Mazda Shows Us Why Driving Matters In New Commercial

Mazda New Slogan Commercial Driving Matters

Mazda’s new “Driving Matters” commercial helps show us why our cars matter.

Mazda New Slogan Commercial

At Mazda of Lodi, we have long believed that driving matters. After all, that is why we put so much effort and dedication into serving our customers in the area. Now, the Mazda new slogan commercial is helping to express this better than ever, with the “Driving Matters” advertising campaign.

To show just why driving matters, the new Mazda commercial follows a man throughout a large portion of his life, beginning with getting his license and his first Mazda, which is a used Roadster. The commercial follows the man through his driving years as a teenager, experiencing teenage driving “milestones” like speeding tickets and plowing through the garage door. It ends with him grown up, with a family, still enjoying the Mazda driving experience with the 2016 Mazda MX-5 Miata.


To be clear, Mazda is not dropping its Zoom-Zoom slogan. It has been said that the Zoom-Zoom tagline will still be a part of Mazda’s DNA. This new ad campaign, with the “Driving Matters” slogan, helps to exhibit the emotional connection between driver and car, and the importance our vehicles play throughout various stages of our lives.

Highlighting the 2016 Mazda Miata, it is worth mentioning why the latest edition of the Miata is so special. The 2016 Miata is lightweight and fun to drive, coming in at about 150 lbs. lighter than the third generation Miata. The latest Miata delivers a 25 percent increase in fuel economy compared to the 2015 model, while still providing 155 horsepower and 148 lb.-ft. of torque.

Now that the Mazda new slogan commercial has you excited, be sure to continue checking back to the Mazda of Lodi blog to learn more about the 2016 Mazda MX-5 Miata before it becomes available later this year, such as your choice of color options with the Miata. You can also view our new Mazda inventory and contact us for your automotive needs or questions.