Articles about Japan Car Of The Year

It beat the BMW 5-Series and Toyota Camry
Each year, we report the results of the Japan Car of the Year (COTY) for good reason. Most of our cars originated from Japan, its automotive market and car culture is huge, and impressing the tech-savvy Japanese people is no small
Mazda MX-5 is Car of the Year
A popular car back in the '60s, the two-seat, open-top roadster came back to the fray in the form of the Mazda MX-5, aka the Miata. The formula was simple: a lightweight, front-engine, rear-wheel-drive sports car
Mazda's 5th award overall
Production of the all-new Mazda 2 only began in July at the carmaker's Hofu plant in Japan, but apparently, the short time it has been on sale is enough for the subcompact hatchback to be recognized by the Japan Car
1st time for non-Japanese car to win award
Last Thursday, November 21, a Japanese friend of mine from Honda Motor Company told me: \"The Japan Car of the Year will be announced on Saturday.\"\"Which car do you think will win?\" I asked her.\"The Volkswagen Golf will win,\" she
Beats Toyota 86 and Subaru BRZ
If you think the Toyota 86 and its twin Subaru BRZ are the best cars of 2012, Japanese automotive journalists believe you're wrong. The motoring writers from the Land of the Rising Sun think the Mazda CX-5 is the best
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