In his book The Sports Car of Tomorrow, sports car writer Tom Tango compares Mazda to Ford, Ford’s predecessor.
But Tango also says Mazda was the most valued sports car brand in history, and the most important in the history of automotive innovation.
Tango’s book is based on an extensive study of nearly 100 brands from 1955 to 2016.
He also examined Mazda’s stock price, which peaked in 1987 and has since fallen to less than $2 per share.
It is the lowest price per share for a company in its class, according to Forbes.
“It’s an extraordinary achievement,” said Peter G. Brown, a professor of economics at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign who was a contributor to Tango’s study.
“Mazda is one of the most recognizable brands in the United States.
It’s a well-known brand.
Its cars are very popular.
Its products are very well-received.
It has a great record of delivering quality.”
A number of other studies, though, have put Mazda’s market value at well above $20 billion.
One, published in the Journal of Economic Perspectives in 2015, looked at the history and development of Mazda’s U.S. brand, as well as the financial performance of the brand’s global operations.
The second study, by Tango and Peter M. Ruhl of the University at Buffalo, looked more broadly at Mazda’s business in the U.K., Australia and Germany, and examined the profitability of its international brands, as they expanded into other markets, such as China.
The study also looked at how well Mazda was doing domestically and globally, including sales in the Middle East and Latin America.
A third study, released in 2017 by McKinsey and Co., looked at Mazda sales in Europe, and its share of global vehicle sales.
Its results were published in a book, The Business of Automotive.
McKinsey found that the brand had a 22.5 percent share of total vehicle sales in 2017, and that it was responsible for 23.5 million cars and trucks.
Mazda was also responsible for a third of the global fleet, with about 15.3 million vehicles, McKinsey found.
The McKinsey study found that Mazda’s international business, with its large U.Y. market, was the strongest in the world, with a 14.3 percent market share, followed by China and Germany.
The McKinsey report estimated that the company had a market share of 20 percent in the Asia-Pacific region, with more than 3.6 million vehicles.
McKenzie estimates that Mazda made a profit of $10.2 billion in the year ended March 2021.
That was a $1.6 billion increase from the previous year.
The company made an average profit of 5.6 cents per share in 2019, up from 3.3 cents a share in the previous two years.
Mazda’s revenue in the first three months of 2021 was up 7 percent compared with the same period last year.
The company reported net income of $8.9 billion, or $0.76 per share, for the three months ended March 2020.