The Mazda MX5 Miat, which has become a cult classic and a favorite among many hardcore fans, is one of the most popular cars of the year, and the brand was founded by Mazda CEO Masayoshi Son back in the late 1990s.
But the MX-4 was also a hit in Japan, and it was the model that Toyota and Nissan were looking to emulate.
In Japan, the MX5 was a classic, and Toyota was looking to replicate it in the United States.
The two companies launched their joint efforts to make the MX4 a hit, but there was a catch.
Toyota wanted to sell it in all-black, and there was no way to get it to market in the color yellow.
So Toyota had to use its own colors, and that meant changing the car’s name to something more recognizable to the public.
The MX5’s name was changed to the MX1, and a white interior was added to the car.
The color scheme was so well received in Japan that Toyota took a chance and changed the MX2 to the new MX1 as well.
The new MX2 MX-1 was a big hit, selling well over half a million copies worldwide.
However, when Toyota and Toyota’s sister brand, Subaru, began selling the MX3, there was some resistance to the brand’s change.
Fans of the MXs were not satisfied with the MX cars name change, and they started to express their dissatisfaction with the color scheme on social media.
To appease the critics, Toyota came up with the idea of using the color blue, and this color was used to create the MX6, which debuted in the US in late 2017.
Toyota has since introduced a number of colors to the lineup, but this new color scheme is considered to be the gold-colored MX6 that debuted in Japan in 2017.
The design of the new Mazda MX6 has not only been praised by fans, but Toyota also announced that the new color will be used in its vehicles for some time.
The company says that the MX7 MX-X, which is expected to launch later this year, will also feature the new blue color.
Mazda’s next MX5 and MX6 will be unveiled in late 2019, but until then, fans can rest assured that the company will be updating the MX series with a brand-new color scheme for at least the next three years.