Where are Mazda engines made?

I’ve been a Mazda owner for years, but I’ve only recently gotten interested in the underpinnings of the vehicle. My car has great acceleration, and it’s just as good as any American car I’ve driven. So where does Mazda make its engines?

Eric Schad · Updated on
Reviewed by Shannon Martin, Licensed Insurance Agent.
Mazda makes most of its engines in Japan and Thailand. Engines for North American Mazdas are all made in Japan. It’s a quality measure that ensures that every engine is made to Mazda standards.
But that’s not to take away anything from its Thailand factory. Thailand produces many of the engines for Mazda, but mostly in the Far East and Middle East sectors.
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