Οι Ιάπωνες παρουσίασαν σήμερα επίσημα το νέο CX-5.Το CX5 βασίζεται στο πρωτότυπο Minagi Concept που παρουσιάστηκε τον περασμένο Μάρτιο στη Γενεύη. Το CX-5 διαθέτει κινητήρες με Skyactiv τεχνολογία όπου ανάμεσα σε αυτούς θα βρίσκεται και έναν 2.2-λίτρων turbodiesel αλλά και ένα μηχανικό κιβώτιο 6-ταχυτήτων. Ο κινητήρας πληροί τα στάνταρ του Euro 6 αφού εκπέμπει λιγότερα από 120 γρ/χλμ CO2, αποδίδει 173 άλογα με 42 κιλά ροπής και είναι 20% οικονομικότερος σε σχέση με τον τωρινό 2.2-λίτρων πετρελαιοκινητήρα. Από πλευρά βενζινοκινητήρα υπάρχει ένα 2.0-λιτρος SKYACTIV-G άμεσου ψεκασμού απόδοσης 165 ίππων με 210 Nm ροπής.


Σχεδιαστικά το Mazda CX-5 θα είναι το πρώτο μοντέλο παραγωγής που θα διαθέτει την σχεδιαστική γραμμή “Kodo” που στα Ιαπωνικά σημαίνει ψυχή της κίνησης και παρουσιάστηκε αρχικά στο πρωτότυπο Shinari. Η Kodo δημιουργήθηκε ώστε να ενώσει 3 σχεδιαστικά κέντρα της Mazda, της Ιαπωνίας, της Γερμανίας και της Αμερικής. Επίσης το CX-5 θα διαθέτει την τεχνολογία SKYACTIV της Mazda που περιλαμβάνει νέους κινητήρες, κιβώτια και σασί.

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Frankfurt Motor Show 2011

Mazda premieres at Frankfurt 2011

This year’s Frankfurt Motor Show highlights the all-new CX-5, the first new-generation Mazda vehicle to include Mazda’s breakthrough SKYACTIV technologies and an eye-catching new design direction called ‘KODO – the Soul of Motion’. The Mazda compact crossover SUV features a full set of all-new technologies such as engines, transmissions and new chassis and body that deliver lots of fun to drive with outstanding environmental and safety performance. Also on stage is the Mazda3 facelift, a further evolved version of Mazda’s best selling model. It is now updated with a new front face, higher quality interior, improved ergonomics, a quieter cabin, improved comfort and driving dynamics, a new MZR 1.6-litre petrol version with automatic transmission and new equipment.

Mazda CX-5 Advanced Driving Pleasure in the all-new Mazda Compact Crossover SUV — First full implementation of SKYACTIV TECHNOLOGY and the ‘KODO – Soul of Motion’ design theme.

The world premiere of the all-new Mazda CX-5 at Frankfurt begins a new era for the Mazda brand. The all-new compact crossover SUV is the first of a new-generation of Mazda products that will adopt the full range of unique Mazda-developed SKYACTIV Technology and the exciting new design language called ‘KODO – Soul of Motion’. It will be available in three completely new engines with record-breaking compression ratios of 14:1 – a SKYACTIV-D 2.2 diesel with two-stage turbocharger in two power derivatives, and a SKYACTIV-G 2.0 direct-injection petrol – coupled to the new SKYACTIV-DRIVE six-speed automatic or the new SKYACTIV-MT six-speed manual.

These technologies are combined with a new platform featuring lightweight yet rigid body and chassis structures, aerodynamic efficiency for precise response and a high-quality, rewarding ride. And these are matched to outstanding environmental and safety performance

The customer can choose between a two- and four wheel-drive version. Mazda CX-5 focused on achieving exceptional environmental performance for a compact SUV and targeted CO2 emissions of less than 120 g/km for the SKYACTIV-D 2.2 diesel model with standard power, front-wheel-drive, manual transmission.

On the inside, CX-5 has generous boot volume and rear legroom – one of the segment’s largest, in fact – high quality feel, superior functionality and low noise levels for a most enjoyable ride. Superior safety performance is realised by offering Rear Vehicle Monitoring (RVM)* and all-new active safety equipment like Smart City Brake Support (SCBS)*, High-Beam Control (HBC)*, and Lane Departure Warning . When combined with a fantastic new design language that expresses a strong sense of vitality and agility, Mazda’s new core model CX-5 promises to set a new standard in the compact SUV segment when launched in Europe in early 2012.

Mazda3 Facelift – More dynamic, less CO2

The new facelift version of Mazda’s best-selling model has more muscular appeal with a new front end, a new rear bumper design and new twistspoke wheel designs. Inside, the Mazda3 is now an even nicer place to be with new materials and colours, improved ease-of-use for the driver, new equipment and a quieter cabin.

The frugal and sporty line-up of seven engines – four petrols including two direct-injection engines, and three turbo diesels – paired to either a six or a five-speed manual, or a five-speed automatic transmission, are all retained for the facelift. New to the line-up is an Activematic automatic version of the 1.6-litre petrol introduced for the first time to all of Europe.

Handling is improved as well and the Mazda3 facelift now delivers a more consistent and linear driving feel. Contributing to this are new bodyshell reinforcements, new suspension dampers, an updated electrichydraulic power-assisted steering system (EHPAS), and stiffer wheels. New to the Mazda3 equipment package are a gear-shift indicator and a Mazda navigation system based on TomTom® technology* to go along with state-of-the-art options to meet just about every need. And of course, the Mazda3 facelift inherits the outgoing model’s outstanding passive and active safety package. The Mazda Rear Vehicle Monitoring system (RVM) available on the Mazda3 received a coveted “Euro NCAP Advanced” award at this year’s Frankfurt Motor Show.

2. All-New Mazda CX-5: A new era of Mazda vehicles

Advanced Driving Pleasure in the all-new CX-5, the Mazda Compact Crossover SUV — First new generation vehicle adopting Mazda’s breakthrough SKYACTIV TECHNOLOGY and ‘KODO – Soul of Motion’ design theme.

Mazda is unveiling the all-new Mazda CX-5 compact crossover SUV at this year’s Frankfurt Motor Show. The CX-5 is the first vehicle of a new Mazda generation that will adopt the full range of Mazda’s breakthrough SKYACTIV TECHNOLOGY and new design theme, ‘KODO – Soul of Motion’, which was showcased by the Mazda SHINARI and Mazda MINAGI concept cars.

Mazda’s new CX-5 will be introduced progressively to global markets beginning early in 2012. Developed around SKYACTIV TECHNOLOGY – including all-new Mazda petrol and diesel engines, manual and automatic transmissions, body and chassis – the CX-5 delivers precise response and a high-quality, rewarding ride matched to outstanding environmental and safety performance.

