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Mazda was formed in Japan during the year 1920 as a manufacturer of cork.


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2

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3

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6

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CX-3

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CX-30

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CX-5

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CX-7

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CX-9

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MX-30

On the Mazda MX-30 towing capacity page you can find all of the trims we store for that particular car.

About Mazda

Initially the company was known as Toyo Cork Kogyo Co because of what it sold and it didn’t formally adopt the name Mazda until the 1980s.

They had previously used the name Mazda for a line of 3-wheel motorcycles as far back as 1931.

During the years that the company has been in existence, it has products a vast range of products which also included rifles.

It first entered the world of automotive manufacturing during the 1960s with its first line the R360.

This car was a small four-seater with a 356cc engine up front which was also offered in a pickup truck style also.

To set itself apart from the market Mazda embraced the Wankel engine in partnership with German automaker NSU.

These engines would give Mazda the exciting sporty feel that would attract a new breed of buyers to the brand the world over.

In the mid-1970s the company formed a strategic partnership with motoring behemoth Ford to share technology.

This led to a range of new Mazda models using Ford tech as well as new Ford models using Mazda tech too.

In 2011 that partnership was dropped for four years until Toyota took their place moving forward.

  • Models: 9