Mazda reviews

Mazda can be summed up in a single word: bold. Not only do its cars generally look like nothing else on the market, but it’s also invested heavily in innovative engine technology.

So, while many car makers have moved to sm..

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Mazda 2

2019 - present

Mazda's small hatchback impresses with its economy, but falls...

Mazda 3

2021 - present

A stylish and sophisticated hatch with an innovative...

Mazda 3 Saloon

2021 - present

The Saloon has a classy interior and frugal engines but a...

Mazda 6

2021 - present

A well-rounded and appealing family car, but newer rivals have...

Mazda 6 Tourer

2021 - present

A stylish family estate, but there are rivals that offer a mor...

Mazda CX-30

2021 - present

Well equipped and plush, but rivals beat it for practicality

Mazda CX-5

2021 - present

Smart, well-equipped and handles well for a large SUV

Mazda CX-60

2022 - present

Well priced, fun to drive and plush inside, but some main...

Mazda MX-30

2020 - present

Nice interior and to drive, but terrible range, perf...

Mazda MX-5 Convertible

2020 - present

Few sports cars are as good to drive as the Mazda MX-5, and it...

Mazda MX-5 RF

2020 - present

The Mazda MX-5 RF is as fun to drive as its convertible siblin...


Mazda

Mazda can be summed up in a single word: bold. Not only do its cars generally look like nothing else on the market, but it’s also invested heavily in innovative engine technology.

So, while many car makers have moved to smaller turbocharged engines, Mazda instead offers larger motors that are still efficient. For example, the entry-level petrol option in the Mazda 3 is a 2.0-litre unit – far larger than what you’ll find in most rivals – but it remains very clean.

Highlights of Mazda’s line-up include the MX-5 sports car, which has won our Convertible of the Year Award multiple times, and the CX-5 large SUV, which was named as our inaugural best car for dog owners.


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