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Turbo Mazda3 officially teased, but no details given
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26th Jun 2020
1 min read

Turbo Mazda3 officially teased, but no details given

A short video has been released by Mazda teasing the reveal date of what could be a turbocharged Mazda3. The unlisted video was shared in a handful of tweets by the car manufacturer, replying to rumours of the new turbo model and adding: "Power comes to those who wait". Sounds of an engine being revved can be heard on the video, while graphics indicate the reveal date will be 8 July 2020. In another tweet, Mazda wrote: "Keep calm and stay tuned. Plenty of time to rush where we're going."
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Ben Zachariah
New Mazda BT-50 teased, debut timing revealed – UPDATE: New image released
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15th Jun 2020
3 min read

New Mazda BT-50 teased, debut timing revealed – UPDATE: New image released

UPDATE: Mazda Australia has released a second teaser image of what is believed to be its brand new BT-50 ute, sharing a sneak peek at the car's updated grille and headlights. Two days ahead of its scheduled unveiling on June 17, 2020, Mazda's social media accounts shared an image of the car's facelifted front, featuring a chrome grille with horizontal bars (much like the one on the CX-8) and broad, angular headlights.
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Susannah Guthrie
Mazda seeking $US2.8 billion loan to survive coronavirus crisis – report
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10th May 2020
2 min read

Mazda seeking $US2.8 billion loan to survive coronavirus crisis – report

MORE: All COVID-19 coverage here Mazda is seeking loans for 300 billion Yen ($US 2.8 billion) from Japan’s three ‘megabanks’ and other lenders to help it get through the coronavirus pandemic, the Reuters news agency has reported.
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Joshua Dowling
Mazda offers free service to healthcare workers in US, but not Australia
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19th Apr 2020
2 min read

Mazda offers free service to healthcare workers in US, but not Australia

Mazda Australia will not offer free engine oil changes for healthcare workers during the COVID-19 pandemic, despite the service being offered by the Japanese brand in the US. Mazda's initiative in the US – which it claims will cost at least $5 million (AU$7.9 million) – will be offered until 4 May to healthcare workers nationwide, allowing them to have the engine oil in “most makes and models” of cars changed for free, regardless of whether they are a Mazda or not.
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Liam Murphy