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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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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 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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