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You could be forgiven for not even knowing the original Mazda 2 existed; it didn't make much of an impression on the new car market. Don't overlook it though, as the 2 makes an excellent used buy thanks to its Fiesta-based chassis, excellent reliability and spacious cabin. It's also fabulously inexpensive to run, with great fuel economy, low insurance rates and cheap road tax.
If you're looking for a small family car that's good to drive and reliable, but you don't want to follow the crowd, the 3 could fit the bill perfectly. With great dynamics and strong build quality, the 3 is well worth a closer look - but running costs can be high. If you're tempted, choose a post-July 2006 car as these have better chassis settings and improved interiors. While the 3 is class-leading in few areas, as an all-rounder it's a great small family hatch; just ask any owner.
With its Ford Focus roots, the Mazda 5 is great to drive, yet it's comfortable too. Even better, thanks to its long wheelbase, the 5 offers comfort, space and practicality in equal measure. But thanks to a lack of awareness, even though the 5 isn't that common, depreciation can be savage - which only serves to make Mazda's compact MPV more appealing for the used buyer. But despite the Mazda being Japanese, reliability can be an issue.
When launched, the Mazda 6 was a breath of fresh air in what's usually a rather dull and predictable market segment. With time the car has become overshadowed by newer, fresher rivals. But it still makes a great used buy, and in diesel estate form it's great to drive, well equipped, spacious and frugal.
There are plenty of reasons why the Mazda MX-5 is the best-selling sports car of all time; the key ones are the affordability, reliability and brilliant driving experience that it serves up. Such popularity ensures a steady supply of used cars, many of which are special editions. There have been at least two dozen of these, and they're invariably worth no more than standard cars. Don't dismiss 1.6-litre cars either; they're not especially quick, but they're still a blast to drive.
When Mazda introduced the RX-8, it made the rotary engine mainstream once more. Buyers lapped up this neatly styled family coupé-cum-saloon with its rear-hinged back doors and curvy bodywork, to revel in its cocooning cabin and to enjoy its brilliant rear-wheel drive handling. The shine has now dulled somewhat; low values have led to many examples being neglected, which is why you have to have your wits about you when buying. But source a good example, and you'll be rewarded with one of the most engaging family cars of the past decade.