The CX-5 is the first of a new generation of Mazda vehicles that will evolve the company’s hallmark fun-to-drive character by providing a new level of driving pleasure.

Kodo – Soul of Motion New Mazda design language influenced by nature’s power and beauty and the concept of “motion”. The CX-5 becomes the first production model featuring KODO design, expressing a strong sense of vitality and agility. SKYACTIV Technology Engines, transmissions, body and chassis: The CX-5 features Mazda’s all-new range of SKYACTIV technologies that improve the efficiency and sustainability, while further enhancing safety and driving pleasure at the same time.

SKYACTIV-G 14:1 Compression ratio 2.0-litre petrol direct injection FWD 121 kW/ 165 PS 210 NM at 4,000 rpm AWD 118 kW/ 160 PS 208 NM at 4,000 rpm

SKYACTIV-Drive Six-speed automatic transmission Extra wide lock-up clutch Quick and direct shifting Available for diesel and petrol version

SKYACTIV-Body Light & rigid body Multi-load path concept High-tensile steel usage Top class crash safety

SKYACTIV-D 14:1 Compression ratio 2.2-litre Diesel Two stage turbo charger Mid power 110 kW/ 150 PS 380 Nm at 1,800 – 2,600 rpm High power 129 kW/ 175 PS 420Nm at 2,000 rpm

SKYACTIV-MT Six-speed manual transmission Light & compact architecture MX-5-like shift feel

SKYACTIV-Chassis High comfort & agility “Jinba Ittai” – Oneness between driver and car feeling New suspension geometry New steering system FWD & 4WD Layout

Advanced ACTIVE Safety Smart City Brake Support Rear Vehicle Monitoring System Lane Departure Warning High Beam Control

High Connectivity – Infotainment 5.8-inch touch screen Shows music information from iPod® (artist, album, song title…) USB, Bluetooth®, Aux connection Mazda navigation system based on TomTom® technology First Mazda vehicle with HMI commander Premium BOSE® Surround Sound System

Aiming for the Best of all Worlds – Making a crossover SUV with enduring appeal

CX-5 Programme Manager, Hideaki Tanaka, says: “We aimed to develop a vehicle with a long-term appeal that would delight owners and make them proud for years to come. I think that these were the most important values we had to embody in the CX-5. We wanted to deliver the best of all worlds in order to suit the various lifestyles and life stages of our customers, and satisfy their high expectations over the long term. Specifically, we focused on providing pleasure through the CX-5’s appearance, ist precise handling, its insightful functionality, and its long-term appeal. By aiming to achieve the ideal in each area, we pursued the innovation of driving pleasure.”

Innovation for a “Purer” Sense of Driving Pleasure – Concentrating on the most essential elements and enhancing what feels good

The CX-5 development team focused on form, performance, function and texture, investigated all points of contact between the driver and the vehicle, and examined how to make them more pleasing. Then they prioritized ergonomic design and concentrated on the most essential elements in order to provide a “purer” sense of driving pleasure.

Main Features of the Mazda CX-5

Design – Form that conveys a strong sense of vitality and agility The first incarnation of ‘KODO – Soul of Motion’

Following the Mazda MINAGI concept car that was unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show in March this year, the CX-5 becomes the first production model to feature Mazda’s new design theme, ‘KODO – Soul of Motion’. Chief Designer, Masashi Nakayama says: “With the CX-5, our focus was on expressing a strong sense of vitality and agility. We looked at videos of cheetahs; their agile footwork and how they use their entire body as a spring to accelerate rapidly and change the direction instantly. They emanate great energy throughout their entire body. Inspired by their efficient yet beautiful movements, we aimed to push the SUV appearance to new levels with KODO design language.”

The exterior design features bold styling that simultaneously expresses SUV-like solidity and functionality with Mazda’s characteristic sense of vitality and agility. Inside, Mazda created a driver-oriented cabin with solid styling that reflects the CX-5’s strength and high rigidity.

KODO: SOUL OF MOTION Over the years Mazda has often explored the idea of ‘motion’ to inspire its unique vehicle designs. The new generation of Mazda cars, beginning with the CX-5 compact crossover SUV, is influenced by nature’s power and beauty.

They have been evolved by taking the instantaneous movement of animals or humans as inspiration. This instantaneous movement is the ultimate form of motion, filled with vitality and emotion; it is the essence of Mazda’s new design language ‘KODO – Soul of Motion’.

The new design language was first introduced in 2010 with the SHINARI concept, a 4-door sports coupe created by the design team led by Ikuo Maeda, General Manager Design Division of Mazda Corporation. The Shinari incorporates all design elements of the KODO theme and was followed by the MINAGI concept car, a compact crossover SUV that was the forerunner of today’s Mazda CX-5, the first mass production vehicle that fully applies KODO design.

Exterior • Front view: a new Mazda family face centred on a new ‘signature wing’ expresses strength and depth. • Rear view: The contrast of prominent rear fenders and taut rear end conveys toughness and grace that underline its athletic form. • Side view: The prominent front fenders and sculptured body sides accentuate a sense of power which suggests powerful muscles. • The exterior design contributes to excellent aerodynamics (Target Cd of 0.33) and a quite cabin.

Interior • The driver’s side, especially the meter hood, has a deep, longitudinally stretched design that resembles a cockpit and produces a sense of forward momentum. The detailed, high-quality meter design raises the driver’s anticipation for the ride ahead. • On the passenger side, the instrument panel looks ample and solid, with a horizontal design that generates a sense of security. • New soft materials are adopted for the instrument panel and door trim that are most often seen and touched. • Parts that are used most often, like the steering wheels spokes and inner door handles, have a satin chrome finish, which enhances the high-quality, genuine feel of the interior.

Functionality Concentrate on the essentials to maximize useable space Highly functional packaging created by a human-centred concept

The development team thoroughly researched what features are needed to deliver comfort and convenience, and focused on providing flexibility that drivers and passengers can enjoy with ease. The development team realized a comfortable and user-friendly interior with noticeably efficient use of space and intelligent functionality. Additionally, the human-machine interface (HMI) presents information in an intuitive and easy-to-understand way that can be read in an instant, in order to minimize the driver’s eye movement and create a cockpit environment that aids driver concentration.

