Ten fun facts about Mazda


Fact 1
Mazda is headquartered in Fuchu, Aki District in Hiroshima, Japan and it primarily manufactures compact automobiles.

Fact 2
Takashi Yamanouchi is the Chairman, President, Chief Executive Officer as well as the representative Director.

Fact 3
The bulk of its cars are manufactured in its Japanese factories, while there is some production in other global plants too.

Fact 4
The year 2007 saw Mazda producing around 1.3 million vehicles that were intended for worldwide sale.

Fact 5
Mazda’s name is derived from its founder Jujiro Matsuda’s and it also is salute to the Ahura Mazda, the Iranian-Zoroastrian God of wisdom.

Fact 6
Mazda introduced itself to the United States in the year 1970 and it enjoyed immense success there, so much so that it started developing models exclusively for the American market.

Fact 7
Mazda and ford have been in a very fruitful partnership from the year 1979 all the way up to 2010; Ford reduced has its stock to 3% presently.

Fact 8
The current Mazda symbol that has been established since 1997 is meant to symbolize the company’s vision to expand its wings for the future.

Fact 9
Mazda is also an important sponsor to many pro sports teams like the North Melbourne Football Club from Australia and the ACF Fiorentina.

Fact 10
Mazda’s Wankel rotary engine which began development in the 1960s was responsible for much of the company’s motorsport success.


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Is an automobile manufacturer from Japan and also the fifteenth largest car maker in the world, in terms of production value.

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