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By opting for a used Mazda, you’ll discover Japanese automotive technology. The Japanese manufacturer has its own technology, which sets it apart from the competition. When we talk about Mazda or used Mazda, we immediately think of the RX-8, one of the few models to be powered by a rotary engine. Positioned slightly behind the other two Japanese giants Toyota and Nissan, Mazda offers good quality and affordable vehicles. With a used Mazda, the driving experience is simple but rewarding. The sensations are realistic and the offer several different models. The diversity of this Japanese manufacturer is very versatile. There’s a used Mazda for each style of driving. Browse through our inventory and leave with the used Mazda of your choice.

Why choosing a Mazda - About Mazda

While the quality and value of Mazda vehicles speak for themselves, a closer look at Mazda as a corporation reveals a global commitment to serving as responsible corporate citizens.

In 1992, Mazda Motor Corporation adopted the "Mazda Global Environmental Charter." Since that time, Mazda has been dedicated to furthering its commitment to the environment in order to achieve greater harmony among cars, society, and nature.

These actions include: zero landfill measure, fuel efficiency improvement, and reduction of emissions. Mazda has also pioneered research into alternative fuel sources like compressed natural gas, hydrogen and electricity, while eliminating the production of CFCs and the use of asbestos in the manufacture of cars. Read more

The Sky's The Limit

Introduced last year, we're now starting to see Mazda's Skyactiv technology integrated into new models. Despite the name which sounds like an infotainment system, its a much bigger, and more important project. It's creating a whole new segment of super fuel efficient gasoline powered cars. Mazda says that the name is representative of their feeling that "the sky's the limit". Skyactiv is Mazda's name for their new approach to improved fuel efficiency, engine output, road handling and packaging by combining all new engines and transmissions with a simple and light body structure. Last year the manufacturer introduced it's new CX-5, the first vehicle to use the new technology. Since then, the company has implemented Skyactiv into other models, including the 2014 Mazda6. Previously not a big seller in Canada, the Mazda6 has been dramatically improved enough that it's a worthy challenger to the Toyota Camry and Honda Accord.

The Ten Best Interiors, As Determined By WardsAuto

The editors of American magazine WardsAuto have been determining the top ten best engines in automotive production for the past twenty years. A little less known about them is that they have also been choosing the ten best interiors too. Based on factors such as quality of materials, ergonomics, comfort, safety, value, fit & finish and overall design, Wards has been compiling this list for three years now. Points were also awarded for the user-friendliness of a car's machine-human interface, as well as the ability to integrate mobile phones and access information. This year the magazine evaluated 46 vehicles with all new or significantly upgraded interiors. In the past, a car's interior was often considered to be an easy mark for auto manufacturers looking to trim manufacturing costs. More recently though, automakers are beginning to understand that drivers spend much more time looking at their car's interior, than the outside.

SKYACTIV Technology: What Is It?

Mazda is relying heavily on it's SKYACTIV technology. We've all seen the advertisements boasting of it's benefits. But what exactly is SKYACTIV? Without going into too many technical details, we will try to demystify this huge undertaking that reinvents everything we thought we knew about cars. Several manufacturers are making considerable efforts to develop hybrid or electric cars to meet the upcoming CAFE requirements. Mazda is as well, but according to forecasts, 12 percent of all cars in North America and 23 percent of those in Europe will continue to be powered by a conventional engine in the year 2020. This means that the majority of people will be driving vehicles that are equipped with an internal combustion engine, not hybrid or electric.

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