The Mazda Motor Corporation was established in the year 1920 in the Hiroshima area of Japan. Mazda initially started out by creating a 3 wheeled vehicle sold to the domestic market that was essentially a motorized rickshaw. You can find owner’s manuals for the modern cars that are on the road and being currently marketed on this page.
Browse by Mazda Model (11 in total)
CX-3This CX-3 is classed as a subcompact crossover SUV and entered production in 2015. It is built on the same platform as the Toyota Yaris. 2018 saw the car receive a facelift to bring it up to date with the rest of the Mazda fleet
CX-30The CX-30 is a subcompact crossover SUV that slots between the CX-3 and CX-5 in terms of size. Production of the model began in 2019 and Euro NCAP awarded the car 5 out of 5 stars for safety after crash testing it
CX-5Replacing the Tribute, the CX-5 is the company's compact crossover SUV. It shares the same platform as the Mazda3 and Mazda6 though the engine choices for this model are limited to the larger displacement options
CX-7The CX-7 was a mid-size crossover SUV built on the Ford Focus platform between the years 2006 and 2012. It was replaced by the CX-5 after sales were slow, even after a face-lift that brought new features such as blind-spot monitoring
CX-9The CX-9 is a mid-size crossover SUV that isn't sold in Japan. Underneath the original model is the chassis taken from the Ford Fusion/Edge powered by a 3.5-liter V6. In 2016 Mazda started to use the CX-3 platform for the car instead
Mazda3Replacing the C/323 model, the Mazda3 entered production in 2003 and is currently in its fourth generation. Underneath the car is the same chassis used by the larger Mazda5 MPV model
Mazda5The Mazda5 is a compact MPV that is known locally in Japan as the Premacy, introduced in 1999. The most recent version was the third generation that sported economical engines. It was discontinued in 2016 due to the success of the crossover SUV lines
Mazda6In 2002 Mazda introduced the Mazda6, a mid-size sedan known in China and Japan as the Atenza. The chassis for this car was used to create the CX-9 crossover SUV and both models are available in front or all-wheel-drive
MPVThe Mazda MPV was introduced in 1998 purely for the North American market. Features included leather seats and built-in DVD players. 2006 was the last year in which the car was on sale with the CX-9 taking over in its spot going forward
MX-5The MX-5 is a hugely successful 2-seater entry-level sports car that has sold more than any other comparable model worldwide. The most recent version of the Mazda has a self-retracting roof that folds away into the boot
TributeIntroduced in 2000, the Tribute was classed as a compact SUV. Eventually, in 2011 it was replaced by the CX-5 which wasn't built for going offroad but instead had much better fuel economy earning itself even more sales
The company had successes with its rotary engine-powered vehicles (which boast ample amounts of power and are lightweight) in the 1960s.
When a rotary (or Wankel) engine was paired up with a small pickup truck by Mazda they created a sought-after vehicle great for the mountainous Japanese terrain.
In the 1970s the Mazda Motor Corporation formed a partnership with the Ford car company that lasted until 2015, trading shares and commercial/industrial information between the 2 companies.
Over the years several models released by Mazda stood out among the rest, such as the MX-5 (the most mass-produced sports car in the world) and the RX-8 which took the rotary engine to new extremes of performance.
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