3 Underrated Engines That Powered Classic Mazda Vehicles

Mazda began 1920 as Toyo Kogyo Co., Ltd, a manufacturer of corks. Toyo didn’t make its first vehicle until 11 years later, a three-wheeled motorbike called the Mazda-go. Founder Jujiro Matsuda named the company after Ahura Mazda, the god of Zoroastrianism who embodied harmony, intelligence, and wisdom. Looking forward to 2020, Mazda released a collection of 100th Anniversary models, each of which took design cues from the R360, Mazda’s first passenger vehicle. That kei car debuted in 1960 and is among the brand’s best

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