Cars of The Philippines - Mainstream Car Makers - Mazda Philippines

Mazda Philippines

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.

  • Mazda2
  • Mazda3
  • 323*
  • Mazda6
  • 626*
  • 323 Astina*
  • B-Series* (1987–1999) (2008–)
  • CX-5
  • CX-7
  • CX-9
  • 323 Familia*
  • 323 Lantis*
  • MX-5 Miata
  • MPV*
  • RX-8*
  • Tribute*
  • BT-50

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