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Just in time for Father’s Day week this June, Mazda Philippines recently announced the arrival of its new 2018-model year MX-5 sports roadster variants. Aside from a host of dynamic improvements and upgraded safety features, the 2018 MX-5 Soft Top line has a limited edition Dark Cherry fabric soft top canopy which comes exclusively with […]
The year 2017 proved to be the best year yet for Bermaz Auto Philippines, the sole authorized and exclusive importer of Mazda vehicles in the country, with an amazing 5,244 units sold, a record increase of 28 percent, far surpassing the industry standard’s growth of between 5 percent to 10 percent.
Last Nov. 23 to 26, Mazda Philippines opened its doors to the public to allow them to feel and experience what Mazda, specifically Jinba Ittai, is all about.
The Mazda6 is the most technologically advanced car in its class, and one of the best-looking cars in any category. The midsize car is a showcase for the brand’s Kodo-Soul of Motion styling and SkyActiv fuel-efficiency technology. Mazda Philippines is now releasing an update of the Mazda6, including a stunning new wagon. Styling. The Mazda6 […]
Mazda Philippines will elevate the excitement at the 2015 Manila International Auto Show (MIAS) with the unveiling of a new lineup of Mazda vehicles within the largest Mazda booth ever in the Philippines. Spread over a floor space covering 1,000 square meters, nearly all 11 vehicles on display are all-new or upgraded for 2015. […]
With the 355 units sold in September combining with the 607 units sold in July and September, Mazda Philippines—under the management of Berjaya Auto Philippines (BAP)—recently announced that it achieved its best sales quarter, a record for the Japanese automotive brand here in the country.
Mazda Philippines recently celebrated its best-ever quarter with unprecedented sales figures since Berjaya Automotive took over the reins of Mazda in the country. With amazing vehicles such as the Mazda 6 executive sedan, the CX-5 compact SUV, and now the B-segment buster Mazda 3, it’s hard not to see why Mazda is now finally a mainstream contender for our pockets and garage spaces.
Mazda Philippines, under the stewardship of Berjaya Auto Philippines Inc., reported a 58-percent jump in sales in the first half of 2014 compared to the same period last year.
The Mazda brand reported a 60 percent jump in full year 2013 sales compared to 2012 in its first year of operation under the management of Berjaya Auto Philippines Inc. (BAP).
Mazda Philippines’ third-quarter sales performance, under the stewardship of Berjaya Auto Philippines Inc. (BAP) is “zooming” ahead. Mazda’s sales performance in the third quarter grew by 64 percent compared to the same period last year. Year-to-date September sales result is 41 percent better than last year’s, with improvement coming from across the vehicle portfolio, particularly Mazda2 subcompact sedan and hatchback, Mazda3 compact sedan and hatchback, newly launched Mazda6 executive sedan, CX5 compact crossover and BT50 pickup.