List of Mazda vehicles

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This is a list of Mazda motor vehicle models. Mazda had used a number of different marques in the Japan market, including Autozam, Eunos, and Efini, although they have been phased out. In the early 1990s Mazda almost created a luxury marque, Amati, to challenge Acura, Infiniti, and Lexus in North America, but this never happened, leaving the near-luxury Millenia to the Mazda brand. Many Mazda vehicles have been rebadged and sold with the Ford brand during the alliance of both companies. Most are noted in the pages of individual vehicles.

Previous sports models of Mazda's regular vehicles go by the Mazdaspeed name. Mazdaspeed is Mazda's in-house race and street car tuning arm and is highly involved in both amateur and professional motorsports.

Current production vehicles[edit]

This is the current Mazda automobile listing internationally.

Body style Model Current generation Vehicle description
Image Name(s) Introduction
(cal. year)
(cal. year)
Hatchback Mazda2 2002 2014 2023 Subcompact hatchback. Also marketed as the Demio in Japan until 2019.
Mazda2 Hybrid 2021 2021 Rebadged Toyota Yaris Hybrid (XP210) for the European market.
Mazda3 2003 2019 Compact hatchback. Also marketed as the Axela in Japan until 2019.
Sedan Mazda2 2002 2014 2023 Sedan version of the Mazda2, sold in Asia-Pacific and Latin America.
Mazda3 2003 2019 Sedan version of the Mazda3.
Mazda6 2002 2012 2018 Mid-size sedan and station wagon. Also marketed as the Atenza in Japan until 2019.
Station wagon Mazda6 2002 2012 2018 Station wagon version of the Mazda6.


CX-3 2015 2015 2018 Subcompact crossover SUV based on the Mazda2.
CX-30 2019 2019 Subcompact crossover SUV.
CX-4 2016 2016 2019 Compact crossover SUV for the Chinese market. Exclusively manufactured by FAW Mazda from 2016 to 2023 and Changan Mazda from 2023 onwards.
CX-5 2012 2017 2021 Compact crossover SUV.
CX-50 2022 2022 Compact crossover SUV for North America and China.
CX-60 2022 2022 Mid-size crossover SUV based on an RWD platform for Europe and Asia-Pacific.
CX-8 2017 2017 2022 Mid-size crossover SUV with three-row seating for Asia-Pacific.
CX-9 2006 2016 Mid-size crossover SUV with three-row seating.
CX-90 2023 2023 Crossover SUV with three-row seating based on an RWD platform for North America and Australia.
MX-30 2020 2020 All-electric and hybrid compact crossover SUV based on the CX-30.
Roadster MX-5/
1989 2015 2023 Front-engine, two-door, two-seater sports car. The best-selling two-seater convertible sports car in history.
Pickup truck Bongo 1966 2020 Pickup version of the Bongo.
BT-50 2006 2020 Compact pickup truck. Third generation is based on Isuzu D-Max.
Kei vehicles Carol 1962 2021 Low-roof hatchback kei car with hinged rear doors. Second generation onwards is a rebadged Suzuki Alto.
Flair 2012 2017 Low-roof hatchback kei car with hinged rear doors. Rebadged Suzuki Wagon R.
Flair Crossover 2014 2020 Crossover SUV-styled kei car. Rebadged Suzuki Hustler.
Flair Wagon 2013 2017 Semi tall-height wagon kei car with rear sliding doors. Rebadged Suzuki Spacia. Previous generation pictured.
Scrum 1989 2013 Cabover kei truck. Rebadged Suzuki Carry. Formerly the Autozam Scrum until 1998.
Scrum 1989 2015 Cabover cargo/passenger microvan with rear sliding doors. Rebadged Suzuki Every cargo van. Formerly the Autozam Scrum Van until 1998.
Commercial vans Bongo Brawny 1983 2019 Long-wheelbase version of the Bongo Van. Third generation is a rebadged H200-series Toyota HiAce.
Bongo 1966 2020 Cabover van. Fifth generation is a rebadged Daihatsu Gran Max.
Familia Van (XP160) 2018 2018 Light commercial van. Rebadged Toyota Probox.
Commercial trucks Titan 1971 2023 Medium-duty truck. Fourth generation onwards is a rebadged Isuzu Elf. Previous generation pictured.

Former production vehicles[edit]

Concept cars[edit]

Other Mazda marques[edit]

Amati (cancelled)[edit]





See also[edit]