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Mazda Zoom Fest Makes A Comeback This Weekend In Conjunction With Revolution 2 All-Mazda Autofest

See the latest offerings, as well as a community of owners and fans gather around Bonifacio High Street.

Mazda’s Zoom Fest was an event meant to celebrate Father’s Day by offering the most driver-oriented cars to the dad’s whom we love the most. Unfortunately, bad weather has prevented the brand to hold its Mazda Zoom Fest last June, as safety should be anyone’s highest priority, especially in unfavorable weather conditions.

Now, Mazda’s Zoom Fest is finally pushing through this weekend at the Bonifacio High Street from July 27 to 29.

Customers and fans will have a chance to test drive and see the latest Mazdas, from the Mazda 2, Mazda 3, Mazda 6, CX-3, CX-5, and CX-9. Celebrating its public premiere is the MX-5 Cherry Soft Top, as well as the new Mazda 2 Premium Series line-up, and the new Mazda CX-9 Sport Touring variant.

Not only that, but Mazda Philippines, in conjunction with Club Mazda PH, will be holding a car show featuring different Mazdas from various Mazda car clubs. Organizing an event like this is a display of Mazda’s commitment to its customers and its community of car enthusiasts, as we have reported when Mazda RX-7 owners gathered a couple of weekends ago at Butamaru Ortigas.

If you are a car enthusiast, or a solid Mazda fan, visit Bonifacio High Street this weekend to see not just the brand’s latest offerings, as well as a community of fans and owners that are cultivated and supported by a brand managed by car enthusiasts themselves.

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