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Mazda to Introduce Three New Upgraded Models Focused on Lower Fuel Consumption at Paris Show

By Green Car Congress on 08/23/2010 – 7:35 am PDTLeave a Comment

At this year’s Paris Motor Show, Mazda will introduce three upgraded models, with a focus on lowering fuel consumption.

Mazda’s lightweight Mazda2 has received an upgrade and will be given its European premiere in Paris, featuring an upgraded Euro V compliant powertrain line-up, along with the introduction of an automatic transmission version.

The all-new Mazda5 will premier with a new, more economical MZ-CD 1.6 diesel engine with fuel consumption of 5.2 L/100km (45 mpg US) and a 15% reduction in CO2 emissions in comparison to the previous 2.0-liter diesel. It will also feature a new lightweight 6-speed manual transmission.

Mazda will also introduce the new Mazda3 with an upgraded MZ-CD 1.6 diesel engine, offering more power and torque as fuel consumption of 4.4 L/100km (53.5 mpg US).

Tags: , fuel consumption, paris motor show

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