According to Ward’s Auto, the Pontiac Solstice ended the year of 2006 with a total of 19,710 sales in the United States, while the Mazda MX-5 only delivered 16,897, making the Solstice America’s most popular roadster. The most important to Mazda CEO, O’Sullivan, is the fact that the total number of sales were up by 4% from last year. Although O’Sullivan admits that they could have sold more MX-5 Miatas if they wanted to, apparently capacity was an issue. As well, the more popular retractable hardtop version did not enter the market until October, with many customers not receiving the model until November. O’Sullivan concluded that the MX-5 still remains the most popular roadster in America and that one year does not mark the success or failure of a vehicle.
Mazda announced today that it will showcase the Mazda CX-7 British Stylish Concept at next year’s Tokyo Auto Salon along with the CX-7 MazdaSpeed Concept, both of which are based on the new CX-7 crossover vehicle. Mazda will also host 17 customized and tuned vehicles at the show, which will take place from January 12 to the 14th next year.
The CX-7 Bright Stylish Concept is a chrome finished CX-7 with an aerodynamic kit on throughout the exterior.
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Good morning, I’ve added and refreshed the Mazda CX-7 Adrenaline Concept photo album, so there’s now even more of this weird version of the CX-7. For the press release, you can search it within the site. It’s out there somewhere. Enjoy the wallpapers. 😆
Remember that Nagare concept that Mazda revealed at the L.A. Motor Show? Well, we’ve got a video to share with you. It is actually quite stunning in action. Check it out yourself and post some of your comments on it.
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This LA Motor Show coverage is tiring me out. So I am just going to summarize this concept with one sentence. NAGARE: (pronounced ?na-ga-reh?) Japanese for ?flow? and the embodiment of motion. Yep, you get the idea. 😆
Mazda has unveiled its new BT-50, which replaces the B-Series, pickup truck. I will also add that this was launched at the Bangkok International Motor Show. Not a very nice upgrade, I must admit, but it’s a redesign nevertheless. I’ve uploaded wallpapers and all that jazz so continue reading for the link to wallpapers and press release.
Is this the new MazdaSpeed CX-7? In bright yellow, this thing looks pretty good to me, especially the rear. But what’s up with that extra-huge front logo? Haha. Continue reading for the link to the wallpapers and a small excerpt from Mazda.
The production of the bigger brother to the CX-7 begins today in Hiroshima. The “line-off” ceremony consisted of the executives handing off an enlarged key. For more information, visit the Mazda website. And just click the link below for high-resolution images. Additional production and event images can be found below as well.
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