Posts Tagged ‘SKYACTIV engines’

Mazda Stakes Its Hopes For The Future In Its Skyactiv Engines

Tuesday, August 15th, 2017

Green Car Reports summarized an interview that was recently conducted with Robert Davis, Mazda’s North American senior vice president. His remarks were enlightening and CardinaleWay Mazda in Corona, your favorite Corona dealership, wants to share his insight with you. We think it will give our consumers a better idea of where Mazda is heading in the near future.

The Future Of Electric Vehicles (EVs)
We’ve all heard the hype about electric vehicles and how they’re going to save the world from emissions pollution. In his interview, Mazda’s Robert Davis has something to say about the future of electric vehicles. For one, he strongly believes that the demand for EVs won’t be as strong if the government takes away the federal tax credit. Right now, that tax credit is a generous $7,500. If the tax credit goes away, Davis thinks the market for EVs will also greatly diminish. We already know that there are still many logistical hurdles to clear for EVs to exist as the dominant vehicle. For instance, a great deal of infrastructure must take place and that could take years, if not decades. However, that doesn’t necessarily mean that Mazda plans to steer clear of manufacturing EVs. They are simply taking a more cautious approach. In announcing plans for Toyota and Mazda to build a new auto manufacturing plant in the U.S. by 2021, we’re told there are plans for Mazda to work in tandem with Toyota on the development of EVs.

Mazda To Unveil Combustion Engine Next Year
Robert Davis also states Mazda’s position that they’ll continue to invest in their lineup of Skyactiv engines. He also shrugs off the notion that gasoline and diesel engines will soon be a thing of the past. Next year, Mazda plans to unveil its latest Skyactiv engine, a combustion engine that they believe will be extremely fuel efficient. Mazda will continue to pour their money into research and development of their Skyactiv engines. Also interesting to note is that Mazda’s vehicles are among the cleanest in emissions testing.

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Mazda Still Considering Diesel Sales in the US

Wednesday, February 17th, 2016

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In a recent statement, the Japanese automaker has made it very clear that it has no plans on withdrawing the idea of bringing its diesel engines into the American market. Though there were hindrances to the idea earlier on, Mazda still seems determined.

Diesel vehicles and the technology as a whole have attracted a lot of negative attention in the recent past, especially after the Volkswagen scandal. But, Mazda remains unfazed and is very serious about introducing the diesel SKYACTIV engines to its US customers.

Why is Mazda so adamant about bringing in its diesel engines? Well, according to Senior VP of US Operations, Robert Davis, this is Mazda’s way of moving away from its typical Japanese image and re-establishing itself closer to the European Premium Car segment. In the US, the majority of the diesel sales come from European luxury brands. Mazda aims to cash in on this segment by providing a viable alternative.

The sale of diesel vehicles, even after the VW scandal, has hardly been affected and Mazda’s confidence comes from this fact. Entering the diesel vehicle market will help Mazda differentiate it from the rest of the Japanese automakers, who have completely kept off the idea of bringing diesel alternatives into the US.

Mazda has seen a tremendous demand for its SKYACTIV diesel engines back home in Japan and hopes to create the same effect in the US as well. For now, the only thing delaying the automaker is their temporary inability to strike a balance between performance and complying with US emission standards.

If you are interested about purchasing a diesel Mazda, please provide your contact details to CardinaleWay Mazda. We’ll keep you updated.

 

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Mazda Aims to Boost Fuel Efficiency with Next SKYACTIV Engines

Wednesday, October 14th, 2015

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Mazda is aiming to boost its fuel economy even further by the time the next generation of SKYACTIV Engines launch. The company’s engines are efficiency-focused, which means that the automaker will have to do some technical tricks to maximize its fuel efficiency even further. In fact, the Japanese automaker recently published that it is aiming to improve its fuel efficiency by 30% in the near future. The new generation of SKYACTIV engines will most likely debut by 2018 and will represent the automaker’s fuel efficiency strategy.

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