The new Mazda MX-5 Sport Venture is the latest in a long line of special editions of the world’s favourite roadster Verdict Like the standard roadster, the limited-edition MX-5 Sport Venture is a fantastic car to drive, thanks to its direct handling and buzzy naturally aspirated 1.5-litre engine. But the extra equipment Mazda has added to this limited-run car
The Mazda 6 family car gets the brand’s special-edition Kuro treatment VerdictThe Mazda 6 Kuro Edition is a good example of a dying breed of car. It gets plenty of standard equipment, the quality feels good enough for the price, it drives sweetly and offers enough practicality. However, combined with the naturally aspirated engine and Mazda’s reluctance to turn
Save for a misplaced plastic bucket in the middle of a highway, the first 10,000 miles with our Mazda CX-30 have been uneventful and about what we expected. We'll get to the bucket in a minute, but first let's talk about our initial thoughts on the CX-30—one specific to its segment, the other to the car itself. As we
Mazda's slogan is "Feel Alive," but this hatchback doesn't yet fulfill its potential. The 2021 Mazda 3 2.5 Turbo is a tricky car to wrap the old noggin around. Not because it produces brain-melting acceleration and cornering figures or because it'll set your hair on fire at the local autocross. That's not necessarily the case. Rather, the new Mazda
The 2022 Acura MDX is a fresh take on a luxurious three-row SUV that squares off against strong rivals such as the Lincoln Aviator, Lexus RX, Genesis GV80 and Infiniti QX60. Where the new and improved MDX shines is in value. Even with a starting price of more than $47,000, the 2022 MDX comes standard with loads of safety
"The Mazda MX-30 is a stylish electric SUV that's fun to drive and affordable" This is the Mazda MX-30, the first all-electric model in the history of the Japanese manufacturer. It looks stylish, and in keeping with the brand's other models, it's also fun to drive. Mazda isn't afraid to go its own way, and unlike rival car makers
On the open road, our long-term Mazda CX-30 keeps its driver involved—too involved. Mazda no longer uses "Driving Matters" as its tagline (now it's "Feel Alive"—already do, thanks), but that ethos is still imbued in every one of its vehicles. We agree with that mantra—mostly. Sometimes we'd trade involvement for relaxation, particularly when enduring long highway stretches as we've
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