Buyer's Guide

Mazda

Mazda sets itself apart from the competition by crafting what are often the most fun to drive and stylish cars in their respective segments. Recently, the Japanese automaker began adding upscale trimmings in an attempt to become more luxurious.

Least Expensive: Serving as the entry point to the Mazda lineup, the tiny CX-3 subcompact SUV starts in the low $20,000s and is now only available in one trim.

Most Expensive: Mazda's three-row CX-9 is its priciest model and gets near-luxury levels of equipment in its range-topping Signature model that can nearly hit $50,000.

Most Fun to Drive: The iconic Mazda MX-5 Miata remains the quintessential driver's car, offering sublime driving dynamics and limits you can explore without risking your license.

Most Popular: One of the best compact SUVs available, the Mazda CX-5 blends practicality, excellent build quality, sporty handling, and gorgeous exterior design all in one package.

Utility/Offroad
$20640
34 / Hwy 29 / City
Overview Looking for info on the slightly larger Mazda CX-30? Head here for the full story. ...
$21900
33 / Hwy 25 / City
Overview The CX-30 is something of a 'tweener; it's sandwiched between the pint-sized CX-3 and the compact CX...
$25270
31 / Hwy 25 / City
Overview What's New...
$33960
28 / Hwy 22 / City
Overview Above a family of small crossovers including the CX-3, CX-30, and CX-5, Mazda's flagship offering is...
Sports
$26830
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Overview For 2020, all models are now equipped standard with blind-spot monitoring, rear cross-traffic alert,...
Midsize/Fullsize
$24325
35 / Hwy 26 / City
Overview Carrying over the main updates from its 2018 mid-cycle refresh, changes for 2020 include a new key f...
Compact
$20500
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