The Mazda 3 range is deservedly popular with Australian car buyers for a variety of reasons. It’s fun to drive, stylish inside and out, has excellent fuel consumption and there are two engine options available. If all that wasn’t enough, you can get a Mazda 3 sedan or hatchback. Every variant now has auto emergency braking (AEB) fitted as standard, and there are other active safety features on board. Let’s take a look at what the range has to offer so that you can make an informed choice.
As drivers, we often hear about the various merits of fuel efficiency. This is a very common term used to sell cars, but in reality, most people have no idea what it actually means. In this article we will take a look at what fuel efficiency is and some factors that can affect it on the road.
A Mazda service carried out regularly by trained technicians is a great way to keep your car running well. A well cared for modern car doesn’t really ask for very much in the way of serious attention or ongoing maintenance
The Mazda 2 is an excellent vehicle for using during the week and for trips away at the weekend. Although it’s not an SUV or crossover, it can still carry a decent amount of luggage for a family excursion. The key to getting the most out of a more modest sized boot is to rethink how you would pack a boot.
The new 2018 top spec Mazda 3 SP25 Astina probably has just about everything that you would want in a prestige format smaller car. However, it’s up against extremely strong competition from the likes of the Audi A3, and this will lead customers to question its value.
Choosing between a medium and a large sized family wagon can be a little difficult to wrap your head around. At first glance, the differences may seem obvious in terms of price and physical size. However, there is more to this than you may think and wagons in smaller classes may still be able to meet your needs. In order to illustrate this, we will take a look at the practical aspects of the Touring Mazda 6 Wagon and one of its rivals the Holden Commodore RS Sportwagon.
Mazda has confirmed that the new CX-8 will be available for sale from the 1st of July here in Australia. The CX-8 will slot into the range below the marginally larger Mazda CX-9. The full specifications and pricing structure will be released closer to the launch. Despite the confirmation of all the details, there are some things that we already know about the Mazda CX-8. There are also industry rumours surrounding this car which may give some insight into what we can expect. Let’s take a sneaky pre-release look at the much anticipated new Mazda CX-8.
If you’re planning a trip, you may not want to leave your four legged friends behind. Unfortunately, many dogs struggle with car travel, and you won’t want your new CX 3 ruined. So, here we’ll explore some top tips for taking your dogs our in your new Mazda.
The new Mazda CX 9 is a fantastic family vehicle, great for those road trips and holidays. Unfortunately, if you plan on taking a caravan, boat or trailer, you may worry about undertaking this task. There are a lot of myths surrounding towing, so here we’ll bust the common myths to provide you with the confidence to hit the open road.
There is a police crackdown on drivers incorrectly using fog lights, so if you want to avoid a fine and demerits, you need to know when your fog lights should and shouldn’t be used. These high intensity, secondary lights can dazzle other drivers, creating a danger on the roads, so here is your guide to the fog lights on your Mazda 3
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