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It looks like the time to go zoom-zooming off-road has arrived, judging by these pictures of the new Mazda CX-7, which is set to give rival SUVs a run for their money.
Japanese firm Mazda is to introduce a new system of re-employing retiring workers so they can pass on experience to the next generation of staff.
If you like the look of the Mazda RX-8 but need more than four seats, this could be the answer. It's the CX-7, which will debut at January's Los Angeles Motor Show.
When Auto Express tested Mazda's all-new MX-5 against its competitors in issue 883, we were smitten with its lively handling, styling and well built cabin. Our only major complaint concerned the engine.
Mazda's sensational new MX-5 is already picking up the silverware. The racy convertible delighted the firm's executives after securing Japan's prestigious Car of the Year award.
Whoever coined the phrase "less is more" obviously struck a chord at Mazda. A decade ago, the company was aiming high in the numbers game with its 323 - a car I proudly run in my spare time.
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