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2021 Mazda CX-30 Turbo to be revealed September 17 - UPDATE

UPDATE, September 8: A new post in the Instagram Stories page for Mazda of Mexico, the brand's regional president Miguel Barbeyto has confirmed a big Mazda CX-30 turbo reveal will occur on September 17 (likely September 18 in Australian time). The same was posted to the company's Twitter profile. The short statement translates to: "There is a strong rumor about CX-30 and its turbo version...

2021 Mazda BT-50 versus Isuzu D-Max: What’s the difference?

The 2021 Mazda BT-50 ute is weeks away from showrooms, but information published on Mazda’s website has revealed subtle but important differences compared to the Isuzu D-Max on which it is based. If you’re sweating the details and aren’t sure whether to buy the Mazda BT-50 or Isuzu D-Max ute, this level of detail could be helpful...

2021 Mazda BT-50: Accessories program launches, full range to exceed 100 options

Mazda has released details of their forthcoming 2021 BT-50 ute accessory program, which will include over one hundred options for the new ute. “The commercial vehicle segment is of vital importance to Mazda Australia, and a strong accessories offer brings further customer personalisation opportunities,” said Vinesh Bhindi, Managing Director of Mazda Australia...

2021 Mazda CX-5 gets infotainment, equipment upgrades in the US – Australia next

The 2021 Mazda CX-5 will receive a bigger infotainment screen, a new specification grade and fresh standard and optional equipment for its top-spec variants in the United States, with some of the changes set to make their way Down Under soon...

2021 Mazda CX-9 updates announced overseas, Australia TBC

The 2021 Mazda CX-9 range is set to receive new styling options and improved tech in the United States – but whether the changes will make it to Australian models is yet to be confirmed. The North American arm of Mazda announced its three-row SUV range will gain a new 10...

2021 Mazda BT-50 due October: What the Isuzu D-Max means for its twin under the skin

The 2021 Mazda BT-50 is due to arrive in Australian showrooms in October, the Japanese brand has confirmed, however not all models will be available from launch. Mazda dealers have told CarAdvice there will initially be three model grades of the 2021 Mazda BT-50 double cab: XT, XTR and GT, the same as the outgoing model...

Five underrated cars you might buy for a bargain price

New-car sales were down by 12.8 per cent in July compared to the same month last year. When looking at the figures on a year-to-date basis, this downward trend grows to 19.2 per cent in decline. You can read colleague Joshua Dowling's full July VFACTS report here, which goes through the nitty-gritty of the market in great detail...

Video: 2021 Mazda 3 Turbo unveiled in all its glory. Now can we please have it?

Mazda has released a video of the highly anticipated Mazda 3 Turbo in the US overnight, revealing further details about its increased power and all-wheel-drive grip. Headlining the company's small car range in North America, the model will come in two variants: the standard Mazda 3 Turbo, and the Mazda 3 Turbo Premium Plus...

Mazda BT-50 opens order books, due in showrooms October

The all-new Mazda BT-50 ute is due in showrooms in October – just two months away rather than next year as originally expected – and dealers have already begun taking expressions of interest. Dealers contacted by CarAdvice say they are receiving unprecedented interest in the new model, which is the first new generation Mazda BT-50 in a decade and the first based on an Isuzu D-Max after Mazda’s 48-year partnership with Ford came to an end...

2021 Mazda3 Turbo on wish list for Australia, but still not confirmed

Mazda Australia is lobbying Japan to introduce a turbocharged hot hatch version of the new Mazda 3. The Japanese car maker has been without a hot hatch locally since the Mazda 3 MPS was dropped after two generations were sold from 2006 to 2012. The previous Mazda3 MPS models were powered by a turbocharged 2...

Cars for sale: five deals on seven-seat SUVs

New-car bargains are becoming harder to find after bigger-than-expected sales in June left showrooms empty, and factory shutdowns during the coronavirus crisis delayed the arrival of fresh stock. With that in mind, there are still savings to be found if you’re patient and prepared to shop around...