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