Mazda to reveal three new models at Paris show

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 new front styling featuring Mazda’s unique family face. There’s an upgraded interior, a Euro V compliant engine line-up and an upgraded chassis for even better ride comfort. An automatic gearbox is also introduced for the first time.

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 a 113bhp, 1.6-litre diesel engine that delivers 15 per cent less CO2 emissions than the previous 2.0 diesel. It’s mated to a lightweight six-speed manual gearbox. The Mazda5 is an eye-catching design that sets it apart in the C-MAV segment, with enhanced Karakuri interior flexibility for up to seven people plus sliding rear doors.

Lastly, the new Mazda3 will be available with an upgraded MZ-CD 1.6-litre diesel engine, offering more power and torque, while lowering fuel consumption and emissions. It features 5bhp more power, 12 per cent more torque, and produces CO2 of 117g/km. Like the Mazda5, it is mated to a six-speed gearbox.

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