At this year's Paris Motor Show, Mazda will be focusing on low fuel consumption and reduced emissions, with three new model introductions.
Mazda's lightweight, Mazda2 - voted World Car of the Year 2008 - has received an upgrade and will be given its European premiere in Paris, revealing the following key changes:
Joining the upgraded Mazda2 will be the all-new Mazda5 premiering with a new, more economical MZ-CD 1.6 diesel engine. The Mazda5 C-MAV people carrier is especially economic and family-friendly and offers:
The new Mazda3 with an upgraded MZ-CD 1.6 diesel engine will also be introduced. Offering more power and torque, while lowering fuel consumption and emissions, the new version features:
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