The latest-generation Mazda 3 is sacrificing volume sales to take the Japanese brand into a more premium area of the mainstream market. We find out whether the flagship G25 Astina is a suitable spearhead.
After months of driving the MX-5, did we find it practical and comfortable enough to live with?
Plush meets practical as Mazda’s newest urban-focussed crossover pushes the marque further upmarket.
The MX-5 is a perfect city car, and in this update we tell you how it tackles the concrete jungle. ‘Max’ the 2019 Mazda MX-5 RF has had its fair share of spending time in the heart of Melbourne, and no surprise, it is a comfortable little two-seater to navigate through tight streets and carparks. The 2019 updates make city driving easier with its more powerful 2...
Full of sophistication and class, we take the top-of-the-range Mazda 3 sedan for a spin.
Mazda has loaded up its smallest hatch with tech and features as age catches up with it, but is it enough to offset the sticker shock of the more expensive 2020 Mazda 2?
Mazda's newest SUV is pretty much a '3' hatchback on stilts, with a more sensible design and a higher price. It bisects the Nissan Qashqais and Audi Q2s of the world, and while it's short on surprises, it delivers the goods.
Australians buy about 50,000 Mazda SUVs every year, but should more families consider the Japanese brand’s sole conventional wagon – especially in fully loaded flagship guise?
Mazda's 4x4 dual-cab representative, the BT-50, carries on with little changed against a rising tide of improved and updated challengers. How's it holding up?
Even in its cheapest form, the Mazda 3 offers an upmarket package for mainstream pricing, with all the thrills of shifting gears yourself.
Mazda's $70,000 range-topping CX-9 Azami LE is a luxurious and nice-to-drive family SUV, with a touch of class unmatched by its rivals.