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Enjoy the Open-Air Excitement and Security of the 2018 Mazda MX-5 Miata RF

 

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Sporty Convertible Excitement is Available at the Push of a Button in this Mazda Sports-Coupe

The 2018 Mazda MX-5 Miata RF allows true driving enthusiasts to have their open-air cake and eat it too! The RF or “retractable fastback” model offers Mazda Miata drivers the security of a hard-top coupe, with the ability to push a button and enjoy top-down excitement whenever your heart desires. With a retractable hard top that can be opened or closed even while in motion, the Mazda MX-5 Miata RF is…

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Mazda’s Vision Coupe Concept Model Offers Us a Glimpse of the Future

 

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Mazda’s Vision Coupe Won “Most Beautiful Concept Car of the Year” at the Festival Automobile International in Paris

The sleek and futuristic appearance of the Mazda Vision Coupe concept model performed as it was designed to at the 33rd Festival Automobile International in Paris, France. Bringing home the award for “Most Beautiful Concept Car of the Year,” the Mazda Vision Coupe was chosen by a judicial panel of designers from the fashion, architecture, and other design-industries for quality of artistic expression. 

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2018 Mazda CX-5 and Mazda CX-9 Earn High Praise from Car and Driver

 

Here at Don Miller Mazda, we're always happy when we get to say we have an award-winning lineup of vehicles, because that means we get to tout another award bestowed on the Mazda lineup. For those in the Madison, WI area who are searching for standout SUVs, we've got two of them here that were named to the 2018 Car and Driver 10Best Trucks and SUVs of 2018.

 

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Winter is hard on cars, make sure yours is ready

With winter weather already rearing its head in Wisconsin, preparing your vehicle for hazardous conditions and freezing temperatures is a top priority.

Our Service Center at Don Miller Mazda should be your first stop for winter weather preparation. There are many items that need to be checked for winter safety like headlights, battery and the climate control. Two of the most important items are the vehicles antifreeze and tires.

 

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Mazda3 is fun to drive

There may be no vehicle on the market that is as enjoyable to drive as the Mazda3. Mazda has a reputation for building beautiful cars that are fun to drive and the all new Mazda3 is no exception.

With the Sport, Touring or Grand Touring models, the handling of Mazda's SkyActiv G-Vectoring control, a program that makes the front tires respond sharply to steering inputs by diminishing engine torque when going around a corner, will impress you. 

 

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Mazda CX-9 is an all-weather vehicle

As winter moves into Madison, having a dependable vehicle that can handle the elements is very important. If you're looking at a new car, you should consider the Mazda CX-9.

The CX-9 has four trim levels to choose from with the Sport, Touring, Grand Touring and Signature trim levels, and each carries its own level of equipment. 

 

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Mazda looking at all-wheel drive options

As sedans with all-wheel drive are in high demand in the United States, Mazda has acknowledged the need for an all-wheel-drive Mazda6 and Mazda3 although hurdles still remain.

To have all-wheel drive, Mazda would have to make changes to the overall architecture of the vehicles, and they are looking into every different way to make that happen.

"We have a layout issue with the sedans, that's why a four-wheel drive isn't deployed on the Mazda3 and 6 so far," Mazda North America Operations President and CEO Masahiro Moro said.

 

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Mazda is adopted a minimalist approach

Are touchscreen displays taking over our vehicles? Mazda is rethinking its philosophy to put drivers first and to limit the large displays that are found in other vehicles. The idea is to have a relationship between driver and vehicle. Mazda executives describe it as the same feel a rider would have on a horse.

This doesn't mean that Mazda is limiting the amount of technology in their vehicles. They are just choosing an interior design that has its focus more on the needs of the driver and will use technology to enhance the driving experience, not dominate it. 

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New Mazda6 revealed

Mazda engineers are working hard to develop what they are calling human-centered design. This new design philosophy will be the driving force behind the all-new Mazda6 that debuted at the Los Angeles Auto Show in November,

New technologies unveiled include a cylinder deactivation system for the SKYACTIVE-G 2.5-liter engine that will offer improved fuel efficiency. There is also a second available engine, the SKYACTIVE-G 2.5-liter direct-injection turbocharged with a lot of power for a sedan.

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