New Mazda 6 2013 - Which? first drive
http://whi.ch/mazda62013?utm_campaign=video_cars&utm_medium=video&utm_sourc e=youtube_channel&utm_content=mazda62013&utm_term=description The 2013 Mazda 6 is one the most fuel-efficient cars in its class -- and one of the best-looking. Can it tempt buyers from the all-conquering BMW 3 Series? Mazda's flagship large car is available as a four-door saloon or an estate, called the Tourer. Unlike the old 6, there's no five-door hatchback -- apparently buyers see saloons as more upmarket. Prices for diesel models start at £21,795 for the 148bhp 2.2-litre saloon, rising to £28,045 for the 173bhp 2.2 Tourer auto in fully-loaded Sport Nav spec. Petrol versions are significantly cheaper, at £19,595 for the entry-level 143bhp 2.0 saloon and £24,865 for the top-spec 163bhp 2.0 Tourer.
Ford B-Max - Which? first drive
http://whi.ch/fordbmaxvid?utm_campaign=video_cars&utm_medium=video&utm_sour ce=youtube_channel&utm_content=fordbmax&utm_term=description The Ford B-Max is a compact five-seat MPV based on the Ford Fiesta, but some five inches longer. Among its clever features are sliding rear doors and a lack of B-pillars to ease access for rear-seat passengers. But is it clever enough? Find out in our full review. http://whi.ch/fordbmaxvid
Honda HR-V - Which? first drive
40,000 sales in the UK alone in 2014 - that's how popular Nissan's compact SUV - the Juke - has become. That number has made Honda sit up and take notice, and now the brand intends to steal some of these registrations. The HR-V is essentially a jacked-up version of the 2015 Honda Jazz, so we're expecting big things.