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Mazda Repair Manuals

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Mazda Motor Corporation also known simply as Mazda, is a Japanese automobile manufacturer whose headquarters is in Fuchu, Hiroshima, Japan. According to the company, the name comes from Ahura Mazda, the ancient Zoroastrian god of light. Currently, Mazda is the 15th largest car manufacturer in the world. Originally known only for their production of smaller vehicles sold in Japan, Mazda has now grown into a multinational corporation. With the help of a Mazda service manual, owners and dealerships all over the world can maintain these vehicles so that they last a lifetime.

Mazda began operations in January of 1920 and for the first 11 years of the company’s existence, they focused solely on machine tools. In 1931, Mazda began a shift to the production of vehicles with the Mazda-Go auto rickshaw. During the Second World War, the company would manufacture various weapons for the Japanese military. As a result of the oil crisis of 1973, Mazda chose to partner with Ford Motor Company. Under this partnership, Ford would come to control a 33% stake in Mazda by 1995. Following the global recession of 2008, Ford began selling its control and by 2015 Mazda’s partnership with Ford was ended.

After the Second World War, Mazda searched for a way to distinguish itself from the several other Japanese automakers of the time. They chose to adopt a Wankel rotary engine and in 1967, Mazda introduced the Cosmo, one of the the first production cars made with such an engine. While lighter weight than the V6 and V8 engines offered at the time, the rotary engine adopted by Mazda didn't sacrifice power, making it extremely popular. Mazda was also the first car manufacturer to adopt a Miller cycle engine, introducing the Millenia in 1995.

While maybe not as established or storied as other brands, Mazda has secured a spot in the competitive world of motorsport. In 1991, during the 59th 24 Hours of Le Mans, Mazda became the first Japanese manufacturer to win with the 787B. The affordability and popularity of the Miata model helped create the Spec Miata class, a racing class used by three separate racing organizations in the United States.

Having manufactured road cars since the 1960s, Mazda has made a long list of models. The company currently produces over 10 models with various trims and options available. This reliable vehicle is appreciated by owners due to their ability to last a lifetime. Unlike other vehicles in this day and age, Mazdas are easy to maintain, thanks to their durable build. A Mazda repair manual is also to thank, as these detailed booklets contain everything that owners need to know in order to keep their vehicles in good shape.