The 2016 Scion iA is the first sedan in the brand's 12-year history, and despite the badge, is really the next generation Mazda 2 with a different face.
The iA is part of a new joint venture between Scion's parent company, Toyota, and Mazda. Mazda builds the iA in its new
Toyota and Mazda announced today that they are entering into a long-term partnership that will go “beyond cooperation.”
Although neither company has released specific details about the partnership, they said in a press release that the partnership will “create a whole new set of values for cars through wide-ranging medium to
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The next generation Mazda2 will get the new, 1.5-liter SKYACTIVE-D (diesel). It should make 77 kW at 4,000 rpm (about 103 horsepower) and 250 N-m (over 184 lbs-feet of torque) from 1,500 to 2,000 rpm. Did you see that torque number? The big question is: will this diesel-powered Mazda2 make
Toyota is set to borrow from Mazda by incorporating its fuel-efficient SkyActiv engine into its newest sub-compact offering. The Mazda2-based vehicle is set to be built at Mazda's new assembly plant in Salamanca, Mexico.
Mazda has yet to unveil details about the next generation of its Mazda2 which was hinted at
Geneva: Fans of Mazda's lauded KODO 'Soul of Motion' design language are carefully examining the Mazda Hazumi Concept as it may dictate the styling for the next Mazda2. Mazda stated that the design of the Mazda Hazumi Concept gives viewers a glimpse of Mazda's next B-segment vehicle which the
I am delighted to see the 2014 Mitsubishi Mirage make an appearance at the 2013 New York International Auto Show and so are you. Mitsubishi managed to defy a harsh market and stay in business with a nearly empty (new) product portfolio in the United States. As I reported in
Reality check: most of us 'Mericans can't afford über cool vehicles. The cheapest cars sold here tend to be boring and uninspiring. Simply put, most cheap cars suck when it comes to fun. There are a few vehicles with a base price under $17,000 that don't suck. You might be surprised to