The Mazda CX-5 is a stylish looker and a sales winner. But sales success doesn't always correlate with segment leadership. How is the CX-5 faring in lower-grade Maxx Sport trim?
A revolutionary update to keep the internal combustion engine clean and ever more efficient, but is it too late to save the petrol engine?
Perhaps we need to stop calling these cars SUVs, because the new Mazda CX-30 is really just a Mazda 3 on stilts, and all the better for it.
In this update, we put the spotlight on the MX-5's infotainment system.
Meet ‘Max’, the 2019 Mazda MX-5 RF. Yep, we spent many hours coming up with that name for the latest addition to our long-term fleet. Over the next three months, we will report on how the MX-5 tackles day-to-day life, through the city, country, and a road trip thrown in for good measure. Also, we will take a look at its infotainment and interior...
It's the entry-level with auto, and it could just be the sweet spot in the new Mazda 3 line-up.
Mazda's all-new small sedan is a compelling proposition, and the mid-spec G25 Evolve could be the sweet spot.
The CX-3’s popularity in the compact-SUV segment is all down to the petrol version, but are buyers missing out on the less-loved diesel variant?
The new Mazda 3 hatch prioritises sporty looks and luxury features over cut-price positioning and interior space, even more than its predecessor did. It's a step forward that ironically enough will probably have a smaller audience.
Like something of a blank canvas, over the last 30 years the Mazda MX-5 has become the launching point for all manner of modified motoring fantasies. You’ll find them crammed full of GM V8s, Ford V6s, Mazda’s own rotary engines, or a massive variety of turbocharged and supercharged upgrades. Some have been lowered, some have been lifted (yup, off-road and rally roadsters are a thing)...
The Mazda 3 is a firm favourite with Aussie buyers, and now with added equipment and a lower drive-away price for the Maxx Sport version, its value is better than ever.