The Mazda MX-30, unveiled today in production form at the Tokyo motor show, will be the company's first fully-electric vehicle.
The Mazda2 has been updated for the 2020 model year with a simplified five-model range and a new mild-hybrid powertrain.
The new Mazda CX-30 is available to order now, in a five trim-level range, with prices starting from £22,895.
When the age of the internal combustion engine comes to an end, what do you think history will look back on as the pinnacle of its development? An extravagant supercar with a thousand horsepower, perhaps? I’d like to suggest that future scholars should set their sights on something more humble, and they need only look as far as the new Mazda3 for a couple of worthy candidates.
Mazda has introduced a pair of customisation packs - Cup and Design - for the current fourth generation MX-5 that can be fitted by any Mazda dealer.
The Skyactiv-X version of the new Mazda3, employing Mazda's new Spark Controlled Compression Ignition technology, will arrive in the UK in October with prices starting from £23,555.
The new Mazda CX-30 compact SUV was unveiled today at the 2019 Geneva Motor Show. It slots into the range between the CX-3 and CX-5.
The new Mazda3 is available to order now, with prices starting from £20,595. To begin with, it will be offered in hatchback form only, powered by a choice of either a 122ps 2.0-litre petrol engine or a 116ps diesel.
We’ve always had something of a soft-spot for the Mazda CX-3, as one of the more handsome compact SUVs on the market. But Mazda as a company isn’t prone to resting on its laurels, so for 2019 they’ve given the CX-3 a bit of a tweak to help strengthen its appeal.
The Mazda CX-5 has received a series of subtle revisions for 2019, with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay standard across the range plus the addition of a new GT Sport Nav+ model grade.
The new 2019 Mazda 3 has been unveiled at the LA Motor Show, and as well as a new design it heralds the debut of Mazda's SkyActiv-X spark-controlled compression ignition petrol engine.
I’ve always been full of admiration for the Mazda MX-5. However, there have been those who’ve felt the MX-5’s remarkable chassis has been held back by a lack of power. To answer that, the company has given the 2.0-litre engine a comprehensive going-over aimed at making it spin harder and faster.