Who Owns Mazda?
The Mazda Motor Corporation is a Japanese car manufacturer. From 1974 to 2015 Mazda had a partnership with Ford, who have since sold back their remaining shares.
Who Makes Mazda Cars?
The Mazda Motor Corporation have been producing cars with the Mazda badge since 1960.
Where is Mazda From?
Mazda’s headquarters are in Fuchū, Aki District, Hiroshima Prefecture, Japan.
Where are Mazda Cars Made?
The majority of Mazda’s production takes place in Japan, with the remainder coming from plants located globally.
When was Mazda Founded?
Mazda originally began as the Toyo Cork Kogyo Co., Ltd, and was founded in 1920 in Hiroshima, Japan. The name Mazda was formally adopted in 1984, though every car ever sold before this had been called a Mazda.
What are the most popular used Mazda cars?
Mazda 2 - Although the Mazda 2 might not be the first name you think of when considering the small car market, it should be on your radar. A used Mazda 2 is a spacious, stylish, and responsive supermini at an affordable price. A new Mazda 2 can cost around £16,000, but our trusted UK dealers could provide you a used one for much less than that.
Mazda 3 - The Mazda 3 is now enjoying its fourth regeneration and has never looked in better shape. Sleek, edgy, packed with the sort of driver-friendly tech demanded these days and with echoes of the Alfa Guilietta, the quirky Mazda 3 has been on something of a journey since its 2003 inception. Mazda 3 models from the second generation onwards, from our trusted used car dealer network might cost you less than £2,000.
Mazda MX-5 - The Mazda MX-5 singlehandedly reinvented the 2-seater roadster genre back in the late 1980s, and has set the bar sky high ever since. For anyone looking for a thoroughly engaging old-school driving experience, then the world's best-selling roadster is the thoroughly modern sports car for you. You might be able to own a used Mazda MX-5 which has captured the imagination of generations of drivers, for under £5,000 with findandfundmycar.com.