Mazda C platform
The Mazda C platform is an automobile platform for midsize cars. It was derived from the Mazda G platform used in the Mazda Capella/626. Unlike the wider, early-1990s 626, cars based on the C platform were limited to 1700 mm in width.
The CA platform was developed for Mazda's new upmarket Eunos marque. Just one car, sold under two names, used this platform.
- 1992-1993 Eunos 500
- 1992-1999 Xedos 6
The platform was also used in the Mazda Lantis.
- 1993-1997 Mazda Lantis (hatchback)
- 1993-1999 Mazda 323 F
- 1993-1999 Mazda 323 Astina
CG was very closely related to its predecessors. It was used for the replacement Mazda Capella, an emergency marketing measure because many believed cars wider than 1700mm wouldn't sell well in Japan, and Mazda only had wider cars in the Capella/626's class then.
- 1994-1996 Mazda Capella (sedan)
- 1994-1996 Ford Telstar II (sedan)
- 1999-2002 Ford Ixion (minivan)
- 1999-2002 Mazda Premacy (minivan)
- 2010-2018 Mazda Premacy (minivan)
- List of Mazda platforms
- List of Ford platforms
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