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Mazda Reviews

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Good: Impressive small hatch that offers a fine blend of comfort and handling. Good economy. Well equipped as standard. The best looking and altogether nicest small car in the class.
Bad: No spare wheel - just a tyre repair kit. Some build quality issues.
Good: Looks great. Premium interior with excellent standard specification. Skyactiv-X petrol engine likely to be worth waiting for.
Bad: Rear seats a bit claustrophobic. Poor rear visibility. Entry-level 2.0-litre petrol feels slow compared to turbocharged rivals.
Good: Nimble and agile handling. Spacious cabin is very well made. Huge improvements to refinement and steering from October 2016
Bad: On 19-inch wheels suspension of 2012-2016 cars can feel firm at low speeds. Rear headroom in the saloon is limited for adult passengers.
Good: Great to drive. Well-finished cabin. Comfortable and practical. Huge improvements to refinement and steering from October 2016
Bad: Load area not as big as a Passat Estate. Suspension of 2013-2016 cars firm when on 19-inch wheels.
Good: Enjoyable and good to drive. Good quality interior finish. 2.0-litre petrol is smooth and economical.
Bad: Cramped in the back and small boot. Ongoing problem with a/c condensers and evaporators.
Good: Stylish SUV sit between CX-3 and CX-5 to compete with Qashqai, 3008, Kuga and Tiguan.
Bad: Arrives UK late 2019. Pricing TBA
Good: Enjoyable to drive, head-turning looks, upmarket interior.
Bad: Touchscreen looks a bit cheap compared to rivals. Petrol feels slow compared to turbocharged rivals. Diesel can be noisy when revved.
Good: Excellent handling makes it fun to drive. 1.5-litre model works very well on uneven UK roads. 2.0 as quick as many drivers would ever want. Well-equipped for the money.
Bad: No rear seats. Avoid the automatic gearbox unless you really need an auto.
Good: Coupe style and folding hard top. Just as good to drive as the soft-top. Available with an auto.
Bad: Very limited headroom for taller occupants with the roof up. Poor over the shoulder rear 3/4 vision. Lots of wind noise with the roof down at motorway speeds. Avoid the auto unless you really have to.
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