Where is Mazda Made?
Are Mazda Models Made in the U.S.?
- Most Mazda vehicles are produced in Hiroshima, Japan, with tight regulations that have ensured the reputation for quality Mazda is known for.
- In 2014, smaller Mazda models like the Mazda3 began production in Guanajuato, Mexico.
- In an effort to meet demands, Mazda announced plans for a new plant in Huntsville, Alabama.
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