The newest enticement by automakers to get you to buy their vehicle instead of the competitor’s is free maintenance.
The all-new 2014 Subaru Forester has been getting plenty of accolades lately but maybe none are bigger than the one Consumer reports has just given the new crossover.
In the compact crossover segment there are two hot new contenders. The all-new 2013 RAV4, which created the segment, and the 2014 Mazda CX-5 introduced last year.
Families who are looking to buy a small SUV should take notice.
When Mazda updated its crossover line-up last year with the 2013 CX-5 it appeared it may overtake the RAV4 as the sporty, fun to drive choice in the segment.
With its bold lines and taut features it just might make the grade at the New York International Auto Show. After all, the last two winners were the Volkswagen up! in 2012 and Nissan Leaf in 2011.
In the new crop of medium-size SUVs who would come out on top in a comparison test?
According to Kelley Blue Book, Mazda builds the most affordable vehicles to own over five-years compared to any other automotive manufacturer.
For 2013 Mazda has shuffled its MX-5 Miata trim levels introducing the Club trim.
The Mazda 6 sedan has been one of the company’s bestselling models for some time but with declining sales and a less than favorable conversion rate between the American dollar and the Japanese Yen,