There are nice cars out there that won’t break the bank. Some people think nice cars are only for those who can afford them, but this is not true. There are many nice cars on the market that cost under $30,000 and they will still give you a nice ride!
If you know how an automobile engine actually works, you will come to appreciate the Rotary engine aka Wankel engine. While it is not the most efficient, we can’t deny that it yields the best liter-power ratio.
The Mazda MX-5 is arguably the most iconic roadster of our time. However, it was never a top performer by any means. Thankfully, the market is not lacking of aftermarket solutions to up the performance. If you reside in the U.K., BBR MX-5 NC 2020 Super 225 is one such solution from BBR GTi.
Mazda MX-5 is no pocket rocket, but you cannot deny it is the one roadster that managed to look good through the generations thus far. For those looking to get into roadster-ing, MX-5 is a good starting point.
January 30, 2020 marked the 100th years of Mazda. Like fellow automaker, Toyota, Mazda did not start out as an automobile manufacturer. It was a maker of artificial cork and it wasn’t known as Mazda 100 years ago.
If weren’t for YouTube’s god-knows-how-the-heck-it-worked algorithms, I wouldn’t have discovered this wonderful gem, a custom ride by YouTuber Gingium, albeit it being more than a year late (it was a 2018 video, btw).
Rickmobile was an impressive creation that is still touring cities to this day, but as cool as it is, you can’t get behind the wheel of one. I’ll say, forget about the alcoholic version of Doc Brown and look to his naive, easily manipulated grandson because, he has a car too. Yes, really. There’s Mortymobile …
Last week, Mazda Motor Corporation took the wrap of its first electric vehicle, a crossover (or is it a SUV?) called Mazda MX-30. Naturally, it is a big deal for Mazda. And we talking about over 7,000 words kind of big deal. The press release is lengthy that it begs for a TL;DR.
It is sad that RX-7, one of the motoring icon of the 80/90s, is gone forever. RX8 was a failed attempt carry the torch left behind by FC/FC series. Luckily, Mazda Miata, AKA MX-5, managed to weather the market to live on till today. The iconic roadster from Mazda managed to continue to live to …
Finally, Mazda is getting into the electric vehicle bandwagon… in 2020. The Hiroshima headquartered automaker will launch its first EVs in 2020 as part of the company’s ’Sustainable Zoom-Zoom 2030’ long-term technology development program. Well, I guess it’s better late than never, right? Anyways, this is not an automobile blog and usually, this kind of …