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Those brackets are made by a Mexican subsidiary of a trusted Japanese supplier. But they are plated by a wholly unknown local supplier further down the chain.
If winning the long game means admitting defeat on minor points, then Toyota seems prepared to maintain its top position in the auto industry for years to come.
Mazda is previewing the looks of an all-new B-segment car that features the new design language used on the current 3, 6 and CX-5.
The Miata-make that the MX-5 Miata as it is officially called- turns 25 this year , and while the big birthday celebration is yet to come, Mazda's Geneva auto show stand provided a low-key reminder of the upcoming anniversary with a trio of cars loosely representing the roadster's three generations.
We've previously reported that Mazda will begin assembling a Toyota-branded subcompact based on the Mazda2, but now we know a bit more about that plan.
When the fourth-generation Mazda Miata goes on sale next year, the two-seat roadster will be more "edgy" than the current car and will appeal to "a lot of younger guys," according to Peter Birtwhistle, Mazda chief designer, at the Geneva auto show.
Honeywell announced today that the European Commission's top scientific and technical body has concluded that Honeywell's new low-global-warming-potential mobile air conditioning refrigerant, HFO-1234yf, is safe for use in automobiles, marking the final word in a thorough and inclusive evaluation process.
Mazda's new assembly plant in Salamanca, Mexico, will allocate about 50,000 vehicles for Toyota from its full annual capacity of 230,000 units.
Next to the scorching-hot customer-ready metal that debuted in Geneva, the show's concept cars needed to work harder than usual to grab eyeballs.
You won't find any supercars or massive electric limousines on the Mazda stand at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show.
So after years of grousing and bitching about my existing car, I am determined to make a change this year FOR SURE.
The Geneva motor show is filled with cars that will never feel the burn of U.S. asphalt.
Sooner or later, it was bound to happen. Upon returning from judging the most recent JCCS for the past four years, I made the decision to no longer be among those drooling spectators who ogle over pristine old-school cars at the shows, and began looking for a classic ride to call my own.
Registrations of new Dacia cars in Germany went up by 21.7 percent over the first couple of months of the year to 7,448 units, about four times faster than the German market, which reported a 5.7 percent advance to 415,345 cars.