Review of Mazda MX-5 Miata convertible
Mazda has made a mark in the automobile industry for providing affordable car options that also fit the bill seamlessly in terms of style and quality. The brand has become indistinguishable from quality car sales and new turns in innovation in the industry. The founder of the company, Jujiro Matsuda chose the name Mazda to head his brand because it alludes to the Zoroastrian god of light and all things good. No wonder the company has made significant headway in the field to keep up to the challenge of its namesake.
The company has always been proactive in maintaining the quality standards within its lineup. However, for 2015, there have been some opportunities for celebrating the tradition of the brand. The Mazda MX- 5 Miata completed 25 glorious years in 2015. The model was re-launched with full pomp for this year’s customers. The popular sedan and SUV series under the automaker brand also saw some significant upgrades.
One thing that is clear about the Mazda MX-5 Miata convertible is that it has withstood the strictest test of time. The model has been one of the most popular lineups ever produced amongst automaker history. This year, Mazda re-launched the classic with a new twist in the form of the 25th anniversary edition level of the model. The new model celebrates a milestone for the company and now comes with a cloth top fold back rather than vinyl. It is still an excellent car with a lower power performance but high on fun and steering performance. If a two-seater car version is not very practical for you, this model might not be your right match. However, for car enthusiasts looking for the fun that is only understandable by convertible drivers, you really have no other options against the Mazda MX-5 Miata convertible in this segment. The Mazda MX-5 Miata has been launched in four different trim levels – Base sport, Grand touring, 25th anniversary edition, and the Club versions.
Review of Mazda 3s
Shopping for a compact version for a car directly translates to the customer’s need for fuel efficiency, overall value of money and reliability on the brand. The Mazda 3 series checks on all the above-mentioned factors and provides an extra value with inimitable style. The model has amazing steering performance and well-tuned system of suspension. Furthermore, Mazda 3 offers a bit more over conventional compact cars. Adaptive high performance of cruise control and an upgraded technology for collision-mitigation are just some of the additional features in this series of Mazda’s lineup. The cramped space that seems like a compromise for the sedan versions of the Mazda 3 series is largely alleviated with the hatchback versions of the series. The series is available in 3s and 3i trim levels. These are further broken down in to sub trim levels with 3i SV, 3i sport, 3i Touring, 3i Grand Touring, Mazda 3s Touring and Mazda 3s Grand Touring
Review of Mazda CX-9
Mazda’s brand image of resonates with affordability and sportiness. These two factors remain quite prevalent throughout the various series and models of the company’s lineup. This is definitely the case with the Mazda CX-9, which is the crossover SUV range from the company. Responsiveness and agile steering performance are key qualities offered by the model. The model has amazing boot space and headspace to accommodate large families with luggage. The Mazda CX-9 was redesigned a few times since its first model was introduced in 2007. This year the brand has updates on the latest in safety technologies. This includes monitoring potential blind spots in rear view, and traffic alert on rear crossing. The model is available in three trims – Sport, Touring, and Grand Touring.