Mazda has been pulling the plug on models that aren’t selling too well in the U.S.; the brand is not the strongest performer among Japanese carmakers. Among other discontinued models, Mazda is discontinuing the CX-7 crossover, and the CX-5 is taking its place. Disappointing sales Mazda, according to AutoBlog, is discontinuing the CX-7 crossover SUV, Read on! →

Mazda has confirmed long-standing rumors that it will be making a diesel car for the U.S. market. Although the company has not announced which model will be the first to receive an oil-burning engine in The U.S., many say the CX-5 is the most likely candidate. U.S. more receptive to diesel than hybrids A survey Read on! →