Spacious, practical and smart • The 2,700 mm wheelbase, one of the segment’s longest, enabled streamlined styling and a comfortable cabin. • Class-leading rear seat legroom of 997 mm. Spacious rear seats in which adult passengers can ride in comfort with ample knee space. • 500 litres of useable luggage space (including a sub trunk) is maximized by removing protrusions and dead space. • Smart, easy-to-use KARAKURI functionality*. The world’s first 40:20:40 split* independent rear seats with a remote fold-down function. The rear centre seat creates a large flat luggage space when folded down. The tonneau cover automatically lifts up and down as the rear liftgate is opened and closed. • As well as comfortably accommodating two adults, the 40:20:40 split rear seats enable long objects to be loaded by folding the centre seat down flat, even with two child seats installed on both sides. The rear seats can be folded down remotely by a simple flick of levers located at the back of the luggage area. • Provides generous storage capacity demanded of an SUV, including a large open space in the centre console that can hold all sorts of items, and front and rear door pockets large enough to take a 1-litre bottle.

Advanced Human Machine Interface (HMI) with high connectivity and intuitive operation • A 5.8-inch colour touch screen monitor is positioned in the centre at the top of the dashboard, and shows data related to the infotainment system — including audio, phone connection — and contains the new navigation system*. • Mazda CX-5’s new HMI system improves safety by minimizing the driver’s eye movement away from the road. The menu controls for the steering-wheel-mounted switches are arranged according to function, a centre display touch screen, and a HMI commander are positioned on the centre console. With the vehicle stopped, the driver might operate it by touch screen. During driving, the driver can operate the menu more safely and easily with the HMI commander. This layout also enables some functions, especially navigation, to be operated intuitively from the passenger seat. • Its new integrated navigation system is based on the latest TomTom® technology, one of Europe’s most popular provider of navigation system. For an affordable price, customers can enjoy more accurate arrival-time estimates, which are calculated based on previously recorded data, and better suggestions for alternate routes to avoid traffic jams. By accessing the homepage through a personal computer at home, customers can also download new roads that are not listed on maps. For an extra fee, TomTom® Live Services are also available depending on country). These provides more accurate real-time traffic information, weather forecasts, fuel prices and other constantly updated information. • For high connectivity, customers can connect their mobile MP3 players or mobile phones via USB or Bluetooth® connection to the HMI system. Searching for your favourite song is made easy as title, album and artist will be displayed on the touch screen. • The best way to listen to your favourite music in the Mazda CX-5 is on a BOSE® surround-sound system* – with a new-generation energy-efficient amplifier and subwoofer.

Dynamic Performance Precise response that provides a confidence-inspiring, premium-quality and rewarding ride

Introducing the full range of SKYACTIV TECHNOLOGY Regarding dynamic performance, the ultimate goal of the CX-5 development team was to make the vehicle move precisely according to the driver’s wishes. To attain precise response, engineers concentrated on transferring the high performance levels of SKYACTIV TECHNOLOGY to the driver and used what is called a PDCA cycle to comprehensively analyze the driving process:

Plan: the driver forms a vision of what he wants to do Do: the driver communicates his intention to the vehicle Check: the driver receives feedback from the vehicle confirming that its motion perfectly matches his intention Action: the driver proceeds to the next action

First, the development team focused on creating a cockpit environment to communicate the driver’s intention to the vehicle. To enable linear operation, they optimized every point of contact between car and driver including driving position, pedals, steering wheel, seat hold, and field-of-view. Next, they examined the quality of feedback coming from the car. The test drivers judged this quality by asking, “Did I control the car as I wanted?” and “Do I need to change the way the car responds?” In order to boost the quality of vehicle feedback, the team worked on making the feedback match the driver’s expectations by making it highly predictable. Their objective here is to enable the driver to input his intention with a single action, removing the need for any corrective inputs and creating conditions where the driver and vehicle are perfectly synchronized. In addition to this, the team added an overall development target to create ideal conditions in which the driver’s input and vehicle feedback were in complete harmony over the full range of motions from going, turning and stopping.

The superb ride quality of the CX-5, and its precise response, can be felt the instant the steering wheel and pedals are operated, and this feeling intensifies the more one drives it.

SKYACTIV TECHNOLOGY Mazda’s New Generation Breakthrough SKYACTIV TECHNOLOGY Engines, transmissions, body and chassis: Mazda’s all-new range of SKYACTIV technologies are designed to improve the efficiency and sustainability of the company’s new generation of vehicles, while further enhancing safety and driving pleasure at the same time.

Back in 2007, Mazda devised its “Sustainable Zoom-Zoom” strategy, which calls for a staggering 30% increase in fuel economy (based on 2008 levels) for all Mazda vehicles offered worldwide by 2015. This corresponds to a 23% reduction in fuel consumption and CO2 emissions.

Internal combustion engines will still power more than 80% of vehicles in 2020. Today’s versions operate at only 30% efficiency, however, so there is much room for improvement. Defying convention, Mazda’s engineers focused on internal combustion with one goal: achieving ideal combustion. This is the basis for the new generation of Mazda models featuring SKYACTIV technologies — and production models, not just pricey “green” models. This underscores the company’s uncompromising commitment to improving environmental sustainability and vehicle safety, while keeping driving pleasure as a baseline for the brand’s products.

This ambitious objective will be further implemented using Mazda’s building block strategy, a phase model for the step-by-step introduction of auxiliary electrical systems to SKYACTIV internal combustion engines.

All-new Mazda SKYACTIV Chassis & Body • The CX-5 has newly-developed strut suspension in the front and a multi-link layout in the rear. The geometry of the suspension links and the bush characteristics are optimized to ensure light, linear steering response at mid-to-low speeds and excellent high-speed stability. The rear dampers also have a forward-tilting layout, increasing comfort even on rough road surfaces. • A newly-developed electric power assist steering system offers highly precise control according to vehicle speed. At mid-to-low speeds, it provides natural feedback and linear feeling from small to large angle inputs. At high speeds, it gives firm, confidence-inspiring feedback. • The brakes deliver easily-controllable, precise and assured braking performance from low to high speeds. • The lightweight yet rigid SKYACTIV-BODY framework is optimized for handling stability, low NVH and excellent collision safety performance. It supports the CX-5’s rewarding and high-quality, responsive ride. • Care was taken with NVH to ensure the driver hears necessary audio feedback while actively eliminating intrusive noises. Noises were initially separated into road noise and engine noise. For each, the unpleasant low-frequency, mid-frequency and high-frequency noises were individually identified and efficiently eradicated, resulting in a quiet cabin environment. • To achieve smooth airflow under the vehicle and suppress eddies forming behind it, the air is directed upwards using a new underfloor design. The development team effectively reduced underfloor air resistance and optimized the aerodynamic shape of the upper body argeting an outstanding Cd of 0.33.

