It's among the coolest-looking cars in the world. It's a darling of drivers looking for terrific handling on a tight budget. Fuel economy is at the top of the class. The hatchback is a hot little hauler. And you can finally get the more powerful of its two engines with a manual transmission -- zoom, zoom! So why does the Mazda 3 lag so far behind duller rivals like the Toyota Corolla, Chevrolet Cruze, and Hyundai Elantra in the compact-car sales race? To find out, this video review examines what's good and what's not so great about the 3. Ride along as we assess its prices, features, specs, fuel economy, release date and more.
2016 Mazda CX-3 First Drive Review- New Zippy & Peppy AWD Mini-ute SUV. The 2016 Mazda CX-3 is a brand new compact crossover that is set to compete with cars like the Honda HR-V, the Fiat 500X and the Nissan Juke. In this first drive review Emme reviews the newest Mazda to hit your local showroom.
2016 Mazda CX-3 AWD Snowy Rocky Mountain Off-Road Review
The 2016 Mazda CX-3 is a new age sub compact AWD crossover. It's designed to be frugal, tidy and fun to drive, but how will it do off-road in the slowly Colorado Rocky Mountains? In this TFLcar snow Off-Road review Nathan find out.
2016 Mazda CX-5 Review - The #1 CUV For Driving Enthusiasts. Josh (from Right Foot Down) takes the 2016 Mazda CX-5 out for a mix of back roads driving and everyday errands to see how much fun has been baked in to this crossover.
Accompany us on a fast-paced video review of the compact crossover that handles like a sports sedan, gets the mileage of an economy car, and slices through snow like an SUV. The 2016 is the best-ever Mazda CX-5, too, with cool new styling touches, an elegantly updated interior, and newly available safety features. Fuel economy is near the head of the class. So is passenger room and comfort. And it's priced competitively. So why is it so far down the class sales charts?
2016 Mazda CX-9 - Gone is the old car's six cylinder and like many other new car's Mazda has gone with a small displacement turbo-charged 4 cylinder. In this exclusive TFLcar everything you ever wanted to know video, Nathan gets the early scoop on the all new 2016 Mazda CX-9.
Compared to the sea of "me-too" mid-sized sedans, the Mazda6 stands out. Sleek styling and sporty handling make it more engaging than the norm, yet excellent fuel economy shows it has a practical side.
That dazzling new face with its necklace of LEDs below the grille heralds a rapid response to escalating competition in the midsize-sedan class. Mazda's 6 already leads the pack in road manners and bodywork. So what keeps it near the bottom of the class in sales? Too little power? Too high a price? Too few features? A sooner-than-expected freshening upgrades the '16 with distinctive front-end lighting and an impressive new dash. Is it enough to sway you from a Camry, Accord, Altima, or Fusion? Ride along with our video review to find out.
On this episode of Ignition presented by Tire Rack, Jonny Lieberman heads to Scotland to get his hands on the latest iteration of Mazda's famed and legendary roadster, the Miata. Motor Trend, having much to do with the creation of the first generation of this car, was particularly excited about covering this new model, considering the last generation model debuted nearly 10 years ago. The new Miata, featuring a 2.0l engine outputting 155 hp and 148 lb-ft of torque, aims to accomplish what made the original Miata such a good car, but is it actually better than the first, second, and third generation cars? Stay tuned while Jonny finds out.
Now in its fourth generation, the latest MX-5 Miata sticks to the successful fun-to-drive roadster formula, but adds more room and features. Lighter, shorter, and less powerful, it avoids the industry trend of bulking up.
We crunched data from the owners of more than 740,000 vehicles to find the most, and least, reliable car brands. Two trouble spots that caused problems for some brands were infotainment systems and recently developed transmissions.
At Mazda, we've always believed that driving a vehicle isn't just about getting to a destination; it's about how you feel along the way. That's why we put so much passion into building cars that are fun to drive, because we believe that driving matters. And in our new advertising campaign named after this sentiment, you'll see this message expressed in an emotional way that says it all. Over the next few months Mazda Canada will bring new ad campaigns on various platforms that speak to how driving is relevant for Canadian consumers, why Driving Matters.
At Courtenay Mazda, we believe the key to our success is our people, our automotive products, and simply the way that we satisfy our customers' needs in a professional and caring manner. Our mandate has always been to continue to grow, test new ways and ideas and reinvest back into our business so we can exceed our customer's expectations.