Articles about Mazda Philippines

Prettier and more potent
If we're talking crossovers, the current-generation Mazda CX-5 has long been one of the best-rounded packages in the market thanks to its good looks, premium interior, and engaging drive. And because of its form factor, you could also
We test the workhorse variant of the BT-50 range
We were suitably impressed by the Isuzu-Mazda BT-50 collab when we drove it at the Mazda Philippines HQ. But driving a truck around an empty lot and actually living with it for a few days are two totally different things.
The Mazda CX-30 looks sharp, but what exactly is the point of this crossover?
In the land of pickup-based SUVs, crossovers have an uphill battle to face. Crossovers typically do not have the ground clearance, seating capacity, or perceived robustness these truck-based vehicles have to offer. It's reflected in sales, too. Remember the
The manual will sticker for P2.25 million, the automatic for P2.3 million
Alongside the launch of the 2022 MX-5, Mazda Philippines also marked the 25th anniversary of Miata Club Philippines (MCP). In celebration of the milestone, Mazda Philippines president Steven Tan announced that an MX-5 MCP 25th Anniversary Edition will be available
The rear seat needs to be repaired
Owners of older Mazda BT-50 units are going to want to pay attention here.The Japanese car manufacturer is reminding motorists with BT-50 units produced from 2012 to 2015 to bring their vehicle in for servicing. The culprit? The latch
The roadster’s new Kinematic Posture Control tech is now available locally
Fresh off the launch of the new Mazda CX-9 last month, Mazda Philippines is now updating its lineup with yet another new model: the updated MX-5.For 2022, the Miata retains its 2.0-liter Skyactiv-G gasoline engine that
A closer look at the refreshed crossover
Mazda Philippines officially revamped its lineup to start the year by bringing in the refreshed CX-9. It brings with it the same engine (more on this later) and a similar design all wrapped in a package that's now more refined
Check out the upgrades inside
Local SUV buyers in the market for something relatively more upscale than the standard midsize model will be pleased to know that Mazda Philippines has finally brought in the new CX-9. What's more, the company is expanding its local lineup
It sure has the makings of one
After a long wait, Mazda Philippines has now launched the all-new BT-50 in our market. It lands in a segment chock-full of updated nameplates like the Toyota Hilux, Isuzu D-Max, and Nissan Navara. Is it finally ready to
Does the next-gen pickup have what it takes to compete in the local truck wars?
Mazda Philippines is ending the year with a bang. Less than a month after the launch of the mild-hybrid 3 and CX-30, the company has now unveiled the all-new Mazda BT-50.The BT-50 enters a segment loaded
The Japanese carmaker has rediscovered its truck game
Once upon a time, trucks made up a big part of Mazda's business portfolio. The brand's first product was the 1931 DA cargo trike, which spawned a successful line of cargo trucks that culminated in the gigantic 1971-1974 T-
Looks like we don’t have to wait too long to find out
Well, Mazda Philippines isn't about to end the year quietly. Only a couple of weeks ago, the carmaker announced mild-hybrid versions of the 3 and the CX-30 as well updates for the 2 and the CX-3, but if
The two come with P1.695 million and P1.99 million price tags, respectively
Mazda Philippines dropped a big announcement today as it revamps its roster with the 2022 Mazda Premium Collection. The revised lineup now features four new offerings: mild-hybrid versions of the 3 and the CX-30, and the refreshed 2 and the
The hatch stickers for P1.195 million, while the crossover for P1.49 million
We've already run through the new hybrid offerings in Mazda Philippines' lineup, so it's time to get the lowdown on the gasoline-powered models that just received new faces.First up is the updated Mazda CX-3. This new crossover
Education is priceless
Mazda Philippines isn't letting COVID-19 put a stop to its partnership with the MFI Polytechnic Institute.In a statement, the Japanese car manufacturer's local distributor Bermaz Auto Philippines (BAP) said it will push through with its BAP Mazda-MFI
A 50% discount on all available BK-series Mazda 3 parts will also be available
Pleasant news for owners of first-gen Mazda 3 units: Mazda Philippines will be replacing the steering-wheel emblems of your cars for free through its new special service campaign.The first-gen 3-also called the BK-series-was produced between
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