All-new Mazda SKYACTIV Powertrains • The SKYACTIV-G 2.0 petrol engine models have the world highest compression ratio of 14.0:1, and their 4-2-1 exhaust system prevents knocking and provides abundant torque from low engine speeds, enabling acceleration that precisely matches the driver’s intention. Models with this engine achieve outstanding fuel economy, precise response, and a high-quality, linear and rewarding ride:

– FWD: Maximum torque of 210 NM at 4,000 rpm and maximum power of 121 kW/ 165 PS at 6,000 rpm – AWD: Maximum torque of 208 NM at 4,000 rpm and maximum power of 118 kW/ 160 PS at 6,000 rpm

• The SKYACTIV-D 2.2 diesel engine models have the world’s lowest compression ratio for a diesel engine of 14.0:1, and a highly efficient two-stage turbocharger that delivers spirited and linear acceleration and exhilarating driving dynamics that surpass conventional diesel-engine vehicles. They also achieve outstanding fuel economy for a compact SUV with extremely clean emissions that clear Euro6 without the need of any NOx after-treatment systems. Two variants of the engine are available:

– A High Power version developing maximum torque of 420 Nm at 2,000 rpm and maximum power of 129 kW / 175 PS at 4,500 rpm. – A Standard Power version produces maximum torque of 380 Nm at 1,800-2,600 rpm and maximum power of 110 kW / 150 PS at 4,500 rpm.

• All CX-5 models come with a choice of two new transmissions: – The six-speed SKYACTIV-DRIVE automatic transmission provides linear acceleration and a direct shift feel similar to a dual clutch transmission. – The six-speed SKYACTIV-MT manual transmission, with ist compact architecture and enhanced gear structure, delivers the light and crisp shift feel known from the MX-5. Both support fuel efficiency and the high-quality ride feel of the CX-5.

Environmental and Safety Performance Innovative environmental and safety features that support dynamic performance

The CX-5 uses the full array of SKYACTIV Technologies to achieve outstanding fuel economy and emissions performance without sacrificing its fun-to-drive character. In terms of safety, Mazda’s fundamental approach is to “inspire peace-of-mind and confidence in order to enhance driving pleasure.” Based on this approach, Mazda engineers worked to advance the vehicle’s core performance attributes of “driving, turning and stopping” as well as visibility and operability. Thanks to the lightweight and highly-rigid SKYACTIV-BODY, the CX-5 provides excellent collision performance that will attain top ratings in crash tests around the world.

Environmental Performance • The SKYACTIV-G 2.0 petrol engine with FWD, 6-speed manual transmission and i-stop system targets a mere 6.0 litres of fuel per 100 km (combined) with CO2 emission of 139 g/km*. • The SKYACTIV-D 2.2 diesel engine with FWD, 6-speed manual transmission and i-stop system targets just 4.5 litres per 100 km (combined) with CO2 emission of just 119 g/km*. • The SKYACTIV-D engine meets Euro Stage 6 emission standards without adopting an expensive NOx after-treatment system. • The SKYACTIV-DRIVE automatic transmission with its new lock-up clutch, achieves lock-up in almost all driving conditions. This reduces transmission slip significantly and contributes to fuel efficiency. It is available for both petrol and diesel engines. • Mazda’s idling-stop system, i-stop, is available for the CX-5 with both SKYACTIV-G and -D. It has previously been used only with petrol engine models. With a newly-developed, more advanced control system, the new i-stop shuts off the engine more frequently, helping to further improve real-world fuel economy. • Single-nanotechnology in the catalyst improves exhaust gas after-treatment performance and reduces the amount of precious metals required. • The CX-5 is one of the lightest and most aerodynamic vehicle in its class, which contributes to its outstanding fuel economy and low CO2 emissions.

Safety Performance • The base of the A-pillars has been optimized to ensure excellent forward visibility on winding roads and at junctions. The side mirrors are mounted on the doors themselves to create a gap between the mirrors and A-pillars through which drivers can check their surroundings. • A host of new, cutting-edge features* are available to support the driver’s own safety checks and hazard awareness : – Smart City Brake Support (SCBS) is standard for mid and high grade (first in the compact SUV segment) and uses a new radar sensor system to help prevent or reduce impact of front crash accidents at low speed (up to 30 km/h) by automatically braking the vehicle. – Upgraded Rear Vehicle Monitoring System (RVM) that detects cars approaching from behind or driving in the blind spot and warns the driver (now from 30 km/h onwards instead of 60 km/h to support city driving safety). – Lane Departure Warning minimizes the risk of leaving the driving lane unintentionally by employing a camera to detect and judge the position of white lines to then warn the driver of a possible lane departure. – High-Beam Control (HBC) automatically changes between low and high beam during night driving in order to avoid blinding upcoming vehicles. • The lightweight, highly-rigid SKYACTIV-BODY provides excellent collision performance and is conceived to attain top ratings in crash tests around the world. • A multi-load path structure and a front end with a cross-shaped cross-section increases crash energy absorption, further improving safety performance in frontal, side and rear-end collisions. • The anti-whiplash design of the front seats helps to reduce neck injury in the event of a rear-end collision. • There are two impact beams in the front doors. The upper beam has a round cross-section, and the lower beam has a double-ridged cross-section. The lower rear beam also has a double-ridged cross-section, helping to improve strength.

Technical Specifications – Mazda CX-5

Mazda CX-5 – Dimensions Doors 5 door Seating capacity 5 seats Coefficient of drag** Cd 0.33 External Dimensions Overall length mm 4,540 4,555 (with license plate) Overall width mm 1,840 Overall height mm 1,670 1,710 (with roof antenna) Wheelbase mm 2,700 Track front mm 1,585 Track rear mm 1,590 Ground Clearance FWD / AWD mm 215 / 210 Turning circle (curb to curb) m 11.2 Turning circle (wall to wall) m 11.7 Boot Measurements Volume all seats up to belt line* L 500 (w/ sub trunk) Load floor to 1st row * mm 1,755 Load floor to 2nd row * mm 975 Boot Height * mm 560

Engines and Chassis (Preliminary data) SKYACTIV-G 2.0 Gasoline SKYACTIV-D 2.2 Diesel Standard Power SKYACTIV-D 2.2 Diesel High Power Engine Type In-line 4-cylinder DOHC, 16-valve In-line 4-cylinder DOHC, 16-valve In-line 4-cylinder DOHC, 16-valve Displacement cm3 1,997 2,184 2,184 Valves 4 per cylinder 4 per cylinder 4 per cylinder Camshaft drive By chain By chain By chain Fuel injection system Direct injection Direct injection Direct injection Compression ratio 14.0:1 14.0:1 14.0:1 Max. power kW / PS FWD: 121 / 165 at 6,000 rpm AWD: 118 / 160 at 6,000 rpm 110 / 150 at 4,500 rpm 129 / 175 at 4,500 rpm Max. torque Nm/rpm FWD: 210 at 4,000 rpm AWD: 208 at 4000 rpm 380 at 1,800-2,600 rpm 420 at 2,000 rpm Fuel tank capacity (FWD/AWD) L 56 / 58 56 / 58 56 / 58 Transmission SKYACTIV-DRIVE (6-speed automatic) SKYACTIV-MT (6-speed manual)

