0 Like 0 Dislike
In today’s Autogefühl's episode, we present you the recent iteration of the Mazda6. As always we cover exterior, interior, engines and driving experience. Related videos ►See more Autogefühl Mazda reviews: https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=autogefuehl+mazda ►FULL REVIEWS 2018 Q2 https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLZqvo5rXklBui522Gi3_2HVmBgWUZvltc ►FULL REVIEWS 2018 Q1 https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLZqvo5rXklBtj714H-oconP9Bjn1HfI1l How to support Autogefühl? ►Subscribe and/or bookmark our direct channel: http://www.autogefuehl.com ►Support us on Patreon: http://www.patreon.com/autogefuehl ►Exclusive supporter: Ajlan Saeed What is Thomas wearing? ► Noah shoes https://www.noah-shop.com/ Autogefühl viewers get a 17 % shoe discount with the following code: Autogefuehl-17 ► Alpina watches https://www.alpinawatches.com?rfsn=692489.54bbe ► Startimer Pilot Big Date, Seastrong Diver 300 Big Date, Startimer Pilot Automatic, Startimer Pilot GMT quartz(wristlets in Metal, Rubber and Synthetic are offered) Social Media & Blog ►Facebook: http://facebook.de/autogefuehl ►Twitter: https://twitter.com/autogefuehl ►Instagram: https://instagram.com/autogefuehl/ ►German Blog: http://autogefuehl.de Autogefühl is your no. 1 resource for in-depth car reviews and your no. 1 community to discuss cars.” Each year we present you 150 cars from every segment and from a wide range of brands. If you have any suggestion, just write a comment or contact us on our other socials. Even if you have further remarks, just let us know.
Mazda celebrates 50 million vehicles made in Japan Mazda Motor Corporation has announced that cumulative production in Japan reached 50 million units on May 15. The company held a commemorative ceremony today at its Hofu Plant in Yamaguchi prefecture. Representative Director, President and CEO Masamichi Kogai, executive officers and union representatives were in attendance. The 50 million-unit milestone was achieved 86 years and seven months after Mazda produced its first three-wheeled truck in October 1931. “Mazda began making cars 86 years ago, and now we’ve reached 50 million units of production in Japan. Even making 1 million cars a year, it would take 50 years to reach this milestone, showing just how long Mazda’s history is,” said Kogai at the ceremony. “Moving forward, Mazda will continue to build a strong brand through a variety of initiatives. Our plants in Hofu and Hiroshima will continue to evolve and act as parent factories, rapidly deploying their technologies and skills to our overseas plants. I’d like us all to work together to ensure these plants continue to embody the kind of technical prowess that does justice to Japan’s proud history of Monotsukuri.” Mazda began its journey as an automaker in 1931, when it started producing three-wheeled trucks in Hiroshima. In 1960 it commenced production of the R360 Coupe micro-mini, marking a bold entry into the passenger car market. Vehicle manufacture started at Hofu Plant in Yamaguchi in 1982, and domestic production duties have since been shared between the Hofu and Hiroshima Plants. The production techniques and flexible production systems developed at these plants have helped Mazda to grow its business. Mixed production lines capable of producing different models on a single line enable manufacture of multiple models at low volumes, a breakthrough in the traditional tradeoff between product variety and competitiveness and volume efficiency. In 2016 and 2017, the company took steps to increase its production flexibility for crossover models and create a framework capable of responding quickly to changes in demand. The domestic plants take the lead with Mazda’s global car-making; production techniques and technologies established in Japan are then rolled out to overseas facilities. Mazda aims to sell 1,660,000 cars this fiscal year, the final year of its Structural Reform Stage 2 medium-term business plan, and plans to establish a global production framework capable of manufacturing two million units annually by fiscal year ending March 2024. Mass-production of vehicles featuring next-generation technologies and design is slated to start in 2019, and the company will continue expanding its production framework in an effort to get cars to customers as quickly as possible. Aspiring to create a world in which cars can co-exist sustainably with people, society and the earth, Mazda will continue to enrich people’s live through various touch points, including the manufacture of high-quality cars, and become a brand with which customers feel a strong emotional bond. "Mazda car factory, manufacturing plant in japan, Assembly line" "SUBSCRIBE NOW"
It may not be a complete redesign but the flagship Mazda sedan has had one serious update for 2018. And it's going after some big-hitting luxury competition, too.
WOW!!! 2019 MAZDA 3 - Exterior and Interior The third-age Mazda 3 has been in benefit for more than five years, having appeared in 2013 and quietly revived in July 2016. The Hiroshima-based carmaker is at present building up its successor, and as indicated by Autoexpress, the fourth-age 2019 Mazda 3 will show up as right on time as November this year, at the Los Angeles Motor Show. Immense changes are normal, on the grounds that the NEW 2019 MAZDA 3 will be the principal creation model to be founded on Mazda's new SkyActive-Vehicle Architecture. The all-new stage offers enhanced refinement and give a low, energetic seating position. The best part is, it shapes the base for the organization's forthcoming SkyActiv-X innovation. Its a well known fact that Mazda is an energetic advocate of the inside ignition motor. The SkyActiv-X sounds progressive – it's another oil motor including Spark Controlled Compression Ignition (SPCCI), which implies the motor can work in two diverse burning states. Help us to be better Subscribe this Channel : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCD263pWK2qseUhsmOsmf2ZA Follow Twitter : twitter.com/Tafra_Channel Follow G+ : plus.google.com/100581355657313086362 #TasyaFranka #2019Mazda3 #NewMazda3 Music source : https://www.youtube.com/c/NCMEpicMusic
After years of no upgraded engine options, Mazda listens to consumers and FINALLY gives the Mazda6 more power for 2018, in the form of a 2.5L turbocharged 4-cyl. With 310 lb-ft of torque and 250 HP with premium gas, this new Mazda6 now has the heart it needs to go head to head with the new Accord and Camry. But does it have the whole package to surpass both its new rivals?
For the third time in five model years, the Mazda 6 receives a makeover for 2019. Its most obvious updates include subtly evolved exterior styling, a refreshed interior, and an additional engine option. The 6’s new turbocharged 2.5-liter four-cylinder slots above the standard naturally aspirated 2.5-liter four, which adopts cylinder deactivation and adds slightly more horsepower and torque. While these changes are significant, Mazda took things a step further by retuning the chassis and drastically reducing interior noise levels. The lineup also welcomes a new Grand Touring Reserve trim and a top-of-the-line Signature model. The latter has rich leather, real wood trim, and a long list of desirable standard features.