airport Twin City Mazda. What's that? Well, the Mazda CX-5 has officially achieved best-in-class fuel-economy with an EPA-estimated 26 mpg city/35 mpg highway.

Back when Mazda released preliminary details for the CX-5, they had pretty high numbers for the fuel economy...

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New Mazda Dealership Tops Sales in UK

When Eastern Western Motor Group was first established in the first half of the 20th century, the UK-based group had big dreams for their company. Now, after 80 years of offering some of the greatest autos to shoppers in the United Kingdom, they've added another manufacturer to their list: Mazda. We know that's a long way from the greater Knoxville area, but we're proud to see Mazda join one of the...

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Ten Mazda Models Head to the Tokyo Auto Salon

Here in the United States, we wait all year for the annual SEMA show in Las Vegas, where custom cars and aftermarket parts take the stage. Over in Japan, enthusiasts eagerly await the Tokyo Auto Salon, which takes place in January, and where automakers yet again gather to show off their customized vehicles. Not that we're any less excited for this show than we were for SEMA in October, particularly because Mazda has announced...

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Mazda Readjusts Regenerative Braking Technology

You're probably familiar with the idea of regenerative breaking when it comes to hybrid models, right? Well, Mazda has decided to take it a step further and put it into some of the new Mazda models being released in 2012. Each model that features this technology, which Mazda is calling i-ELOOP, will be at least 10 percent more efficient than cars not equipped with this technology.

i-ELOOP, which stands for Intelligent Energy Loop, uses...

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Mazda Expands Production South of the Border

Due to a recent collaboration with Mazda Motor Corp. and Sumitomo Corp., Central and Southern American drivers will be finding Mexican built Mazda2  and Mazda3  models at their local dealerships. Located in Salamanca in the state of Guanajuato, the joint expansion will facilitate the growth of Mazda south of the border.

Why Salamanca? Well, according to Mazda President and CEO Takashi Yamanouchi, "Since Mazda established its sales in Mexico six years ago, we have experience...

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