Brands of current/recent products:
||a joint venture of FAW and Mazda
||Mazda6 Atenza (2.0/2.5L)
Mazda6 Classical (2.0L)
Mazda6 Ruiyi (2.0/2.5L)
Mazda6 Ruiyi Sports (2.0/2.5L)
Mazda CX-4 (2.0/2.5L)
Mazda CX-7 (2.3/2.5L)
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- 2003: Mazda6 rolled off the production line at FAW Car’s plant in Changchun on January 21 and hit the market on April 12.
- 2005: FAW Mazda Motor Sales Co., Ltd. was founded on March 1. FAW Car had a 56% stake in the joint venture, FAW Group 4%, Mazda 40%.
- 2006: Mazda3 was released on March 8, Mazda6 Sport on May 31, Mazda Wagon on September 19.
- 2007: The imported Mazda5 MPV was released on December 8.
- 2009: Changchun-made second-gen Mazda6, called "Ruiyi" in China, hit the market in April. The imported Mazda CX-7 was released in November.
- 2010: Mazda8 rolled off the production line on November 27 and went on sale on December 15.
- 2013: China-made Mazda CX-7 was unveiled at the Shanghai motor show in April and to be released in the fourth quarter.
|News about Mazda:
- FAW Bases 2014 Besturn B70 on the Second-gen Mazda6 July 16, 2013
- Atenza to Join First-gen Mazda6 and Ruiyi April 30, 2013
- Spy Shots of FAW Besturn MPV, Based on Mazda8 March 1, 2013
- Yema Auto Develops S-MPV, Derived from Mazda5 January 30, 2013
- Mazda’s China Sales Dropped 12.9% in 2012 January 4, 2013
- 2013 Mazda8 Gets Upgraded Powertrain December 3, 2012
- Both Mazda CX-5 and CX-7 Will Be Built in China November 29, 2012
- Production of Mazda CX-7 Will Shift to China November 16, 2012
- Changan to Sell Re-badged First-gen Mazda3 as Cinturx November 15, 2012
- Ford Broke Ground on New Factories in Chongqing, Hangzhou August 30, 2012
- FAW Besturn B90 Goes on Sale for US$21,995-31,434 August 23, 2012
- Mazda Sales Gained 1% to 18,634 Units in May June 5, 2011
- FAW Besturn Changes Logo, Road Tests B30, B90 January 30, 2011
- Mazda’s China Sales Increased 33% to 239,709 Units in 2010 January 5, 2011
- Mazda8: Cramped Backseats? Put Your Secretary There! December 17, 2010
- Ford to Build Engine Plant in Chongqing September 26, 2010
- August Sales: Ford, GM, Hyundai-Kia, Mazda, Shanghai Volkswagen, Skoda, Audi September 3, 2010
- Japanese Automakers Underperformed in July, Except Mazda August 6, 2010
- Mazda’s China Sales Grew 32% in May June 4, 2010
- Mazda China Seeks to Disengage Ford May 2, 2010