The short answer to the question above? Absolutely. In Australia, no car ever becomes a bestseller for more a decade, let alone two if it didn’t meet the market’s extreme demands for durability and dependability. The Mazda 3 has always been in the top 10 most popular cars in Australia since its introduction in the early 2000s. Its stablemate, the Mazda CX-5, has also consistently made the “most popular” lists as well.
When it comes to the maintenance of your beloved Mazda 3, it’s probably safe to say that you won’t spare any expense. If at all possible, you’ll entrust everything to a trusted Mazda 3 Perth shop to keep your car in great shape inside and out. Still, no matter how willing you are to spend for your car, you have to admit that regular check-ups and maintenance works cost a LOT. It may be easier on your schedule, but definitely much harder on your wallet.
As your local trusted Mazda CX-3 dealers, we enjoy bringing you content that allows you to get the most out of your Mazda CX-3. One of the best things about owning a CX-3 is that it’s photogenic and it looks great anywhere. Many drivers would like to take great pictures of their cars, but it can be hard to get them to turn out like the top car review websites.
Both the Mazda 2 sedan and hatch have plenty of onboard equipment to keep you informed, entertained and safe as you drive. However, an increasing number of Australians are finding themselves stranded at the side of the road due to a flat battery problem. In this article, we will take a closer look at this issue and offer three ways to avoid this situation.
It’s advisable to get a regular Mazda service. Perth drivers can then rest easy that their car is well maintained and safe to drive. However, there are maintenance tasks that can be carried out by anyone with some basic knowledge. One of the critical parts of any car is the battery, and there are many different ones available.
If you’ve recently been looking at the Mazda 2 sedan and hatch, you may have noticed an interesting new development. Mazda has now released a GT variant for their 2 range, and at first glance, this may seem strange. As a smaller car it’s hard to imagine the 2 as a Grand Tourer, so what is the purpose of this model? Let’s delve a little deeper and find out in this review.
Both the Mazda 6 sedan GT and the Toyota Camry SL V6 are medium family cars with performance aspirations that stick to a tried and tested formula. This isn’t to say that they are generic, far from it, both of these cars are aesthetically and mechanically pleasing without being clones of each other. The Mazda 6 is a striking car that will certainly lure in drivers seeking something more inspirational. The Toyota Camry is more workmanlike, and it will certainly excel as a fleet car. Let’s take a closer look at what these cars have to offer and how they stack up against each other.
The small car non premium segment is one of the hotly contested areas in the Australian car sales market. The mid year 2018 sales figures have the Toyota Corolla ahead of the Mazda 3 by a very small margin. At this modest spending point, drivers would like to get the best bang for their buck, but most cars in this segment don’t offer much to get excited about. However, both of these cars are a popular choice for a reason, and we thought it may be interesting to look at what they have to offer.
The third generation Mazda 6 is now with us, and the entire range is supplied with excellent tyres that have been fitted at the factory. It’s fair to say that using Original Equipment (OE) for repairs and replacement is almost always the best choice. This will keep the car as close as possible to Mazda’s design ethos and engineering tolerances. When it comes to tyres, it’s not always possible to get the exact same set, and a close match may have to suffice. Tyres wear out, and when they need to be replaced, it’s natural to look at all the options available. In recent years we have seen run flat tyres become more widely available, but some drivers may not fully understand how they work.
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