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Mazda Deep Orange 3 Concept Utilizes Hybrid Tech In A Different Way

August 9th, 2013 | by Christopher DeMorro

Despite being skeptical of hybrid technology at first, major automakers are really starting to dig into the potential of dual-drivetrain vehicles. While Mazda still doesn’t sell a hybrid vehicle, it has joined forces with Clemson University to build the Deep Orange 3 concept car. What makes this concept so cool is its ability to switch between front, rear, and all-wheel drive

2013 Mazda2: The One-Sentence Review

June 20th, 2013 | by Christopher DeMorro

Cars can be an exercise in minimalism, and the 2013 Mazda2 hatchback is one of the most minimalist of all. But if a fuel-efficient, no-frills ride is what you’re after, the Mazda2 fits the bill in many ways and more. Read on to find out why

Chicago 2013 – Mazda 6 Diesel SkyActiv Racer

February 11th, 2013 | by Jo Borrás

Mazda's SkyActive technology program has been batting .1000 since its inception, giving us better cars, kickass commercials, and one of the sexiest endurance race cars to come out of anywhere since anytime. The fact that the new Mazda 6 diesel racer is dead-sexy AND has 4-doors (getting it the coveted "A-OK" from the wifey) is almost too much to process

Video: This Is The Mazda Diesel Race Car

December 3rd, 2012 | by Christopher DeMorro

Modern turbodiesel engines are all the rave in Europe and the rest of the world, but these engines are only just starting to catch on in America. The new Mazda SkyActiv-D diesel engine is coming to U.S. shores next year, and to drum up excitement, Mazda is taking their little diesel to the race track

Mazda6 Diesel Could Offer 60 MPG, If They Sell It In US

September 28th, 2012 | by Christopher DeMorro

When I first laid eyes on the Mazda6 wagon diesel, me (and most of the auto blogging world) were smitten with the looks, the options, and the infinite possibilities. Now that the Mazda6 diesel has made its official Paris Auto Show debut, we are getting some new details, including fuel economy figures that could be as high as 60 mpg on the U.S. standard.

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