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The dust has settled on the 2018 Los Angeles Auto Show, and we’re dying to take some hit reveals from the show and pit them against simultaneous debuts from the same segment.
We’re not going to lie: the annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES) makes our jobs a little easier this time of year.
California air quality regulators voted on Friday to require that transit buses have zero emissions beginning in 2029, another step by the liberal-leaning state that sets it apart from the environmental policies of the Trump administration.
If you have dogs or grew up with dogs, chances are you've encountered at least one that gets really skittish around loud booms from thunder or fireworks.
Just over a month ago, Mazda and Toyota began building a new joint-venture $1.6 billion production plant in Huntsville, Alabama, where the all-new 2020 Toyota Corolla and asy-yet-unnamed (and unannounced) Mazda crossover will be built.
Does the drive toward autonomy that global OEMs andsuppliers are supporting through research, development, testing, prototypingand cubic volumes of investment have a market demand?
Mazda is making a soft case for the hardtop on its Miata.
The CX-5 is everything to Mazda these days.
You’re forgiven if you’re sick of hearing about snow tires this time of year.
Mazda’s CX-9 might be the midsize crossover choice for drivers, but the automaker isn’t letting that three-row stone gather moss.
Mazda has revealed it will launch its first battery electric vehicle in 2020, which will arrive alongside a range-extended version using a rotary engine.
Here’s the cold, hard truth: December in Canada kind of sucks.
Carmakers are rolling over on combustion engines at a rapid clip: You won't hear them crowing about their latest combustion technology nearly as much as their latest way to use a battery and an electric motor.
We all know that the mass automotive consumer is more concerned about Apple Car Play and saving a few bucks, rather than a car’s lap time around the Nurburgring or how many lateral G-forces it can pull without breaking traction.
What is it? Arguably one of the more stylish and fun compact cars out there, the Mazda3 enters its fourth generation packing some trick power trains, all-wheel drive and concept-car styling —almost as though Mazda took the Kai concept and simply added street-legal lighting and smaller wheels.
We just about covered it all here when it comes to winter tires.
These days, buying an affordable car doesn't mean you have to drive something whose reflection you'd rather not see when passing a wall of glass.
Hyundai officially debuted its 2019 Elantra GT N Line for the Canadian market mid-December, ahead of introducing even more performance-tuned N Line models for hot-hatch fans here next year.