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  • October 10, 2017 - James Ash

    In 2019, Mazda will launch the new Mazda3 car and for the first time in the range’s history, it’ll be complete with torsion beam rear suspension. This new model was previewed as a bare chassis and mechanical prototype at Mazda’s 2017 Global Tech Forum in Germany. Visitors got a sneak… Read More

  • October 5, 2017 - James Ash

    Increased use of aluminium and composite materials seems to be key when it comes to saving weight in the automotive industry, but Mazda’s SkyActiv-X platform will buck conventional thinking by dropping kilos with an all-steel body in 2019. As reported in CarsGuide, this new infrastructure is set to debut in… Read More

  • August 18, 2017 - James Ash

    Ever since Nissan launched the Qashqai crossover in the late naughties, rival manufacturers have been playing a bit of catch up, in a bid to try and topple its popularity.  Now, the crossover market has become one of the most competitive in the UK, it seems buyers Now, the crossover… Read More

  • November 18, 2016 - Darren Cassey

    The Mazda 3 has always been something of an outside choice in the hatchback market, with the Skoda Octavia, Vauxhall Astra and Volkswagen Golf somewhat stealing the limelight However, with interesting styling and a high-quality interior, the 3 would make a decent alternative to the more established names. With the… Read More

  • July 15, 2016 - Sophie Williamson Stothert

    Mazda has extended its supermini range with the launch of the Mazda2 Red Edition. Arriving in dealerships from the 1 September, 2016, and limited to just 400 cars, the Red Edition’s small volumes make it an exclusive supermini choice that stands out from the crowd. Boasting high levels of standard… Read More

  • March 11, 2016 - Sarah Lewis

    This is Mazda's entry level supermini, the Mazda 2. The name has been around since 2002, but while previous generations have always been based on a Ford platform, this is an all-new generation developed from scratch by Mazda.  Mazda is on a bit of a roll and has replaced all… Read More

  • October 1, 2015 - Sarah Lewis

    We Brits have long had a love affair with the open top two seater sports car – just think back to Lotus, MG or Triumph. But ever since the early '90s only one car has truly captured the nation's heart; the Mazda MX5. Mazda has shaved over 100kg off the… Read More

  • February 6, 2015 - Chris Lloyd

    Small cars are big business in the UK, with a number of superminis sitting right at the top of the UK bestselling cars list, courtesy of their low prices and easy-to-drive nature. What this means for car buyers, is that there are many models to choose from, including the UK’s… Read More

  • January 5, 2015 - Chris Lloyd

    The brand new Mazda 2 supermini may be waiting in the wings, but the old model isn’t ready to bow out just yet; Mazda has announced two final models – the Black and White Editions. These new models were launched at the turn of the new year and weigh in… Read More

  • November 20, 2014 - Chris Lloyd

    Crossovers are big business. Appearing almost out of nowhere, these compact SUVs, which are largely based on hatchback underpinnings, have quickly established themselves amongst the most popular cars in the UK. Mazda is now the latest manufacturer to get in on the action, with the brand new CX-3. Unveiled at… Read More

  • April 8, 2014 - Daljinder Nagra

    Mazda has been forced to issue a voluntary recall notice in the United States after spiders began setting up home in a number of its cars. The problem has been caused by the yellow sac spider, which is attracted to the car’s engine bay by the smell of petrol and… Read More

  • March 14, 2014 - James Baggott

    There’s room in Mazda’s product plans for sporty MPS variants – but the manufacturer needs to get the basics right first. That’s the opinion of the Japanese manufacturer’s UK managing director Jeremy Thomson who says it’s not just the media and fans that want to see a sporty offering in… Read More

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