Comments - Mazda & Toyota Team Up for US Hatchback

Published: Nov 14, 2012
Description: This was not exactly a partnership we expected to hear, but we're pleased to see Mazda getting the help it needs. The Zoom-Zoom brand has definitely had its share of ups and downs over the last f...
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Al Tungupon Nov 22, 2012
The 86 roadster may well be rebadged as the next Miata.
Wyatt Ortega Nov 14, 2012
Thanks to ford Mazda is successful
Ray Liu Nov 14, 2012
Yeah rumor has it Toyota is buying Aston martin?
Paul Dickey Nov 14, 2012
Man Toyota sleeps around a lot.
Mike Carbaugh Nov 14, 2012
It's a toyazda
Tesha Ellis Feb 16, 2014
Always the white people doin this dumb stuff. Has anyone heard of him in awhile didn't think so.
Tesha Ellis Feb 16, 2014
Escalade and qx56
Al Tungupon Nov 22, 2012
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Al Tungupon Nov 22, 2012
It's a gorgeous thing, miles better than the Hyundai Genesis, but the latter drove the correct pair of wheels. The last Eclipse is just a big FWD coupé. Two-doors are supposed to be sports cars, so it should have been either RWD or 4WD. Sadly, it just went the way of the Solara and Monte Carlo.
Al Tungupon Nov 22, 2012
Instead of being developed as an Evo coupé, the Eclipse only grew bigger and heavier to become much like a two-door Galant. The second generation was the best, with 4WD and turbo engines to boot.
Al Tungupon Nov 22, 2012
This angry little thing needs Ralliart/Evo running gear. It would probably give the X1 and Q3 a run for their money.
Al Tungupon Nov 22, 2012
It already looks the part in becoming a small hot hatch. May Mazda finally give the Yaris some soul.
Description: The two Japanese automakers have just announced a partnership agreement that will see Mazda build a new subcompact economy car for Toyota based on its Mazda2 specifically for the North American market...
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Description: Toyota will be able to strengthen its North American lineup while saving money at the same time. The move strikes us as an odd one given Mazda's recent withdrawal of the 2 from the North American...
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