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Mazda will debut new small SUV at Geneva

Mazda will showcase a new small SUV at the Geneva Motor Show, which could be the replacement CX-3.

The Japanese car maker has not confirmed what the new model will be called, but it will be displayed alongside the all new Mazda 3 hatch.

The existing CX-3 has been on sale since 2016.

Mazda says the new model will be based on its latest Skyactiv-Vehicle Architecture, like the new 3.

It will also feature the firm’s Skyactiv-X engines, which use a unique Spark Plug Controlled Compression Ignition technology.

The new Mazda 3 will be the first model to use the new engine and will appear at the show fitted with a new Hybrid system.

To find out more about Skyactiv-X, read our prototype drive here.

The Mazda MX-5 30th Anniversary Edition will also make its European debut at Geneva, alongside the 2019 model year CX-5.

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