Nothing screams more than the legendary Beetles, except perhaps the Mazda Familia Released in the radio (or "wirelss") would have definitely been blaring "I saw her standing there" - Top Car, Top Song!
Imagine cruising along in the Mazda 2 door, singing along to "Honky Tonk Woman" by The Rolling Stones… Ah, how good it would be!
It was 47 years ago today, Sgt. Peppers taught them how to play and Mazda released their first ever Rotary Engine Car - Mazda Cosmo Sport. The 1967 Series 1 model was powered by a 982 cc, two-rotor engine with a 4-speed manual transmission. It produced 110 hp and had a top speed of 185 km/h.
You wouldn't have missed a thing in your Mazda 323 Astina in
We're guessing there would have been plenty of "Uptown Girls" cruising around in the Mazda Front Wheel Drive 626 in 1983 - with big hair and fluro tights no doubt!
1977 was the year of the Mazda 323 and Chicago's "If you leave me now". If you haven't noticed- we love our cars and music!
you would have been discoing in your flares and driving along in your Savannah Rotary jamming to Don McClean's "American Pie".
In 2006 you would definitely have been bringing sexy back in your Mazda - JT himself would have been proud!
Get this party started with Pink in your 2001 Tribute What an awesome family car - it's even big enough to get your party started with all of your friends!
1992 brought us the ultra sleek Mazda Twin Turbo! Not a car for the average joe, perhaps a cowboy driver from "Way out West".
The Mazda 121 Hatchback! It was released in 1987 - the same year the Hoodoo gurus gave us their iconic hit "What's my scene"
The Mazda Coupe 2 Door was released the same year that "The King", Elvis Presley, told us "It's Now or Never"
What music will you be listening to in your car this weekend? Well if it was a weekend in 1959 you might have been driving the newly released Mazda 3 wheeler mini truck and bopping away to Johnny O'Keefe's new track "Shout"!