Mazda Australia

Matsuda is a car making company, founded in Japan in 1920 and headquartered in Fuchū, Aki District, Hiroshima Prefecture, Japan. From 1920 to 1927 it produced machine tools for vehicles, after which they swithced to car manufacturing. The first model to be produced was Mazda Go in 1931.

The company´s name derives from Ahura Mazda, an Iranian – Zoroastrian god of the earliest civilizations in West Asia. It also keeps some resemblance to the company founder´s name, Jujiro Matsuda.

In 2007 the output of the company was almost 1.3 million vehicles. In 2011 its employees were 38,987 and the revenue, 9.3 trillion Japanese yens.

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  • Nobody
    Shane
    From about 1 year

    I was told that Mazda wasn't going to do anything about the wheel nuts

  • Nobody
    shane
    From about 1 year

    I have lodged a complaint with the Mazda dealer in Toowoomba QLD about the wheel nuts on my BT50 . I tried to change a tyre at home and couldn't undo the wheel nuts because the pressed sleave on the nuts had growen in size making the spanner slip

  • Nobody
    Jana
    From about 1 year

    I have Mazda 3 2009 done 50000Km ,regullary serviced, engine light on /off when driving, complained on Mazda customer web, never nobody contacted me.Bad customer service.Never going in future buy Mazda again.NOT HAPPY,BAD SERVICE

  • Nobody
    Georgejer
    From over 1 year

    Жаль, что сейчас не могу высказаться - нет свободного времени. Вернусь - обязательно выскажу своё мнение по этому вопросу.

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    Van Thinh
    From about 2 years

    Dear Mazda,
    I am interested in Mazda CX5. I have 2 questions:
    1- How much does the Safety Pack Option cost for CX5?
    2- I was told by a Mazda Dealer Rep. that Slimline Weather Shields are not recommended to be installed on CX5 because they are often

  • Nobody

    From about 2 years

    I recently purchased a Mazda 3 from Ipswich (Ian Boettcher) Mazda. Had problems with the GPS in the car for the moment the car was delivered to us.Mazda were unable to repair it. There response was that is just bad luck. returned car after a week.

  • Nobody
    alison
    From over 2 years

    hi i have a mazda 3 2009, im having the problem where my engine light stays on when car is started. the at light comes on also. we took it to auto electric, and they rest it, but it keeps coming on . do we need to buy a new computer s

  • Nobody
    Jesse
    From over 2 years

    Hi, i'm writting to comolain about the Parkland Mazda in WA. The service quality there was really bad. One guy who maybe named Tim Cleland even used F word towards customer,his attitute was extremely aggresive and rude to my friend and me.

  • Nobody
    Lesley
    From over 2 years

    I sent a letter to you via email and have still not had a reply.

    Regards
    Lesley\

  • Nobody
    No Reply to a customer Service Enquiry about my new BT50 (courtesy)
    From almost 3 years

    I sent an E-mail to you a while back with no reply at all

    Regards

    Barrie Bell BEng(Aero), BSc (Env), J.P.

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