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It’s been nearly half a decade since Mazda last offered a Mazdaspeed product.

Not since 2004 and 2005, when 5,142 Mazdaspeed MX-5s were delivered in the United States market, has Mazda’s most obvious performance car been available in a power-up version.

Not since the first-generation Mazda 6’s 2005/2006 Mazdaspeed tenure has Mazda’s midsize sedan been offered in performance guise.

And after following up one of the best-handling front-wheel-drive cars of its era, the Mazdaspeed Protege, with the Mazdaspeed3 in 2007 and another in 2010, Mazda hasn’t had a hot hatch contender to battle the Volkswagen Golf GTI and R, Ford’s ST and RS models, the Honda Civic Si (and now Type R), the Subaru WRX, and Mini’s Cooper S since 2013.

So, is Mazdaspeed dead? Mazda won’t say.
Read more about Mazda Refuses to Talk About Mazdaspeed’s Future at AutoGuide.com.
 

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Well, if there are no comments about it, it probably is well…dead. A car company would not want to jeopardize their reputation so staying quiet is the way to go. Perhaps they are stil ltrying to add upgrades or make improvements to the model to beat the competition, so they are keeping mum as of now. Who knows what they are up to in the near future to come?
 
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