Mazda CX-7 News

  • 2010 Mazda CX-7 i Sport

    Mazda's always had cool technology. They're the only carmaker that's steadily developed the compact, high-output Wankel rotary engine, for instance. And they're known for powerful, high-revving piston engines and slick-shifting gearboxes. Then there's the green side of the brand, which already sells mostly small and relatively fuel-efficient cars. Not only will U.S. buyers get the 2011 Mazda Mazda2 subcompact soon, but the company is evaluating whether to offer its iStop start-stop system on some U.S. models. What's so cool about iStop? Well, unlike so-called micro-hybrid systems--which...

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