Chassis (Preliminary data) Front suspension MacPherson Strut Rear suspension Multilink Tyre size 225/65 R17 225/55 R19 Wheel size 17 x 7J 19 x 7J Steering type Electric power assist (Column type) Brake type front/ rear Ventilated discs / Discs Brake Diameter front / rear mm 297 / 303

Fuel consumption and Weights (Target data) SKYACTIV-G 2.0 Gasoline MT/FWD SKYACTIV-D 2.2 Diesel Standard Power MT/FWD Fuel consumption (combined)* l/100km 6.0 4.5 CO2 emissions (combined) * g/km 139 119 Emission ranking Euro Stage 5 Euro Stage 6

3. Mazda3 Facelift 2011 – More dynamic, less CO2

The current Mazda3 has been a very successful model with an emotional design, enjoyable driving performance, and advanced environmental and safety features. It has sold approximately 731,000 units globally and 123,000 units here in Europe since launch in 2009 (as of the end of June 2011).

The strengths that make the current Mazda3 Mazda’s best selling model everywhere have been carried over in the facelift and even enhanced. The new facelift version of Mazda3 was designed for even more emotional appeal. There is a new, more sporty (and aerodynamic) front end, reduced rear bumper thickness for less overhang at the back (Sports-grade), and new twist-spoke wheels that, when combined with solid build quality, give an enhanced muscular look. On the inside, Mazda3 facelift has a higher quality feel than ever before with new materials and colours, along with improved ergonomics in the cockpit and dashboard – all of which makes it easier to drive and use. NVH is also improved with increased underbody insulation and a B-frame that is thicker and has more welding points, which contribute to lower cabin noise and a more enjoyable ride.

Engineers evolved the superior driving dynamics the Mazda3 is already famous for to deliver an even higher quality driving experience. They focused on providing a driving feel that is more consistent and linear. To achieve this, the special reinforcement for the forward cross-members (of Mazda3 MPS) is now standard on all models (except for MZR-CD 2.2-litre diesel version), and supplemented further by a new brace bar at the front of all body shells. New suspension dampers are also introduced for better ride comfort and the Mazda3 facelift’s EHPAS steering system was updated and stiffer wheels introduced. Several aerodynamic features, including the new front bumper design, are also introduced that provide enhanced stability.

The Mazda3 facelift line-up includes eight powertrains with a new automatic petrol version introduced for the first time to the entire European market. The petrol line-up includes a high-performance MZR 2.3-litre DISI turbo petrol (Mazda3 MPS), the powerful yet frugal MZR 2.0-litre DISI with i-stop, a powerful MZR 2.0-litre with five-speed automatic transmission and a low-consumption MZR 1.6-litre with fivespeed manual transmission. Rounding out the petrol portfolio is a new 4-speed automatic gearbox called Activematic matched to the MZR 1.6-litre petrol. On the diesel side, customers have two derivatives of a powerful and low-consumption MZR-CD 2.2-litre turbo diesel to choose from or a low-consumption lightweight MZ-CD 1.6-litre turbo diesel, all with a six-speed manual transmission.

The Mazda3 facelift inherits equipment that makes it easy to enjoy the ride. The list of equipment is long and now includes a new gearshift indicator and a Mazda navigation system based on TomTom® technology to go along with state-of-the-art options to meet just about every need. On the safety side, the current Mazda3’s active and passive safety features are carried over. The Mazda Rear Vehicle Monitoring system (RVM) available on the Mazda3 received a coveted “Euro NCAP Advanced” award at this year’s Frankfurt Motor Show.

DESIGN REFINEMENT Exterior • New front bumper design for high emotional appeal and aerodynamic efficiency with new round front fog lamp design • New rear bumper design unified for all grades (except for Sedan and MPS version • Rear lamps reflectors are now placed as far into the side panels as possible for a strong, athletic look (Hatchback only) • New 16 and 17-inch “curved” wheel designs for a dynamic silhouette • 8 exterior colours, including all-new Autumn Bronze Mica • Two body types: sporty five-door hatchback with rear roof spoiler and athletic and elegant four-door sedan • High-performance flagship model Mazda3 MPS

Interior • New black colour for lower centre console with brighter chrome rings on control dials for faster recognition while driving • New sharp white graphics for multi-information display (MID) • New continuously-lit white numbers on grey in the meter cluster for easier reading during the day

DRIVING DYNAMICS • Applied Toitsukan: smooth transitions between acceleration, lateral and deceleration G forces in response to the basic aspects of driving, turning and stopping for a more linear and consistent driving feel • Stiffer wheels for better straight-line stability • Underbody structure stiffened by new forward cross-member reinforcement made of stronger steel and with more spot welds, and a new single brace bar • Front tyre deflector stiffness increased by 50 percent for further enhanced driving stability • Increased sense of stability in ride feel through optimizing damper tuning • New pump-flow characteristics for EHPAS delivers better steering feedback and road feel at mid to high speeds • Improved drag coefficient (Cd) of only 0.27 for the sedan (formerly 0.28) and 0.29 for the hatchback (formerly 0.30) achieved by: – New front bumper design that streamlines and guides air-flow more efficiently – Increased rigidity of front tyre reflectors that help prevent deformation – New flat floor undercover that is 10 percent larger for improved air-flow • Improved NVH with B-frame that is thicker with more welding points and increased underbody insulation for lower road noise and a quieter cabin • MacPherson strut front, multi-link rear suspension [carry-over] • Front ventilated, rear solid disc brakes in sizes 278 mm / 265 mm (1.6-litre models), 300 mm / 280 mm (all 2.0-litre models) and 320 mm / 280 mm (MPS) [carry-over]

POWERTRAINS • New front bumper lowers air drag, front and rear bumpers are lighter, which contributes to lower fuel consumption and emissions for the facelift. • Line-up increased to eight powertrains with introduction of an Activematic four-speed automatic transmission version of the MZR 1.6 petrol for the entire European market

Diesel Engines • High-performance yet frugal MZR-CD 2.2-litre turbo diesel in two derivatives with six-speed manual gearbox: • High Power: 136 kW/185 PS at 3,500 rpm and 400 Nm of maximum torque at 1,800-3,000 rpm and combined fuel consumption of 5.4 l/100 km (3.6 percent lower versus outgoing model) and CO2: 144 g/km (down 3.4 percent). • Standard Power: 110 kW/150 PS at 3,500 rpm and 360 Nm of maximum torque at 1,800-2,600 rpm and combined fuel consumption of 5.2 l/100 km (down 3.7 percent) with CO2 emissions of just 139 g/km (down 3.5 percent). • MZ-CD 1.6 turbo diesel engine produces 85 kW/115 PS of maximum power and a robust 270 Nm of torque between 1,750 and 2,500 rpm: the 6-speed manual hatchback uses just 4.3 litres of fuel per 100 km combined (2.3 percent less than before) and produces a low 115 g/km of CO2 (down 1.7 percent).

