NEW RELEASE: Front Brake Pads for the Mazda 3, Mazda 5 and Mazda 2

Less Brake Dust and More Stopping Power:

After the overwhelming success of the CorkSport Front Brake Pads for the Mazdaspeed 3 and Front Brake Pads for the Mazdaspeed 6 we decided to offer the pads to all Mazda 3, Mazda 5 and Mazda 2 owners.


Designed using a proprietary semi-metallic and ceramic formula, CorkSport brake pads offer superior stopping capability without compromising wear and unlike other metallic brake pads on the market, do not require a “warm-up” period to perform to their full potential.

The CorkSport brake pads are a low dust solution that will help to keep your wheels nice and clean and this highly durable compound provides less fade on your brake pads. Made for superior performance in all weather conditions, the CorkSport brake pads have been thoroughly tested for endurance and braking power both on and off the track.

“Upgrading your brake pads will not only provide performance improvements for your Mazda, but provides added safety for your vehicle.” Said CorkSport owner and race car driver, Derrick Ambrose “Having driven on these pads extensively, I can say without a doubt that you will notice improved stopping performance and braking responsiveness with CorkSport brake pads on your vehicle”

The CorkSport Brake Pads come with all you need for a front pad replacement for the Mazda 2 and Mazda 5. We have front and rear sets for the Mazda 3.

CorkSport brake pads are warrantied against all defects from workmanship and materials, come with full color installation instructions, all of the needed installation hardware, and knowledgeable telephone installation support.


We have the Mazda 3 or Mazda 5 Front Pads available here:

Mazda 3 Rear Pads are Available here:

Mazda 2 Front Pads are available here:

Attack of the Smile!

Mazda is continuing to keep the smiles coming for the entire product line. The 2011 Mazda 5 will be shown at the upcoming Geneva Motor Show in March. The new model really gets the Nagare styling (Nagare means flow in Japanese) even more so than the upcoming Mazda 2 and current Mazda 3.

So why am I writing about the Mazda 5? The new models that come out point to styling changes and show the direction Mazda is headed for future models. There is a chance for a new RX-7 in the future, and this gives us some idea of what kind of styling we can expect from Mazda. Overall I like the look of the new 5. The flowing lines on the side break it up a bit and it looks less like a box compared to the current model.

The most interesting item I see when I look at the new model is that I almost see a knife/sword image in the flowing style of the van. In the above pictures it really stands out. It makes me wonder what Mazda is saying.