Underrated and largely under the MPV market radar, the mk 2 Mazda 5 is anything but an underachiever. Especially in 2.0-litre DISI form, as Jonathan Crouch discovers.
Existing Mazda owners may be surprised by the third generation Mazda6, a family car with more than mere practicality to recommend it. June Neary checks out the improved version.
The Mazda6 has come in for a refresh. Does this turn a very good car into a class leader? Jonathan Crouch reports.
The third generation Mazda6 is a huge improvement over its predecessor and represents an under-rated choice in the Mondeo-sized medium range segment with its sector-leading SKYACTIV technology driving down running costs. Most UK sales will be of the 2.2 diesel models, but could the frugal 2.0-litre petrol versions actually be a better bet for lower mileage buyers? Jonathan Crouch checks out the improved version and decides.
The Tourer estate version of the third generation Mazda6 may be shorter than the saloon on which it's based but it's still a very practical choice. Jonathan Crouch checks out the improved version.
The Mazda5 has been one of those cars that barely puts a foot wrong but is unjustly overlooked by the British public. Maybe the latest diesel model can rectify things as Jonathan Crouch reports.
We loved the much-improved second generation Mazda2. The third generation car looks a big step on again. Jonathan Crouch reports
The Mazda3 is a car that has underachieved but the current third generation model is a much stronger proposition that now offers a more frugal 1.5-litre diesel option. The experts at Car & Driving check the range out.
The Mazda3 Fastback boldly goes where few cars have sold before. Jonathan Crouch wonders whether this small saloon can change the script.
Can good looks and a sporty driving experience make MPV practicality more desirable? Steve Walker checks out the Mazda5.
Once, small Mazdas worth buying began and ended with the MX-5 Sports Car. That's no longer the case, as June Neary discovers.