List of Mazda vehicles

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This is a list of Mazda automobile models. Most Mazda vehicles have a different name for the Japan home market than is used in the rest of the world. Both names are included below, though the (often more consistent) Japanese names are often primary.

Mazda has used a number of different marques in the Japan market, including Autozam, Eunos, and Efini, although they have been phased out. In the early 1990s Mazda almost created a luxury marque, Amati, to challenge Acura, Infiniti, and Lexus in North America, but this never happened, leaving the near-luxury Millenia to the Mazda brand.

Many Mazda vehicles have been rebadged and sold as Fords. Most are noted in the pages of individual vehicles.

Current sports models of Mazda's regular vehicles go by the Mazdaspeed name. Mazdaspeed is Mazda's in-house race and street car tuning arm and is highly involved in both amateur and professional motorsports.

Current concept cars

  • Current Mazda concept cars

Current lineup

This is the 2006 Mazda automobile lineup across all markets.

  • Carol — keicar (badge engineered Suzuki Alto)
  • Spiano — keicar (badge engineered Suzuki Alto Lapin)
  • Scrum — keicar minivan and commercial van (badge engineered Suzuki Carry and Suzuki Every)
  • AZ-Wagon — keicar minivan (badge engineered Suzuki Wagon R)
  • AZ-Offroad — keicar SUV (badge engineered Suzuki Jimny)
  • Mazda2/Demio — Supermini car
  • Mazda Verisa — Supermini car
  • Mazda3/Axela — Compact car
  • Mazda5/Premacy — Compact MPV
  • Mazda6/Atenza — Family sedan and station wagon
  • Mazda8/MPV — Large MPV
  • MX-5/Roadster — sports convertible
  • RX-8 — 2+2 sports coupé
  • CX-7 — compact crossover SUV
  • Tribute — SUV
  • B-Series — compact pickup truck
  • Bongo — Commercial van
  • Bongo Brawny/E-Series — Commercial van
  • BT-50 — 1-ton pickup truck

Historical lineup

Models sold currently in the U.S.

Other Mazda marques

Amati (Never launched)





See also