Petrol Engines • MZR 2.3 DISI High performance turbo petrol with six-speed manual transmission (Mazda3 MPS only) produces high performance of 191 kW/260 PS at 5,500 rpm and 380 Nm of torque at 3,000 rpm, while using 9.6 litres of fuel per 100 km and producing 224 g/km of CO2. This model has a top-speed of 250 km/h and accelerates from 0 to 100 km/h in 6.1 seconds. [carry-over] • MZR 2.0 DISI i-stop petrol engine with six-speed transmission produces 110 kW/150 PS of power at 6,200 rpm and 191 Nm of torque at 4,500 rpm, requires 6.7 litres of fuel per 100 km (down from 6.8) and produces 157 g/km of CO2 (down from 159). • MZR 2.0 naturally-aspirated petrol with five-speed automatic transmission produces 110 kW/150 PS at 6,500 rpm and 187 Nm of torque at 4,000 rpm, while using 7.6 litres of fuel per 100 km and producing 175 g/km of CO2. [carry-over] • MZR 1.6-litre naturally-aspirated petrol with five-speed manual transmission produces 77 kW/105 PS at 6,000 rpm and 145 Nm of maximum torque at 4,000 rpm, while using 6.4 litres of fuel per 100 km and producing 147 g/km of CO2 (down from 149). • New MZR 1.6-litre petrol with 4-speed Activematic transmission needs just 7.4 litres of fuel per 100 km and produces 171 g/km of CO2 (sedan model). The hatchback model needs 7.6 litres of fuel per 100 km and produces 176 g/km of CO2. Activematic allows driving in fully automatic mode or sequential-manual mode, with slope control and optimised kick-down from fourth-to-second gear.

EQUIPMENT & SAFETY • Mazda navigation system based on TomTom® technology newly introduced to the Mazda3 offering 4 GB memory and 18 languages, a large 5.8 inch touch screen monitor, and hands-free Bluetooth® telephoning and audio connection with external microphone • New gear-shift indicator for optimal mix of driving fun and fuel-efficiency (for manual transmission MZR 1.6-litre, MZR 2.0-litre DISI petrol engines, and any diesel engine) • Park brake with new leather handle standard on all models • New all-leather gear-shift lever (upper grades and MPS) • Leather seats with 3 memory functions plus 2 integrated in the keyless entry and start system transmitter* • 10-speaker Bose® premium surround sound system, with AudioPilot2® noise compensation and Centerpoint® surround system* [carry-over] • Hands-free system for Bluetooth®-equipped mobile phones and mobile audio players [carry over] • Mazda Advanced Impact-energy Distribution and Absorption System offers highly rigid and protective body [carry over]

Passive safety [carry over] • Front, side, curtain airbags standard in all markets • Active front head restraints that help protect the neck against whiplash • Double pretensioner seatbelts with digressive load-limiter retractors (LLR) • Crushable brake pedal, crushable pads below the heel area, energy-absorbing steering column • Soft, energy-absorbing ribs at each corner of the cabin • Bonnet cowl, fender bracket and bumper beams optimized for good pedestrian safety

Active safety [carry over] • ABS, EBD, DSC, brake assist and traction control system (TCS) standard • Rear-vehicle monitoring system* (“Euro NCAP Advanced” award at this year’s Frankfurt Motor Show) • Parking sensor systems* • Bi-xenon headlamps with pivoting adaptive front lighting system* • Emergency Stop Signal (ESS) that warns cars behind of a sudden braking manoeuvre by automatically flashing the hazard lights rapidly is standard

Technical Specifications – Mazda3 Facelift 2011

Dimensions Mazda3 Sedan Mazda3 Hatchback Mazda3 MPS Body Type Monocoque Monocoque Monocoque Doors 4 4 + liftgate 4 + liftgate Seating capacity 5 5 5 Coefficient of drag Cd 0.27 0.29 0.32 Cross-sectional area m2 2,217 2,217 2,217 Dimensions External Overall length mm 4,580 4,460 4,505 Overall width mm 1,755 1,755 1,770 Overall width mirror to mirror mm 2002 2002 2,010 Overall height (unloaded) mm 1,470 1,470 1,460 Wheelbase mm 2,640 2,640 2,640 Track front 15 +16-inch / 17-inch wheels mm 1,535 / 1,530 1,535 / 1,530 1,535 (18-inch wheels) Track rear 15 +16-inch / 17-inch wheels mm 1,520 / 1,515 1,520 / 1,515 1,520 (18-inch wheels) Ground clearance 2.2DE / all others mm – / 155 150 / 155 – /145

Dimensions Mazda3 Sedan Mazda3 Hatchback Mazda3 MPS Interior Front head room w/o sunroof mm 987 987 987 Rear head room w/o sunroof mm 953 964 964 Front shoulder room mm 1,395 1,395 1,395 Rear shoulder room mm 1.371 1.371 1,371 Front hip room mm 1,364 1,364 1,364 Rear hip room mm 1,326 1,326 1,326 Front leg room mm 1,068 1,068 1,068 Rear leg room mm 919 919 919 Boot measurements Volume all seats up (to belt line) l 430 340* 300 Volume 2nd row down (floor to ceiling) l — 1,360 1,360 Load floor to 2nd row mm 1,027 880* 856 Load floor to 1st row mm 1,580 1,473 1,473 Distance between rear wheel housings mm 1,058 1,050 1,050 Load floor width at widest point mm 1,244 1,167 1,167 Boot height mm 559 808* 722 Boot lid / liftgate opening width mm 938 944 944

