If Mazda has anything to do with it, you’ll be hearing a lot more of Skyactiv-X over the coming years, and not just in the new 3 hatch and saloon.

Attractive, great to drive, economical and good value. More of the same then from Mazda, but that’s no bad thing.

Mazda goes back to basics for the new MX-5, but is the iconic roadster still the car it once was?

Launching a car in Scotland in January is a brave move, but Mazda are taking a few gambles at the moment. From being seen as the next best choice after a Ford or Vauxhall, the Japanese brand is fighting hard to be seen as credible rivals to the likes ofContinue Reading

The last time Mazda made such a well received entry in to a market segment was with the original MX-5 in 1989. The CX-5 won’t go on to be held in such high regard 20 years later, but it’s an impressive bit of kit that should worry those that produceContinue Reading