Racing scenes inspire Mazda's top designerMay 22
Why tiny Mazda rules amateur racingMay 21
AutoNews Now: Decline of the midsize sedanOct. 11, 2016
Touring the N.Y. show ... with attitudeMarch 28, 2016
Reporters Nick Bunkley and Mike Colias were on the floor of the New York auto show last week, issuing snap judgments on the hardware faster than Dutch Mandel at Detroit Autorama. Here's a bit of their back-and-forth.
Wagging tongues: Mazda's MX-5 RF and what people thinkMarch 26, 2016
First Shift: Lincoln's 'elegant' Navigator conceptMarch 23, 2016
Fiat, Mazda clone a Miata to bring the Fiat 124 Spider back to lifeNov. 18, 2015
FCA has taken a donor car with an excellent pedigree -- the MX-5 Mazda Miata -- and grafted onto it a Fiat 1.4-liter turbocharged I-4 engine and styling to make it look like a proper descendent of the original Pininfarina-designed Fiat 124.
Spider 'ain't a badge exercise'Nov. 21, 2015
The task seemed simple: Re-create the most popular Fiat ever sold in the U.S. for the 21st century. The reality, it turned out, was a little more complicated than typing “Miata” into Google Translate and choosing “Italian.”
Mazda rolls out store redesignAug. 31, 2015
A suburban Seattle store is the first store to adopt Mazda's first new dealership design in 12 years, a black-and-white motif called Retail Evolution. Mazda expects to finish six stores by the end of 2015 and break ground on five more, with roughly 75 projects to follow in 2016.
Doesn't a Miata price frenzy come standard?Aug. 31, 2015
There's general agreement among the automotive cognoscenti that the redesigned, lightweight 2016 Mazda MX-5 Miata is the best model in the iconic roadster's 26-year history. But that isn't translating into a price-ballooning frenzy.
Meet Mazda's master of driving feelAug. 24, 2015
Each MX-5 Miata now arriving in U.S. showrooms reflects the tastes of Dave Coleman, a 43-year-old engineer at Mazda's r&d center in Southern California who has become the official arbiter of how a U.S. Mazda should drive.