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Two great options, but which one's for you depends.

A lot of science went into making this crossover better.

The hardtop almost-convertible is an interesting proposition.

For long highway trips and dog transport, it's not perfect

Just because you can, doesn't always mean you should.

Like, uh, literally.

When you're this low to the ground, everything looks different.

You think the Miata is fun on the street? Watch this.

It may not be for everybody, but it’s refreshingly perfect for some.

If there's such a thing as a driver's crossover, this is it.

An Early Test Of The Enthusiast's Three-Row Crossover

We get an early shot at the 2017 Mazda CX-9, in pre-pre-production form. Under all that camouflage lies one very entertaining three-row crossover.

Championing The Roadster Revolution

We finally test the 2016 Mazda MX-5 Miata in US-spec form with its 2.0-liter Skyactiv engine. Spoiler alert: it's awesome.

A Great-Driving Entry In The Compact CUV Space

The booming compact CUV segment just got a little more interesting with the addition of the dynamic 2016 Mazda CX-3. We take one out for a full test in Arizona.

Rounding Out The Package Without Dulling The Edges

Mazda's CX-5 has always been a small crossover with driverly appeal. The newest refresh may push it into the sweet spot of the segment, for everyone.

A Historically Accurate Fourth Generation That Moves Us

We get our first taste of the 2016 Mazda MX-5 Miata in a pre-production, Japanese-spec model. Senior Editor Steven Ewing puts the new Miata through its paces along the gorgeous backroads of Spain.

How I Used All The Grip The Six Could Offer (And Some Luck)

The Winter Without End is seemingly dead. Outside my office windows, my brown and yellow lawn is fully exposed to the increasingly powerful sunshine, the morning birdsong is louder than anything until the garbage trucks start rolling, and I'm seriously considering having the summer tires put back on my personal fleet. That last one is a little scary, as I'm a firm believer in the April Snow Jinx, but you get the idea.

Smiling On The Inside

Almost by definition, affordable compact cars aren't supposed to be fun. Sure, hot hatches get our blood pumping, but not long ago, the terms "compact car" and "economy car" could safely be used interchangeably. A key exception for the last decade has been the Mazda3, a car that has consistently delivered more dynamic thrills and tactile feedback than its contemporaries. Competitors have picked up their game significantly in recent years, however, leaving the Mazda3 wanting in several areas, inc

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