Mazda’s top selling hatch is now available with SKYACTIV Technology and KODO design. As a concept for all-out efficient vehicles, SKYACTIV Tech was developed consisting of lightweight engines, transmissions, body and chassis.
KODO design mainly makes you want to get into this car and go on a long fulfilling journey, and now that Mazda has completely redesigned the interior for maximum comfort and outstanding driving experience there’s no reason not to.
Not even mentioning that the new Mazda 3 is available with first ever i-stop, the world’s fastest idle-stop system and i-Eloop; Mazda’s brake energy regeneration system. Achieving a fuel-efficient car that’s still loads of fun to drive.
Another first for the Mazda 3 is the connectivity system that adds to a pleasurable driving experience. The system features a new Human Machine Interface (HMI) that’s designed with the driver and its passenger’s utmost safety in mind.
The engine line-up includes a 2.0 and 2.5 litre gas engine, as well as the newly developed SKYACTIV-G 1.5 litre gas engine and a 2.2 diesel engine.
As far as power outage goes we are not sure what this Mazda has to offer but according to Mazda’s Motor Europe President and CEO Jeff Guyton; “Everything about the all-new Mazda3 is exciting, from the way it looks and feels to its dynamic performance, nimble responsiveness, reliability and operating costs.”
“We already have big expectations for this model’s success in terms of sales, but I suspect it may even surprise us.”
Mazda’s first Mazda3 that came out in 2003 broke the expectancy when it came to sales, being one of Mazda’s best selling cars and winning numerous awards.
If the new Mazda 3 is anything like the old one, if not better (which we know it is) we can expect the same impressive outcome regarding sales and customer satisfaction.