May 2017 Mazda News

In May’s Mazda news, we’ve curated a selection of articles that looks at a new CX-8 model – spotted in California – a possible new edition to the line-up?  Moving to the Mazda brand itself, an article about a Mazda museum in Germany showcasing the manufacturer’s legacy.  Additionally we’ve included in-depth reviews of the CX-9 and Mazda 3 models and much more…enjoy!

Mazda Brand News

More pictures from a thoroughly excellent Mazda collection

Fans of obscure Japanese cars, rejoice. Then head to Germany and Mazda’s new museum

Source: www.topgear.com/car-news/photo-day/more-pictures-thoroughly-excellent-mazda-collection

Mazda Model News

2016 Mazda CX-9 – Long-Term Road Test Update

Our Mazda CX-9 has just begun its 40,000-mile adventure in our care. Read our first update on our long-term CX-9 and see photos at Car and Driver.

Source: www.caranddriver.com/reviews/2016-mazda-cx-9-long-term-test-review

Mazda 3 2017 review

For over a decade, the Mazda3 has been part of a three-way battle for supremacy in the Australian small car market. It’s testament to the 3’s ever-growing reputation that it continues to hold its own.

Source: www.carsguide.com.au/car-reviews/mazda-3-55949

Mazda CX-8 spotted in California, is this the 7-seat CX-5? | PerformanceDrive

An undisguised shot of the upcoming Mazda CX-8 has been shared on social media, leading many to believe that this is the long-rumoured seven-seater CX-5 variant and not a coupe version of the CX-9. Mazda previewed the new SUV last month with a singular interior shot, showing a three-row, six seat version with two bucket seats in the middle row. The CX-8 will be offered with six- or seven-seat configuration options. It is significantly shorter than CX-9, by 115mm and 129mm narrower, meaning it still sits in the same medium SUV category as CX-5, despite sharing the larger car’s wheelbase. Despite pleas …

Source: performancedrive.com.au/mazda-cx-8-spotted-california-7-seat-cx-5-1613/

Self-braking now standard on every Mazda SUV

Updates to CX-3 crossover complete Mazda’s safety line-up.

Source: www.drive.com.au/motor-news/selfbraking-now-standard-on-every-mazda-suv-20170511-gw33ry.html

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