SEDANS & HATCHBACKS
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2016 MAZDA CX-9
Mazda has the most affordable five-year cost of ownership of all automotive manufacturers according to Kelley Blue Book's KBB.com.
— KBB.com | February 2013
2013 model-year vehicle's projected cost to own for the initial five-year ownership period is based on the average Kelley Blue Book 5-Year Cost to Own data which considers depreciation and costs such as fuel and insurance. For more information, visit www.kbb.com.
"...the Mazda2 brings style, economy and fun to buyers who think that affordable small cars like the Honda Civic are just too big."
— U.S. News | April 2010
"The drive itself has been getting its fair share of thumbs-up, though, with descriptors like "fun" and "engaging" being tossed about. In all likelihood, this will be one of the better-handling cars in this growing segment."
"...they don’t come much more enjoyable than the Mazda 2."
— CarandDriver.com | August 2010
"The point is that Mazda has cranked out a positively brilliant car with the Mazda2, a car that can be seen as a poster child for a whole group of affordable greenformance cars."
— Winding Road | January 2011
"Mazda's diminutive hatchback could be the Honda Fit's hottest competition yet."
— CarandDriver.com | March 2010
"Around a few twisty portions of the drive route, the 2 showed great composure and stayed nearly flat through them. When it came to damping, the suspension soaked up road imperfections beautifully and easily eclipses competitors from Honda, Toyota and Nissan."
— AutoWeek | June 2010
"A huge -- and so far, very successful -- player in the ever-important globalized B-car segment."
— Motor Trend | May 2010
"It's not hard to see why the spunky yet refined Mazda 2 was such a huge hit abroad when the last generation debuted in 2007. ... Needless to say, we're glad Mazda's decided to crash the subcompact party."
— Automobilemag.com | June 2010
"The cute little hatchback will provide some serious competition for the likes of the Honda Fit, and Ford will surely see some inner-family competition against its own Fiesta..."
— Autoblog.com* | March 2010
"In sum, you can play a car like the Mazda2 as if it were a video game, with the resulting thrills and sense of accomplishment."
"The car felt agile and lively and carved through the corners admirably."
— Popular Mechanics | June 2010
"If driving dynamics are your main priority, the Mazda2 may give the Fit fits, and prove the Fiesta to be a siesta!"
— RoadandTrack.com | September 2010
"The Mazda 2 hustles through corners with Miata-like athleticism and plenty of steering feel."
— Car and Driver | October 2010
"... the Mazda2 retains its sense of enthusiasm in a segment where cars can easily become bland to appease the American palate."
— Winding Road | August 2010
"The Mazda2 was a delight to drive, even on the highway, where it managed to feel much more substantial than its small size would have you think."
— Automobilemag.com | August 2010
"... the Mazda 2 is pure driving fun."
— CarandDriver.com | August 2011
"The Mazda2 feels really agile and willing to turn, a sensation that is simply more fun and also quite handy in urban situations."
"Being so light, it's a more engaging car, one that makes the driver a bigger participant than he would be in most other small cars."
— Motor Trend | June 2010
"...the Mazda2 steers and handles in an enthusiast-pleasing manner. The low-inertia motor and tuning of the electric power steering made it just about the best unit we've experienced in a front-wheel-drive car in terms of feel and precision. The car felt agile and lively and carved through the corners admirably."
— PopularMechanics.com | June 2010
"The five-speed gearbox is crisp and positive, the steering is impressively communicative given its all-electric power assistance and body roll is well checked."
— Edmunds’ Inside Line | February 2010
"... some buyers will find that the Mazda2 offers an engaging driving experience at a lower cost than the Fiesta."
— Popular Mechanics | June 2010
"It became clear that for Mazda's North American introduction into the B-car segment, it did a really good job of balancing value and everyday practicality without forsaking what makes a Mazda a Mazda."
"The Mazda2 embraces the smallness of the B segment with style and sporty dynamics wrapped around an interior that looks and feels of quality rather than cost efficiency."
"From the look of it, the Mazda 2 adds 'genuinely attractive' to the list of newly discovered small-car attributes."
"Mazda's 'Nagare' design language is in full force here, and the 2 resembles a bite-sized Mazda3 hatchback."
— Automobilemag.com | December 2009
"The organic curves of the exterior are echoed by a dashboard that's neat, contemporary and logical."
"The Mazda2 feels solid and, thanks to some detail work on tuning out noise, much more quiet and comfortable than we've come to expect in this class."
"... front cabin space is ample with a driving position that favors driving over anything else. The seats provide the best lateral support in the segment too."
— RoadandTrack.com | June 2010