Are Mazdas Japanese cars?

Answer Mazda is a Japanese automaker. Some of its vehicles, such as the Mazda 6, Tribute and B-Series truck, are manufactured in North America in a partnership with Ford Motor Co. Others, such as the MX-5... Read More »

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How to Buy Used Japanese Cars?

Buying a car can be an exciting but scary experience whether the car is new or used, foreign or domestic. Used cars have the benefit of a lower price because much of the depreciation has already oc... Read More »

Top Japanese Sports Cars?

The top Japanese sports cars, according to "Car and Driver" magazine online, offer drivers comfort and style combined with the performance of more established sports cars. From Mitsubishi to Mazda,... Read More »

Are Japanese car makers building cars in the United States unionized?

Japanese car makers building cars in the U.S. are not unionized. This has given them a significant cost advantage over American car makers, who have historically paid for generous employee benefits... Read More »

Who makes Mazdas?

Mazda is a automobile manufacturer located in Japan. In 1931 the Toyo Cork Kogyo Company of Hiroshima, Japan named a truck Mazda, which is the Zoroastrian god of good and light. In the 1980s the co... Read More »