Tag : Mazda
Martyn Collins puts the electric Mazda’s range to the test.
Martyn Collins makes the switch to a fully electric car for his latest long-termer.
Quirky, but the MX-30 is great to drive, well-equipped and affordable, says Martyn Collins.
The Mazda MX-30 challenges EV conventions and if you can live with the range, it will offer an interesting alternative to rivals, says Martyn Collins.
The new Skyactiv-X petrol is clever, and the pick of the engines in the latest Mazda3, reckons Martyn Collins.
Not just the Mazda3 on stilts, the CX-30 strengthens the Japanese brand’s SUV range, thinks Martyn Collins.
Jonathan Musk drives the Mazda3 diesel, which aims to take on Focus and Golf and beat them at their own game.
Finally the Mazda3 gets a sharp suit to match its keen drive, finds Martyn Collins.
In a tough sector, the 6 offers something a little different to the norm, says Alex Grant.
Mazda sees electric vehicles offering less near-future potential for cutting CO2 emissions than improvements to combustion engines, owing to the way the energy is generated.
Mazda has launched its updated CX-3 compact SUV in Japan, debuting a new 114bhp 1.8-litre diesel engine as a replacement for the old 1.5-litre unit.
Mazda has updated the CX-3 compact SUV with new technology and engine upgrades to bring emissions in line with the latest Euro 6d requirements.
The CX-3’s updates are easily missed in a car park, but obvious on the road, says Alex Grant.
Does a folding metal roof blunt the MX-5’s lightweight appeal? Alex Grant finds out.
The Mazda6 will get updated styling, premium interior upgrades and new technology as part of a heavy upgrade due next year.
Fleet World’s round-up of the most important headlines from the 2017 Tokyo Motor Show.
Mazda has previewed its next-generation 3 and 6 models, outlining a product strategy which will combine more efficient combustion engines with electrification technology.
Mazda is to launch a new petrol engine using compression ignition to bring similar or better fuel efficiency than its current diesels.
Refinement and technology improvements are at the heart of Mazda’s revisions, says Dan Gilkes.
Visitors to the Fleet Show are to be given exclusive access to the all-new Mazda CX-5 ahead of its launch in the UK.