Mazda Reviews

Mazda has participated in the Australian market since the 1960s when it was regarded more as a maker of sound, if unremarkable cars. It is well known for its flirtation with the Wankel rotary engine, and its revival of the sports car in the 1980s with its cute MX-5, but in recent years it has zoomed to unprecedented popularity on the back of an appealing range of light, small and mid-sized hatches, sedans and wagons, an extensive range of SUVs, and a range of utilities, many with diesel engine options. Models include the Mazda2, 3, and 6 passenger cars, the CX-3, CX-5 and CX-7 SUVs, MX-5 sports roadster, and the BT-50 utilities.

Latest Mazda reviews

Mazda CX-9 Azami AWD 2018: family test

I’d heard so much about the revered Mazda CX-9 before I drove it...Read more

Mazda 6 GT wagon 2017 review

Not all wagons are created equal, and if it's cargo space you're...Read more

Mazda BT-50 2017 review: off-road route to the Birdsville races

We were parked just outside the front door of the Marree pub, in the South...Read more

Mazda 3 2017 review: 40-year evolution from the first 323

Many things in life can't be done twice. Being born, reading War and...Read more

Mazda 2 Genki hatch 2017 review

While our smallest vehicles have never been better, fewer people are...Read more

Used Mazda 3 review: 2009-2013

Who'd have thought it, a Mazda knocking off the likes of Ford, Holden...Read more

Used Mazda 3 review: 2004-2009

The BK Mazda3 was a conventional front-wheel drive (FWD) small car that...Read more

Mazda CX-5 Touring petrol 2017 review

Mazda's CX-5 was Australia's best-selling SUV in 2016. It was...Read more

Mazda 3 2017 review

For over a decade, the Mazda3 has been part of a three-way battle for...Read more

Mazda 3 SP25 2017 review: snapshot

The SP25 (starting at $25,690) marks the introduction to the range of the...Read more

Mazda 3 SP25 GT 2017 review: snapshot

The GT is a step up from both the 2.0-litre Touring and 2.5-litre GT, with...Read more

Mazda 3 Maxx 2017 review: snapshot

The Maxx is the second tier in the 3 range, fitting between the 2.0-litre...Read more