Mazda has announced that it will introduce three new models at the Paris Motor Show, with their focus on lower fuel consumption and reduced emissions.
The Mazda2 has been given an external makeover, as well as an upgraded interior, an upgraded Euro V compliant engine line-up, and an upgraded chassis. An automatic transmission version will also be introduced.
The Mazda5 will be premiere with a new 1.6-litre diesel engine, which produces 113hp and returns 54.3mpg.
The new engine will produce 15% less CO2 than the previous 2.0-litre diesel. As well as this new engine, the Mazda5 will be available with a new, lightweight 6-speed manual transmission.
The 1.6-litre diesel will also be available in the Mazda3, and will offer 6hp more than the older engine, and 12% higher maximum torque. It will produce 117g/km of CO2, and return 64.2mpg.
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