As described at "Dawn of a New Era", the new model is a very important Mazda vehicle, the new Skyactiv-Vehicle Architecture platform and the new Skyactiv-X motor. Finally, the Spark-Controlled Compression Ignition Technology (SCCI) is based on combining the best features of gasoline and diesel engines.
There is currently version 3 in new releases, including 5-door hatchback and 4-door sedan versions. Design is an evolutionary one, but the model is definitely noteworthy as it incorporates some elements of the Vision Coupe concept. It has aggressive front tray radiator and thin faces. The Hatchback offers a very elegant silhouette because the roof line goes toward the bottom, until curves into the shells. Another pulley is a sedan that offers more rigorous lines.
Unfortunately, the company confirmed the introduction of revolutionary SCCI, and we tested it early in that year. It is said that 1.5 -.0.0 and 2.5-liter versions of Skyactiv-G are included in different markets. Innovations include changes and pistons to improve the fuel economy and dynamics. In some markets the diesel drive will be 1.8 liters of diameter, with a review of the fuel injection, which also reduces the fuel consumption. The units will have 6-speed manuals and automatic transmissions available.
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There is no detail in the four-wheel drive that has been inserted into Mazda3.
The interior approach of the designer is described as "less". The 3-inch steering wheel and slate design are very minimalist, equipped with a 8.8-inch screen. There are several buttons on the bottom, there are some of the air conditioning systems and onboard systems. The pattern continues on the Head-up screen. The A-pillars that provide an excellent view on the road are interesting.
Mazda3 will make it easier to put together a new technology support device. The Brand Crash & Traffic Support (CTS) system adds a stacking assistant to the acceleration, braking and turning control. Cross traffic warning helps to avoid accidents at the "blind" intersections at the front.