Are you starting a new family, or is yours a growing one? Finding the perfect family car comes down to a number of key considerations such as size, practicality, safety features, tech, size and finance. Luckily, at Brighton Mazda we have a range of family cars that will suit every growing family. Read on to find out our top recommendations for a family Mazda.
There’s now more to love about one of Australia’s favourite cars, with the stylish Mazda3 upping the ante on entry grade models, going on sale this month. Read all about the Mazda3 updates here, now available at Brighton Mazda.
Stop the presses! The Mazda CX-8 will arrive in Melbourne this year. Find out the official word on the launch from Mazda Australia.
Mazda have just announced a brand new SUV is coming to Australia in 2018! The brand-new Mazda CX-8 diesel is the perfect fit for those who need the versatility of seven seats and the economy that diesel affords. Here at Brighton Mazda we’ve listed the top 8 things you need to know about this exciting new SUV.
The Mazda3 is one of Australia’s most popular cars and has been in production for 40 years. But did you know there are six different model variants? From engine capacity to features, there’s quite a difference between Mazda3 model options. Our experts have outlined the key differences between each model so you can make an informed decision about which Mazda3 will suit your lifestyle.
If you’re looking to buy a new car from a dealership you’ll often have the choice of a brand-new vehicle or a demonstrator model – but which one should you go for? This important choice really depends on what your priorities are when it comes to your new car. In this article, we explain exactly what a demonstrator vehicle is, as well as compare the pros and cons of buying a brand-new versus a demo Mazda.
You might have seen a big red bouncing ball with a giant M on it in Melbourne this week, either on your TV screen or in your Facebook feed. Not to be confused with a delicious red M&M, this is the symbol for M Day, Mazda’s biggest sale of the year. So, what exactly is M Day and what does it mean for Mazda buyers?
For 2017 M Day will be held on Saturday the 9th of September at Brighton Mazda. M Day is often held on the first Saturday of September each year, but the date does change each year.
If you’ve had a look around the small SUV market and decided on a Mazda CX-3, we’ve got to say you’ve made an excellent choice. Now all that’s left to decide is which CX-3 to buy, and with so many models, transmission options and fuel options you’ve got quite a few more decisions to make! Knowing whether you want a diesel or a petrol, AWD (all-wheel drive) or FWD (front-wheel drive) and which model variant is one of the major decisions when choosing a new CX-3. We’ve created a simple guide to help you find out which build of our popular compact SUV is the right one for your lifestyle and budget.
So, you’ve purchased a brand new Mazda, congratulations! Next to regular serving, cleaning your Mazda properly is a sure-fire way to retain the value of your new car. Mazda are built with the highest quality paints and interiors, but using the wrong products or cleaning in the wrong way could potentially damage your paint or interior. This article on Mazda car cleaning will make sure you’re using the right cleaning products and methods to help ensure your vehicle maintains that ‘new car’ feeling.
Ever since its launch in 2012, Mazda’s CX-5 has held the Australian medium SUV market captive. Stylish looks, competitive pricing and all round practicality have seen Mazda CX-5 crowned as the most popular medium SUV in Australia, beating out stiff competition from Toyota, Honda and Nissan. Updated in January 2015, and additional safety specs added in 2016, 2017 see’s the most significant update since its inception. The 2016 model is well loved and still an excellent buy.
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