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Brodie Britain Racing Packs more Punch in MX-5 Miata

Are you a fan of the Mazda MX-5 Miata. If so, Twin City Mazda is about to release some information that is going to have you thrilled. A British tuning group has just released the ultimate performance package for the MX-5 Miata. They've taken the already loved two-seat roadster and made it into something that is going to be catching everybody's attention.

The ingenious gear gurus at Brodie Britain Racing (BBR) have been…

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NFL Athlete Shows Soft Spot for His 1991 Mazda

Upon hearing that an NFL player drives a Mazda vehicle one would assume it's got to be a shiny new MX-5 Miata or maybe even a turbocharged, tricked out MAZDASPEED3. However, that is not exactly the case. Alfred Morris, starting running back for the Washington Redskins and rising professional football star, rolls into the stadium in a 1991 Mazda 626 sedan.

Anyone out there a little shocked? Twin City Mazda certainly was. While we certainly have a bias towards Mazda autos, even we were a bit surprised to find that the talented athlete isn't cruising around in something…

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Putin On Hand to Open Russian Mazda Factory

You know the arrival of a foreign automaker is fairly significant when the president shows up to great it. Such is exactly the scene that recently played out in Russia where Mazda just inaugurated its first manufacturing plant. The country's leader, Vladimir Putin, took time out of his schedule to attend the enthused gathering.

Built as a collaborative effort with Sollers OJSC, the Vladivostok-based Mazda plant will start churning out the venerable Mazda CX-5…

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The First 2014 Mazda6 Rolls off the Line in Japan

It has been a busy and exciting summer for Mazda thus far: they just finished the first Mazda6 with much celebration at their Hofu, Japan plant  in early August.  They next will head to Moscow and Paris for an exciting global debut.  However when we first laid our eyes on the Mazda6, it was not at all what we were ready for.

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New Mazda EV Set for Release in Japan

As governments tighten restrictions on fuel-economy, and climate change concerns continue to grow, it is only to be expected car manufacturers would all begin producing all electric vehicles or hybrids.  The Prius with its 51 miles per gallon fuel economy has been an innovator in its class - but Mazda is about to drop their hat into the ring and steal some of the spotlight.

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Mazda Debuts Updated 2013 MX-5 Miata in Japan

Recently, auto brand Mazda debuted a refreshed version of its MX-5 Miata in Japan, where it is known as the Mazda Roadster. And though the vehicle hasn't been officially announced for the U.S. market, there's a good chance we could be seeing a very similar version in the future.

The 2013 Mazda MX-5 Miata doesn't include huge edits, but it does have several minor ones to hold it over until its…

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Mazda Ends 45-Year Production Run of Rotary Engine

Mazda has officially built its last rotary engine on Friday, June 22, after 45 years. We knew this day was coming, but it's still not easy to say goodbye.

The reason behind this decision was a matter of the engine's cons outweighing its pros. The pros, that a true Mazda enthusiast will tell you, are extreme power and feather-inspired, light weight.

These days, heart-racing power and a super lightweight design aren't enough…

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The Mazda MX-5 Miata Wins Yet Another Award

Since the Mazda MX-5 Miata first hit the streets of places like Knoxville over 30 years ago, it has been nothing short of one very impressive roadster.  For example, Car and Driver has put it on their list of 10Best Cars for 13 years - 2012 marks the 7th year in a row the Miata has made the list. On top of being one of the world's most consistently popular two-seat roadsters, it's also…

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