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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 Mazda MX-5 first official image

Update: Official image released by Mazda Following the release of renderings destined for the patent office onto the internet, a Spanish website has now published the first official images of the face lifted 2009 Mazda MX-5 roadster.   The majority of the changes seem to focus around the front end, converting the MX-5 over to Mazda's new design philosophy...

Mazda2 snares record July sales

The littlest car in Mazda's line-up has made a big difference to its bottom line, resulting in a new record best month for Australia's favourite imported brand. The Mazda2 sold 1,447 units this July - a 147% increase on same month last year - snaring the company a new monthly sales record, retailing a benchmark 6,508 new cars...

Mazda unveils Kazamai Concept

Mazda has released the first official renderings of its latest concept to join the growing Nagare range. Dubbed the Kazamai, our first glimpse came almost exactly a month ago in the form of the "Swirling Crosswinds" concept design sketches - its English translation...

Mazda6 comes down in price

A car manufacturer reducing the price of its brand new car? Not something you see very often, but Japanese giant Mazda has done just that today with the announcement that the new Mazda6 range will have a price reduction of between $1,750 and $3,920, depending on the model. This brings the entry and starting price of the new Mazda6 to a remarkable $27,990 (Limited sedan), a $1,750 saving over the previous RRP...

2008 Mazda RX-8 pricing and specs

Mazda Australia has released the official pricing and specifications for its face lifted 2008 rotary-powered RX-8. This is the first update to the RX-8 since its inception in 2003, where Mazda has since sold more than 5,400 units in Australia to date. Together with the obvious exterior design changes, the new RX-8 also boasts interior changes for improved useability and refinement as well as key modifications to the powertrain...

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...

Mazda "crosswinds" concept car

Mazda will present an all-new show car at this year's Moscow International Automobile Salon. The concept is a sporty, compact crossover SUV designed especially for the Russian market. The Moscow show car is the latest concept to be developed using the new design direction called Nagare - following in the footsteps of Nagare, Ryuga, Hakaze, Taiki and Furai...

New Mazda RX-8 coming in July

With the current RX-8 selling since 2003, it's about time for an update. A new 'revitalised' Mazda RX-8 is expected for Australian delivery early in the second half of 2008.  It's not just a facelift though, the new RX-8 also comes with a heap of mechanical upgrades to keep its fan base happy. The RX-8 is still the world's only rotary-powered four-door sports car...

2008 Mazda 2 - 3 door

Mazda has today announced the baby of the range, the Mazda 2, will be available in Australia as a 3 door variant. Penned by the creator of the RX-8, Ikuo Maeda, the three door has been designed alongside the five door, and shares the same drivetrain, wheelbase, external dimensions and engineering strategy that earned the five door a five-star EuroNCAP rating...

New Mazda 6 MPS and 2 MPS?

Although previous reports suggested Mazda will not be building an MPS variant of its new 6 range, news today from Autoexpress UK says otherwise. The new Mazda 6 MPS will go head to head with both Subaru and Mitsubishi's hero cars as well as other European performance cars. The MPS badge will signify a turbocharged version of the standard engine, but this time the standard engine will be a 2...