Mazda had two distributors, Columbian Motors Philippines (for passenger cars) and Francisco Motors Corporation (for Trucks), but withdrew in 2000. It returned in 2004 under the ownership of Ford. The 3 is a bestseller in the country, the 6 considered a status symbol and the MX-5 a sporty icon. Older models of the 323 and Familia from the mid-1990s are still widely used in the taxi industry. The CX-9 is now a popular car in the country, as a cheaper and luxurious alternative to the rugged Mitsubishi Pajero, and a luxurious alternative to the cheaper, mainstream Toyota Fortuner. The CX-9 also has replaced the Pajero as the SUV status symbol in the Philippines.
- 323 Astina*
- B-Series* (1987–1999) (2008–)
- 323 Familia*
- 323 Lantis*
- MX-5 Miata