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2008 Mazda CX-9

The Mazda CX-7 has been a huge success for the Japanese manufacturer, and now its bigger brother, the seven-seater Mazda CX-9 is on the way. Here to replace the discontinued Mazda MPV minivan, the CX-9 should do well riding on Mazda's current reputation of reliability and performance...

2008 Mazda 2 coming soon

Mazda Japan yesterday held a rollout ceremony for the all-new Mazda2 (known as the Demio in Japan). The lifespan of the current Mazda2 is coming an end as the new, more modern replacement sets sail for Australia. The first batch of the new Mazda2s will go on sale in the Japanese market in summer (2007)...

2007 Mazda 6 Range - Classic Sport & Diesel

You might not know it, but Mazda is the best selling (fully imported) brand in Australia, with the huge success of the Mazda 3 and the Mazda 6, Mazda has continued its dominance with new cars such as the CX-7 and the MPS range. The new range of Mazda cars is on its way, with the all new Mazda 2 the first to be replaced, the Mazda 3 and the Mazda 6 are all in set for an upgrade...

Mazda 3 MPS Targa Tasmania

Well it seems that Mazda is trying to build some credibility for the Mazda 3 MPS. The Hot hatch which was released last year (to a great deal of hype) has been a little lacklustre in the sales department. Running the Mazda 6 MPS engine and turbo, the 190kW (380Nm of Torque) Mazda 3 has some problems putting all that power down via the front-wheel drive system...

2007 Mazda RX-8 Kuro Special Edition (UK)

There was a time when the RX series from Mazda was cool. The RX-7 followed a revolution started by Mazda and its commitment to rotary power plants many years ago, but when the RX-8 came out, despite its beautiful looks and its suicide doors, there was something really missing. Power. With only 177kW (and 221Nm of torque) of power to play with, the RX-8 was never feared on the road...

2007 Mazdaspeed MX-5

With the Mazda3 and Mazda6 MPS (Mazda Performance Series) out and about, and the Mazda MX-5 SE Turbo now long gone, the new MX-5 is looking a little, well.. neglected. Not so, Mazda have come out with this : Having just gone on sale in Japan for only $33,000 AUD (its painstaking when you compare what Australians pay for cars compared to the Americans and Japanese) the Mazda E&T M'z treatment to the MX-5 is definitely a head turner...

New Generation Mazda 2

Stop! Don't buy a Mazda 2! There is a new one coming out. The All-new Mazda2 will debut at the 2007 Geneva International Motor Show from the 6 March through Sunday, 18 March. The current mazda 2 whilst a little out dated, is still one of the best small cars in its class. Mazda is quick to point out that the all-new Mazda2 is more than just a facelift of the current Mazda2...

Mazda Ryuga Concept & Mazda Tribute HEV

Mazda make beautiful cars, alright, so maybe with the exception of the Mazda 3.. and Mazda 2, but who can call the RX-8 and the MX-5 ugly? If only other Japanese manufacturers would take a few design lessons from Mazda, I think Japanese cars would look a whole lot better. So Mazda has been working hard, and.

2007 Mazda BT-50

Mazda isn't exactly synonymous with utilities but the new 2007 Mazda BT-50 utility is set to bring the Japanese brand to the spotlight in the utility market. BT-50 replaces Mazda's proven B Series, which Mazda claims has sold more than three million vehicles worldwide. The Mazda BT-50 is powered by high-performance diesel engines...

Mazda CX-9

Mazda announced today that it will bring the Mazda CX-9, a three-row, seven-seat, crossover SUV, to its Australian line-up from early 2008. The CX-9 will boost Mazda's SUV range to three distinct models with the 186 kilowatt V6-powered CX-9 joining the recently updated Tribute and the crossover CX-7...

Mazda 6 Diesel

So we don't have a Diesel Falcon or a Diesel Commodore but instead we have a Diesel Mazda6. I am not sure if I will ever be sitting here typing up a "Holden releases Diesel Commodore" post but in the mean time as Holden loses ground in the Diesel race, more and more European and now Japanese car makers are introducing new Diesel models...