Grappone Mazda: 100 Years in the Making

Grappone Mazda became part of the Grappone family of dealerships in 1973 at the height of the US energy crisis, a time when smaller, more fuel efficient vehicles were about to explode in their popularity. Mazda first came to the US in 1970, so Grappone Mazda was one of the brand's early adopters, and is the oldest Mazda franchise in the New England region that is still owned by the same family who started it.

 

Over the years Grappone Mazda has seen the introduction of legendary products like the Miata, the best selling two-seat sports car in the world. Mazda has always been known for its reliability and sporty driving feel, and more recently the brand has made a successful shift to becoming a true alternative to premium brands like BMW, Audi, and Lexus. Mazda's future is deservedly bright, and their investment in a brand new plant in Alabama (which opened in 2022 and was built in partnership with Toyota) allows the Japanese manufacturer to bring more quality cars to US roads than ever before.

Over the years Grappone Mazda has seen the introduction of legendary products like the Miata, the best selling two-seat sports car in the world. Mazda has always been known for its reliability and sporty driving feel, and more recently the brand has made a successful shift to becoming a true alternative to premium brands like BMW, Audi, and Lexus. Mazda's future is deservedly bright, and their investment in a brand new plant in Alabama (which opened in 2022 and was built in partnership with Toyota) allows the Japanese manufacturer to bring more quality cars to US roads than ever before.

Today Grappone Mazda is owned by fourth generation Grappone family member Amanda Grappone Osmer, whose philosophy of doing business dovetails with Mazda's: create an intentional and well designed experience that guests will love and remember, and serve the greater community while doing it. In 2024, 100 years after her great-grandparents opened a single filling station in Concord, NH, Amanda and her team return to the capital city with a ground-up facility that will set a new standard for the guest and community experience.

 

Grappone Mazda has been designed to provide the best retail sales, servicing, and parts experience for our guests. But it will also be a place for gathering and reflecting on ways to make our community richer, better, and more vibrant. In addition to proudly training new Automotive Technicians and other Dealership Specialists, Grappone Mazda will provide space for nonprofit groups to meet free of charge, and will be a satellite meeting location for Saint Anselm's Gregory J. Grappone Humanities Institute.

Amanda Grappone Osmer

Grappone Mazda General Manager

Today Grappone Mazda is owned by fourth generation Grappone family member Amanda Grappone Osmer, whose philosophy of doing business dovetails with Mazda's: create an intentional and well designed experience that guests will love and remember, and serve the greater community while doing it. In 2024, 100 years after her great-grandparents opened a single filling station in Concord, NH, Amanda and her team return to the capital city with a ground-up facility that will set a new standard for the guest and community experience.

Amanda Grappone Osmer

Grappone Mazda General Manager

Grappone Mazda has been designed to provide the best retail sales, servicing, and parts experience for our guests. But it will also be a place for gathering and reflecting on ways to make our community richer, better, and more vibrant. In addition to proudly training new Automotive Technicians and other Dealership Specialists, Grappone Mazda will provide space for nonprofit groups to meet free of charge, and will be a satellite meeting location for Saint Anselm's Gregory J. Grappone Humanities Institute.

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