MZR 1.6-litre MZR 2.0-litre Engine Type In-line 4-cylinder DOHC, 16-valve In-line 4-cylinder DOHC, 16-valve Displacement cm3 1,598 1,999 Bore x stroke mm 78.0 x 83.6 87.5 x 83.1 Valves 4 per cylinder 4 per cylinder Camshaft drive Timing chain Timing chain Fuel injection system Electronically controlled fuel injection Compression ratio 10.0 : 1 10.0 : 1 Emission control system Electrically Controlled & Catalyst Electrically Controlled & Catalyst Max. Power kW PS 77 at 6,000 105 at 6,000 110 at 6,500 150 at 6,500 Max. torque Nm 145 at 4,000 187 at 4,000 Fuel type Unleaded 95 RON Unleaded 95 RON Fuel tank capacity (w/ oil filter replacement) l 55 55 Engine oil capacity l 3.9 4.3 Battery 50D20L/12 V 50D20L/ 12V Transmission 5-speed manual/ 4-speed AT 5-speed automatic Powertrain Front-wheel drive Front-wheel drive Gear ratios 1st 3.416 / 2.816 3.620 2nd 1.842 / 1.497 1.925 3rd 1.290 / 1.000 1.285 4th 0.972 / 0.725 0.933 5th 0.775 / — 0.692 6th Reverse 3.214 / 2.648 3.405 Final Drive Ratio 4.105 / 4.416 3.863 Engines and Chassis – Petrol

MZR 2.0 DISI i-stop MZR 2.3 DISI Turbo Engine Type In-line 4-cylinder DOHC In-line 4-cylinder DOHC, turbo petrol Displacement cm3 1,999 2,261 Bore x stroke mm 87.5 x 83.1 87.5 x 94.0 Valves 4 per cylinder 4 per cylinder Camshaft drive Timing chain Timing chain Fuel injection system Electronically controlled fuel injection Compression ratio 11.2 : 1 9.5 : 1 Emission control system Electrically Controlled & Catalyst Electrically Controlled & Catalyst Max. Power kW PS 110 at 6,200 150 at 6,200 191 at 5,500 260 at 5,500 Max. torque Nm 191 at 4,500 380 at 3,000 Fuel type Unleaded 95 RON Unleaded 98 RON Fuel tank capacity (w/ oil filter replacement) l 55 60 Engine oil capacity l 4.3 5.7 Battery 46B24LS +26B17L/12V 55D23L/12V (excl. Russia) 80D26L/12V (Russia) Transmission 6-speed manual 6-speed manual Powertrain Front-wheel drive Front-wheel drive Gear ratios 1st 3.454 3.214 2nd 1.842 1.913 3rd 1.310 1.366 4th 0.970 1.025 5th 0.795 0.948 6th 0.680 0.790 Reverse 3.198 3.456 Final Drive Ratio 4.105 1st – 4th = 4.187 5th – 6th = 3.526 Engines and Chassis – Petrol

Engines and Chassis – Petrol MZR 1.6-litre MZR 2.0-litre Suspension and Wheels Front Suspension MacPherson strut MacPherson strut Rear Suspension Multilink Multilink Stabilizers (front / rear) mm 21/20 21/20 Wheel size 15” 16” 17” 15X6.0J 16X6.5J 17X7.0J 16X6.5J 17X7.0J Tyre size 15” 16” 17” 195/65 R15 205/55 R16 205/50 R17 205/55 R16 205/50 R17 Steering Type Rack & Pinion Rack & Pinion Power assist type Electro hydraulic power assist Electro-hydraulic power assist Steering wheel turns (lock to lock) 2.94 2.94 Turning circle (curb to curb) m 10.4 10.4 Turning circle (wall to wall) m 10.9 10.9 Brakes Type front Ventilated discs Ventilated discs Type rear Solid discs Solid discs Diameter front mm 278 300 Diameter rear mm 265 280 Vacuum booster diameter inch 10 10 Scheduled maintenance Every 20,000 km/12 months Every 20,000 km/12 months

Engines and Chassis – Petrol MZR 2.0 DISI i-stop MZR 2.3 DISI Turbo Suspension and Wheels Front Suspension MacPherson strut MacPherson strut Rear Suspension Multilink Multilink Stabilizers (front / rear) mm 21/20 (16”) 26/25 22/21 (17”) Wheel size 16” 17” 18” 16X6.5J 17X7.0J

18X7.5J Tyre size 16” 17” 18” 205/55R16 205/50R17

225/40R18 Steering Type Rack & Pinion Rack & Pinion Power assist type Electro-hydraulic power assist Electro-hydraulic power assist Steering wheel turns (lock to lock) 2.94 2.7 Turning circle (curb to curb) m 10.4 11.0 Turning circle (wall to wall) m 10.9 11.9 Brakes Type front Ventilated discs Ventilated discs Type rear Solid discs Solid discs Diameter front mm 300 320 Diameter rear mm 280 280 Vacuum booster diameter inch 10 8 + 9 Scheduled maintenance Every 20,000 km/12 months Every 20,000 km/12 months

Engines & Chassis – Diesel MZ-CD 1.6-litre MZR-CD 2.2-litre Standard Power MZR-CD 2.2-litre High Power Engine Type In-line 4-cylinder SOHC, 8-valve In-line 4-cylinder DOHC, 16-valve In-line 4-cylinder DOHC, 16-valve Displacement cm3 1,560 2,184 2,184 Bore x stroke mm 75.0 x 88.3 86.0 x 94.0 86.0 x 94.0 Valves 2 per cylinder 4 per cylinder 4 per cylinder Camshaft drive Timing belt and timing chain Timing chain Timing chain Fuel injection system Electrically controlled direct injection Common-rail Compression ratio 16.0 : 1 16.3 : 1 16.3 : 1 Emission control system Electrically controlled with catalyst and diesel particulate filter Max. Power kW PS 85 at 3,600 115 at 3,600 110 at 3,500 150 at 3,500 136 at 3,500 185 at 3,500 Max. torque Nm 270 at 1,750-2,500 360 at 1,800 – 2,600 400 at 1,800 – 3,000 Fuel type Diesel Diesel Diesel Fuel tank capacity l 55 55 55 Engine oil capacity l 3.9 4.7 4.7 Battery 75D23L/ 12V 80D26L/ 12V 80D26L/ 12V

Engines & Chassis – Diesel MZ-CD 1.6-litre MZR-CD 2.2-litre Standard Power MZR-CD 2.2-litre High Power Transmission Powertrain Front-wheel drive Front-wheel drive Front-wheel drive Gear Ratios 6-speed manual 6-speed manual 6-speed manual 1st 3.727 3.538 3.538 2nd 2.048 1.913 1.913 3rd 1.258 1.218 1.290 4th 0.919 0.880 0.926 5th 0.738 0.809 0.853 6th 0.622 0.711 0.711 Reverse 3.818 3.831 3.831 Final Drive Ratio 3.611 1st-4th = 3.421 5th-6th = 2.954 1st-4th = 3.611 5th-6th = 3.095 Suspension and Wheels Front Suspension MacPherson strut MacPherson strut MacPherson strut Rear Suspension Multilink Multilink Multilink Stabilizers (front / rear) mm 21/20 22/21 22/21 Wheel size 15” 16” 17” 15 X 6.0 J 16 X 6 J 16 X 6 J 17 X 7.0 J 16 X 6 J 17 X 7.0 J Tyre size 15” 16” 17” 195/65 R15 205/55 R16 205/50 R17 205/55 R16 205/50 R17 205/55 R16 205/50 R17

