The Mazda 2 name dates back to 2002. This latest version showcases the firm's Skyactiv technology and 'Kodo' styling

Mazda 2

Mazda's Skyactiv tech revolution transforms its cheapest model

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The CX-3 has decent body control and stays admirably flat in corners

Mazda CX-3

New rival for the Nissan Juke and Renault Captur brings a new sense of maturity to the burgeoning small crossover market

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Mazda 3
The SkyActiv platform used in the 3 features more high and ultra-high-strength steel, offering greater strength and less weight

Mazda 3

Mazda's SkyActiv revolution hits the family hatchback class

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CX-5's exterior has been shaped using Mazda's 'Kodo - soul of motion' design

Mazda CX-5

Can efficiency-boosting SkyActiv technology help the Mazda CX-5 raise the crossover bar?

From £21,7107
Mazda MX-5
Mazda's MX-5 has been established for decades as an affordable and enjoyable rear-drive convertible

Mazda MX-5

The Mazda MX-5 is still great fun, and more grown up

From £17,6658
New Mazda 6 largely carries over the styling of the striking Takeri concept that previewed it

Mazda 6

The Mazda 6 is a Ford Mondeo rival with rakish styling and lightweight, low-emissions tech

From £17,5858
Second-generation Mazda 5 faces tougher than ever opposition

Mazda 5

The second-generation Mazda 5 faces tougher than ever opposition

From £17,8456
Mazda CX-7
The slightly leftfield Mazda CX-7 has become a serious contender with a diesel engine at last

Mazda CX-7 2007-2011

The slightly leftfield Mazda CX-7 has become a serious contender with a diesel engine at last

From £27,0807
Mazda 2
The Mazda 2's platform was engineered in-house, but shared with the Ford Fiesta

Mazda 2 (2007-2014)

Back in 2008 the Mazda 2 was voted World Car of the Year. Considering the car’s engineering thoroughness and individuality, that shouldn’t be a surprise.

From £9,9409
Mazda's family hatch aims to close the gap to the Focus and Golf

Mazda 3 2009-2012

The Mazda 3 hatchback is superbly refined and a more competitive package now previous faults are fixed

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