Undoubtedly, one of the main attractions of this year's Paris Motor Show will be the facelifted version of the Mazda2 – World Car of the year 2008 – which Mazda has announced today. Celebrating its European premiere, the compact revised ride will boast some exclusive key changes, including: a new front end styling, a upgraded cabin ambience, a new line-up of Euro V power units, an enhanced chassis for smoother and joyful ride, as well as an automatic transmission model.

Along with the new, upgraded Mazda2, the Japanese brand will introduce at the show an enhanced version of the Mazda5, which will be fitted with a new and more economical MZ-CD 1.6 diesel powerplant.

  • A frugal and powerful 1.6-litre diesel engine (5.2 l/100km, 115 PS)
  • - 15% CO2 emissions in comparison to previous 2.0-litre diesel
  • New lightweight 6-gear manual transmission
  • An eye-catching design that sets it apart in the C-MAV segment
  • Enhanced Karakuri interior flexibility for up to seven people plus sliding rear doors

Another highlight on the Mazda booth will be the new Mazda3 that will also benefit from the MZ-CD 1.6 diesel engine.

  • + 6 PS more maximum power
  • + 12% higher maximum torque
  • 4.4 l/100km and 117g/km CO2
  • New lightweight 6-gear manual transmission

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