2017 Mazda Ratings, Reviews and Awards

Several significant changes happened to the 2017 Mazda lineup, from styling updates and improved safety features to an entirely new trim for the MX-5 Miata. The MX-F RF impressed, giving customers a hard-top coupe version of the sporty roadster with lightning-quick acceleration speeds, excellent fuel efficiency, and the futuristic style fans come to expect from Mazda. The manufacturer didn’t leave out its other vehicles, giving notable upgrades to its most popular in the lineup, like the Mazda 3’s now-standard G-Vectoring Control, noise-canceling improvements, and some stylish tweaks to its design. New to the Mazda 6 this year was standard infotainment and G-Vectoring, while the CX-3 found itself with a few different package options and more standard features on its Touring trim. The CX-9 went mostly unchanged after its massive makeover the previous year that gave it a lower curb weight from lighter materials, but Mazda did put some focus on the CX-5, offering a redesigned dashboard, standard LED lights, and an emergency braking system.
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2017 Mazda models
CX-3
The official Canadian Utility Vehicle of the Year, the 2017 Mazda CX-3 gives you impressive fuel economy, style and power all in a utility.
$20,900 - $27,180
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$20,900 - $27,180
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CX-5
The well-equipped 2017 Mazda CX-5 is their most popular crossover for a reason. It combines convenience, comfort, and style for the ideal ride.
$25,020 - $31,670
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$25,020 - $31,670
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CX-9
A big three-row crossover SUV, the 2017 Mazda CX-9 still retains excellent handling and speed, making it a pleasure to drive.
$32,460 - $45,255
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$32,460 - $45,255
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Mazda3 4-Door
Making every day enjoyable, the 2017 Mazda3 gives you excellent handling and speed inside of a practical 4-door sedan.
$18,720 - $25,070
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$18,720 - $25,070
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Mazda3 5-Door
A sports hatchback that’s made for adventuring and everyday life, the Mazda3 5-door gives you tremendous handling with plenty of room for cargo.
$19,970 - $25,820
MSRP
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$19,970 - $25,820
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Mazda6
A premium sedan, the 2017 Mazda6 gives you the ideal combination of handling, comfort, and luxury with plenty of room in the back.
$22,835 - $31,585
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$22,835 - $31,585
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MX-5 Miata
$25,790 - $32,145
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$25,790 - $32,145
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MX-5 Miata RF
$32,430 - $35,800
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$32,430 - $35,800
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Several significant changes happened to the 2017 Mazda lineup, from styling updates and improved safety features to an entirely new trim for the MX-5 Miata. The MX-F RF impressed, giving customers a hard-top coupe version of the sporty roadster with lightning-quick acceleration speeds, excellent fuel efficiency, and the futuristic style fans come to expect from Mazda. The manufacturer didn’t leave out its other vehicles, giving notable upgrades to its most popular in the lineup, like the Mazda 3’s now-standard G-Vectoring Control, noise-canceling improvements, and some stylish tweaks to its design. New to the Mazda 6 this year was standard infotainment and G-Vectoring, while the CX-3 found itself with a few different package options and more standard features on its Touring trim. The CX-9 went mostly unchanged after its massive makeover the previous year that gave it a lower curb weight from lighter materials, but Mazda did put some focus on the CX-5, offering a redesigned dashboard, standard LED lights, and an emergency braking system.
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