Where are Mazdas built?

Answer Mazda Motor Corporation primarily manufactures vehicles in its native Hiroshima and Hofu plants in Japan. Vehicles are also produced in the following nine nations: USA, China, Taiwan, Thailand, P... Read More »

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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 »

Where are Mazdas manufactured?

The Mazda Motor Corporation is located in Hiroshima, Japan. The Hiroshima location is one of the world's largest automotive plants, capable of producing 706,000 units a year. Mazda also has product... Read More »

Are Mazdas made in Japan?

Mazda was established in 1920 in Japan. The company is still headquartered in Japan. The company started selling cars to the United States in the 1970s and continues to sell on an international lev... Read More »

Are Mazdas Japanese cars?

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 »