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Engineered to Exhilarate and Inspire, Mazda is Making Moves in 2019

Mazda is taking the automotive industry by storm in 2019, but that’s really no surprise. For years, Mazda has been producing an array of captivating and innovative vehicles – most recently the 2019 CX-5 and CX-9 – that are always elegant, never ordinary and that provide a sense of unconditional confidence when behind the wheel near Moline, IL.

This year – in addition to the CX-5 and CX-9 – Mazda is unveiling an entirely new and refined suite of its most prized vehicles, including the 2019 MX-5 Miata, Mazda3 and the all-new, futuristic Mazda RX-Vision. Poised to continue raising the bar while setting incredibly high standards in the realms of safety and technology, Mazda is making big moves in 2019.

Pulling Way Ahead of the Competition

What sets Mazda apart from other brands is its dedication to innovation and safety. The CX-9 received the 2018 IIHS Top Safety Pick Award when equipped with its available Smart City Brake Support and specific headlights and was also voted as one of the top-10 best mid-size SUVs in its class.

The Mazda CX-5 – decorated with a myriad of comforting interior features like cruise control, a push to start button and dual covered visor vanity mirrors – also stands out as a premier, supple and striking mid-size SUV with excellent acoustic features and newly-refined Caturra Brown Nappa leather stitched seats.

Be A Part of the Excitement and Ride with Mazda in 2019

It’s no accident that Mazda had four models rank atop of the IIHS Safety leader board in 2018. At Key Auto Mall in Moline, IL, we want Illinois drivers to be aware of the consistent and diligent effort put in by the Mazda engineers who work tirelessly and consistently to invent some of the most eye-catching, exhilarating vehicles on the road today. To learn more and to schedule a test drive of your favorite Mazda, visit us online or in person at our dealership today!

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