Mazda Premieres at Paris 2010

Mazda Premieres at Paris 2010

Mazda2 Facelift – Now even more Stylish & Comfortable
The new Mazda family face is introduced along with new exterior colours and wheel designs for a sportier look. On the inside, quality look and feel is improved by new materials, seat fabrics and colours, while body and suspension updates improve ride comfort. Rounding out the facelift package is an updated engine line-up with Euro 5 compliance for all powertrains, including an updated diesel that needs just 4.2 litres of fuel per 100 km, and produces just 110 g/km of CO2 (combined). And for even more comfortable
driving a new automatic transmission will be offered.

Mazda5 Diesel – the Ideal Family Car: Practical, Roomy & Fuel-Efficient
The all-new Mazda5 sees its engine line-up completed with a 1.6-litre turbo diesel that delivers hightorque driving fun coupled to low daily operating costs. The new engine comes with a six-speed manual transmission and needs about 15 percent less fuel per 100 km, and produces 13 percent less CO2 than the 2.0-litre diesel engine it replaces. With this powertrain, high practicality and room for up to seven, the all-new Mazda5 is a truly family-friendly vehicle.

Mazda3 Diesel – Sporty and more Frugal
Paris also highlights an updated Euro 5 version of Mazda3’s economic 1.6-litre diesel now with new sixspeed manual transmission and above 12 percent more max. torque for even more driving fun. Requiring just 4.4 litres of fuel per 100 km, and producing 117 g/km of CO2, this Mazda3 diesel version is an attractive proposition for customers looking for a sporty yet frugal compact.

Mazda SKY Concept – Next-Generation Powertrains
Mazda Motor Corporation will take a major step towards achieving its goal of reducing the fuel consumption and CO2 emissions of its line-up by 30 and 23 percent respectively by 2015 with the launch of innovative Mazda SKYTECH in the near future. The Mazda SKY-G* (petrol) and Mazda SKY-D* (diesel) engines, will both reduce fuel consumption significantly compared to Mazda’s current engines while producing more power for no sacrifice in driving fun. This is joined by Mazda SKY-Drive*, an all-new, six-speed automatic transmission that will reduce fuel consumption compared to the current AT, and deliver a smooth and linear driving feel.

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