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Mazda3 2.0 120PS Sport Nav road test report and review

Mazda3 2.0 120PS Sport Nav road test report and review

Mazda3 2.0 120PS Sport  Nav road test report and review :  The popular Mazda3 gets a midlife nip and tuck. DAVID HOOPER has been trying to spot the changes. THE popular Mazda3 range has been updated for 2017 and although both the hatch and Fastback models have been tweaked, the differences are hard to spot […]

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Mazda CX-3 1.5 105ps 2WD Sport Nav Diesel (2)

Mazda CX-3 1.5 105ps 2WD Sport Nav Diesel road test report and review

THE Mazda CX-3 looks like the baby brother to the CX-5 we tested last year and liked very much. This latest addition to the Mazda garage sits in the Mini SUV class, which is an increasingly packed corner of the market and includes the popular Nissan Juke and Renault Captur.

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Mazda MX-5 2.0 Sport Nav road test report and review

Mazda MX-5 2.0 Sport Nav road test report and review

THE Mazda MX-5 is the world’s favourite sports car – it is also mine! It has always been a fabulous little car with almost bullet-proof reliability, but this new model raises the bar again and is the best so far. Accused of being a girl’s car in some quarters, it now looks far more aggressive, or perhaps I’m just more in touch with my feminine side, but I really don’t care, I love it and thoroughly enjoyed my few days with this newcomer.

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Mazda6 2.2D 150ps Sport Nav Tourer road test report and review

Mazda6 2.2D 150ps Sport Nav Tourer road test report and review

THE Mazda6 Tourer is one of my favourite estate cars and one that has never had any difficulty in catching the eye, but now, thanks to its midlife refresh for 2015, its styling stands out from the crowd even more than before.

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New Mazda6 road test

New Mazda6 review: Classy styling, exciting tech

ROAD TEST REPORT AND REVIEW: New Mazda6 range first drive Packed with new technology and a different approach to the future of engine design, DAVID HOOPER has a look at the new Mazda6 range. YOU’RE looking at the most important new car Mazda has ever made – and that’s by the company’s own admission – […]

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