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New Mazda3, SP-25 & MX-5 for MIMS

It feels like the wait is almost over with the next generation of the Mazda3, Australia's best-selling car, to make its Australian debut at the Melbourne International Motor Show. Both sedan and hatch models will offer even higher levels of quality, practicality, performance and value. The all-new Mazda3 SP-25 will also be on show...

Mazda3 takes sales lead as Australia's No.1 car

As we hinted earlier, VFACTS figures released today have shown the Mazda3 small car has pipped some more fancied rivals to become Australia's top seller for the month of January. Recording retail sales of 3124 units for that month, up 7.2 per cent month-on-month for 2008, it is the first time the Japanese brand has topped the sales charts in Australia in its 50 year history...

2009 Mazda3 hatch and sedan at Bologna

Following its global debut at the Bologna Motor Show, Mazda has released the full details surrounding its new Mazda3 five-door hatch and sedan. Four years after the original was released, total production has surpassed 2 million units making it Mazda's most popular model, a reputation set to be continued by its successor...

All-new Mazda3 five-door hatch unveiled

The Mazda3 five-door hatch has made an unexpected official debut today ahead of its first public appearance at the Bologna Motor Show on December 3.   On the heels of the freshly unveiled sedan version, the new Mazda3 hatch adopts the same characteristics as its sibling with a far more sporty and dynamic design...

All-new 2009 Mazda3 sedan details

After a rather sneaky on-paper debut at the Australian International Motor Show, Mazda has unveiled the four-door sedan version of its all-new Mazda3.   The second generation of the brand's best selling vehicle worldwide has been fully re-engineered and completely redesigned to deliver a more dynamic drive and distinctive appearance...

2009 Mazda3 MPS spied at Nürburgring

Crowned by most as the performance-hatch king, the hotly anticipated successor to the Mazda3 MPS has been spied lapping the Nürburgring.   To ensure there is no mistaking this hot-hatch for its naturally-aspirated siblings, Mazda has included a seemingly WRX-inspired hood scoop and oversized spoiler. Sources confirm that the new model will again be powered by the current 2...

2010 Mazda3 Spy Photos

Yesterday our spies got the best look at the upcoming 2010 Mazda 3. This all‑new sport compact was originally due to go on sale sometime in the last half of 2009, but sources say it will now hit showrooms late 2009 as a 2010 model year car. Riding on Ford’s global C1 platform, the new Mazda3 will measure in a bit longer and wider than the current model...

Spied: All-new Mazda3

Update: Mazda3 Review. Earlier today our spies got the first good look at the upcoming 2010 Mazda 3. This all‑new sport compact is expected next year, but won't hit some markets till 2010. Our tourist-shooter quickly found out that it’s not easy to shoot prototypes at highway speeds, but his first attempt landed him the most revealing pictures yet of the updated Mazda3...

2009 Mazda3 rendered speculation

Update: Mazda3 Review. Update: After further investigation you may all be pleased to know these images are not from Mazda but are in fact the work of a very talented (or not, judging by the current feedback) amateur car designer. Several images purportedly that of an upcoming Mazda concept car have found their way onto the web...

Tweaked 2008 Mazda3 sports range

Mazda has freshened up its Mazda3 sports line up with improved value, safety and appeal across the sports range. The streamlined Neo Sport, Maxx Sport, Diesel, SP23 and MPS variants now sport a host of cosmetic changes and added extras. The range of colours available for the Mazda3 range has also increased to 12, with the addition of Copper Red, Golden Sand, Metropolitan Grey and Stormy Blue...

Mazda3 MPS Extreme Concept

July 2009 Update: Read our Review of the new Mada3 MPS. When we saw the Mazda3 MPS Extreme in Sydney last week, we didn't think too much of it. Sure it looked a little meaner, and more race-orientated, but for some reason it didn't peak our interest...