Mazda Carol was developed under a uniquely weird concept – "a pair of fun sneakers". Equipped with an expressive front face and unique, round design, the Carol earned a loyal support from young female drivers as a casual, liberating small car.
Production of the first-generation Mazda Carol, which earned a big slice of the market in the early 1960’s, was terminated in 1970. The revival of the Carol after almost two decades was big news in the automotive industry.
Autozam, Mazda’s new sales channel established in 1989, started a full-scale sales operation with the launch of the Autozam Carol.
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Whenever I drive from Hiroshima to Okayama to visit my grandparents, the R360 Coupe had always been my partner on the road.
For a long time, my dream was to buy and drive the Porter Van. Meeting with other fans and owners to celebrate the 50th anniversary is a wonderful memory that I will never forget.
Since I discovered the CX-8, I began to deeply appreciate Mazda’s manufacturing philosophy.
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