Mazda2 name replaces Japan-market Demio. Mazda’s compact hatchback now even gets Lane-Keep Assist and radar cruise control.
Here’s what’s in store for the Malaysian-spec fourth gen Mazda 3 sedan and hatch.
"People coming from four-cylinder diesels and turbo petrols will find this a little odd..."
Two engines, two body styles, priced from RM140k to RM161k
BBR gets the spanners out for Mazda's finest. But is 220bhp the right amount of power in an MX-5?
And yet it produces a very healthy 175bhp: new 2.0-litre ‘Skyactiv-X’ four-cyl confirmed.
"The ride. It’s really quite firm and busy. Probably too much so for a car of this performance."
As everyone else downsizes, Mazda’s going big. Good.
For anyone who thought there wasn't enough competition already.
Mazda’s new 3 family hatch: low on excitement, high on quiet satisfaction.