2013 Mazda Cars Joliet, IL
The zoom-zoom mentality of Mazda truly came to life in 2013. With a lineup ranging from urban vehicles and family-focused sedans to sporty convertibles and performance-focused roadsters, Mazda has exceeded expectations and answered the call for a superior series of cars. Led by the 2013 Red Dot Design Award-winning Mazda6 sedan, the entire series of Mazda vehicles are built using the Kodo design language, which harnesses the “Soul of Motion” and makes exterior style a priority. In addition to the Mazda6 flagship sedan, Mazda’s car lineup includes one of the most recognizable names in the sports car segment — the 2013 Mazda MX-5 Miata. In its 24th model year, the Miata has represented the brand with incredible styling and elite handling on its way to being named in Car and Driver Magazine’s Annual 10 Best List 14 times. While the Mazda6 and Miata garner plenty of attention, compact sedans and hatchbacks like the Mazda2 and Mazda3 offer a perfect solution for drivers seeking elite performance paired with Mazda Skyactiv Technology.
2013 Mazda Crossovers and SUVs Joliet IL
Kelley Blue Book named Mazda the lowest cost to own automotive brand in 2013 for a reason. In a class full of gas guzzlers and sluggish performers, Mazda crossovers and SUVs provide the fuel-efficiency and athleticism the competition lacks. Thanks to Mazda’s Skyactiv Technology, the 2013 Mazda CX-5 leads the way in terms of fuel-conscious SUVs, as it manages up to 35 MPG on the highway. As a larger option, the Mazda CX-9 provides the agility and performance of a sedan with the cargo space of a large SUV. The 2013 Mazda5 rounds out the lineup of family-focused vehicles, as it shatters crude minivan stereotypes with pristine styling and outstanding engine power. The spacious six-seat minivan also offers something quite rare in the minivan segment —a fun driving experience. As Autobytel’s Minivan of the Year, the Mazda5 isn’t cut from the same mold as other automakers’ minivans.