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There is nothing in the Mazda MX-5’s background that suggests it was built for endurance racing.
Whenever Mazda puts up a show at the Manila International Auto Show (MIAS), there’s always something great to look forward to. This year, visitors and car enthusiasts are looking forward to catching the all-new line up of its CX-5, MX-5 RF hardtop variant and the premium 7-seater CX-9. Bermaz Auto Philippines, Inc., the country’s exclusive […]
Mazda Motor Corporation started production of the Mazda MX-5 RF retractable hardtop (known as Roadster RF in Japan) yesterday at Ujina Plant No.1 near its global headquarters in Hiroshima. Production began with models bound for North American and European markets where sales launches begin from early 2017. In Japan, the MX-5 RF will go on […]
Since it was introduced 25 years ago, the Mazda MX-5 or the “Miata” has offered a fun, engaging driving experience that can only be achieved through weight reduction as well as cutting-edge engine performance technology. While other sports cars have slowly grown in size, acquired bigger and more powerful engines, and even increased the space […]
Mazda Motor Corporation today celebrated the unveiling of the fourth generation Mazda MX-5 (known as Roadster in Japan) together with fans at events held simultaneously in Japan, USA and Spain. The all-new MX-5, which adopts both Skyactiv technology and Mazda’s Kodo-Soul of Motion design language, will be rolled out to global markets starting in 2015. […]
Don’t be taken in by appearances. There may not have been lavish song-and-dance numbers, flashy celebrities, nor scene-stealing VIPs and blinding fireworks. But with simple gestures and sincere words, the brilliance of the day’s event all happened in the heart.
To celebrate the iconic Mazda MX-5’s 25th anniversary, a special 25th anniversary edition was recently announced at New York International Auto Show to be made available worldwide. Of the approximately 1,000 units to be produced, Mazda Philippines has been allocated a maximum of 25 limited edition units built and imported from Japan.