Engines & Chassis – Diesel MZ-CD 1.6-litre MZR-CD 2.2-litre Standard Power MZR-CD 2.2-litre High Power Steering Type Rack & Pinion Rack & Pinion Rack & Pinion Power assist type Electro-hydraulic power assist Steering wheel turns (lock to lock) 2.94 2.94 2.94 Turning circle (curb to curb) m 10.4 10.4 10.4 Turning circle (wall to wall) m 10.9 10.9 10.9 Brakes Type front Ventilated discs Ventilated discs Ventilated discs Type rear Solid discs Solid discs Solid discs Diameter front mm 278 300 300 Diameter rear mm 265 280 280 Vacuum booster diameter inch 10 10 10 Scheduled maintenance Every 20,000 km/ 12 months Every 20,000 km/ 12 months Every 20,000 km/ 12 months

Mazda3 Sedan – Petrol – Performance and Weights Engine MZR 1.6-litre MZR 2.0-litre MZR 2.0-litre DISI i-stop Transmission 5-speed manual/ 4-speed AT 5-speed automatic 6-speed manual Performance Top speed km/h 185/177 210 212 Acceleration 0-100 km/h* s 12.2/13.1 10.6 10.4 Fuel Consumption** Urban l/100 km 8.4/9.9 10.6 9.1 Extra urban l/100 km 5.2/6.0 5.8 5.3 Combined l/100 km 6.4/7.4 7.6 6.7 CO2 emissions (combined) g/km 147/171 175 157 Emissions ranking Euro Stage V Euro Stage V Euro Stage V Weight and Payload Min. kerb weight (without driver) kg 1,185/1,195 1,265 1,265 Min. kerb weight*** kg 1,260/1,270 1,340 1,340 Max. permissible weight kg 1,745/1,770 1,820 1,820 Permissible front axle weight kg 920/945 995 990 Permissible rear axle weight kg 905/900 900 905 Permissible tow weight, trailer without brakes kg 550/550 550 550 Permissible tow weight, trailer with brakes (12% slope) kg 930/550 1,300 1,000 Max. roof load capacity kg 75 75 75

Mazda3 Sedan – Diesel – Performance and Weights Engine MZ-CD 1.6-litre Transmission 6-speed manual Performance Top speed km/h 188 Acceleration 0-100 km/h* s 12.0 Fuel Consumption** Urban l/100 km 5.2 Extra urban l/100 km 3.8 Combined l/100 km 4.3 CO2 emissions (combined) g/km 115 Emissions ranking Euro Stage V Weight and Payload Min. kerb weight (without driver) kg 1,240 Min. kerb weight*** kg 1,315 Max. permissible weight kg 1,815 Permissible front axle weight kg 995 Permissible rear axle weight kg 900 Permissible tow weight, trailer without brakes kg 600 Permissible tow weight, trailer with brakes (12% slope) kg 1,300 Max. roof load capacity kg 75

Mazda3 Hatchback – Petrol – Performance and Weights Engine MZR 1.6-litre MZR 2.0-litre MZR 2.0-litre DISI i-stop Transmission 5-speed manual / 4-speed automatic 5-speed automatic 6-speed manual Performance Top speed km/h 181/173 205 206 Acceleration 0-100 km/h* s 12.2/13.1 10.6 10.4 Fuel Consumption** Urban l/100 km 8.4/10.2 10.6 9.1 Extra urban l/100 km 5.2/6.1 5.8 5.3 Combined l/100 km 6.4/7.6 7.6 6.7 CO2 emissions (combined) g/km 147/176 175 157 Emissions ranking Euro Stage V Euro Stage V Euro Stage V Weight and Payload Min. kerb weight (without driver) kg 1,195/1,225 1,285 1,280 Min. kerb weight*** kg 1,270/1,300 1,360 1,355 Max. permissible weight kg 1,770/1,790 1,835 1,835 Permissible front axle weight kg 925/950 1,000 1,000 Permissible rear axle weight kg 920/915 910 910 Permissible tow weight, trailer without brakes kg 550/550 550 550 Permissible tow weight, trailer with brakes (12% slope) kg 930/550 1,300 1,000 Max. roof load capacity kg 75 75 75

Mazda3 Hatchback – Diesel – Performance and Weights MZ-CD 1.6-litre MZR-CD 2.2-litre Standard Power MZR-CD 2.2-litre High Power 6-speed manual 6-speed manual 6-speed manual Performance Top speed km/h 186 205 213 Acceleration 0-100 km/h* s 12.0 9.2 8.2 Fuel Consumption** Urban l/100 km 5.2 6.6 6.9 Extra urban l/100 km 3.8 4.4 4.5 Combined l/100 km 4.3 5.2 5.4 CO2 emissions (combined) g/km 115 139 144 Emissions ranking Euro Stage V Euro Stage V Euro Stage V Weight and Payload Min. kerb weight (without driver) kg 1,255 1,390 1,390 Min. kerb weight*** kg 1,330 1,465 1,465 Max. permissible weight kg 1,830 1,965 1,965 Permissible front axle weight kg 1,005 1,135 1,135 Permissible rear axle weight kg 910 915 915 Permissible tow weight, trailer without brakes kg 600 600 600 Permissible tow weight, trailer with brakes (12% slope) kg 1,300 1,500 1,500 Max. roof load capacity kg 75 75 75

Mazda3 MPS Facelift 2011 – Performance and Weights MZR 2.3-litre DISI Turbo 6-speed manual Performance Top speed km/h 250 Acceleration 0-100 km/h* s 6.1 Fuel Consumption** Urban l/100 km 13.2 Extra urban l/100 km 7.5 Combined l/100 km 9.6 CO2 emissions (combined) g/km 224 Emissions ranking Euro Stage V Weight and Payload Min. kerb weight (without driver) kg 1,395 Min. kerb weight*** kg 1,470 Max. permissible weight kg 1,925 Permissible front axle weight kg 1,075 Permissible rear axle weight kg 925 Permissible tow weight, trailer without brakes kg 550 Permissible tow weight, trailer with brakes (12% slope) kg 1,300 Max. roof load capacity kg 75

  • Killer88

    Δεν σας θυμίζει πάρα πολύ Infinity?  Από κινητήρες δεν είπαν τπτ όμως για βενζίνη.

    • Mika

      To leei kai sto deltio typou, kai sto Autocar dokimasan ena prwtotypo, 2 wheel drive 2.0 petrol me 165 ps..

  • pariah

    Συμπαθητικό……..