Mazda has today unveiled the third in its series of extreme cars, a modified version of the high-performance Mazda3 Mazda Performance Series (MPS), at the 2007 Sydney Motorshow. Based on the top-selling Sports Pack luxury specification, the Mazda3 MPS Extreme has received engine, suspension and exhaust upgrades that improve the performance of the world’s quickest hot-hatch by about twenty per cent.
Mazda has announced today two ‘affordable, sporty and stylish’ Summer Special models to its established Zoom-Zoom product line-up this month. The pricing for the new models starts from £13,795 on-the-road, and offering customer savings of up to £3,126.
Beginning in the summer of 2006, Mazda completely renewed and expanded the Mazda3 line up. It began with the introduction of a major facelift and, at the end of 2006, with the launch of the high-performance sports compact fl agship, Mazda3 MPS. And the good news now continues with another major addition to the Mazda3 lineup, the 143 PS, MZR-CD 2.0 common-rail turbo diesel engine in both sedan and hatchback models.
Mazda Motor Corporation today announced the launch in Japan of the Mazda Axela Sport special edition 23ST and 20ST models. All models come with exclusive body colors and interior design and go on sale nationwide at all Mazda, Mazda Anfini and Mazda Autozam dealers from today.
The 2007 MazdaSpeed3 made its debut at the 2006 New York International Auto Show and will be launched in Fall 2006. Having its compact, lightweight body and more than 250 hp from a 2.3-liter Direct Injection Spark Ignition Turbo engine, MazdaSpeed3 will be one of the quickest front-wheel drive cars in the world.