Mazda presents its novelties in Tokyo in 2014
Mazda is ready to introduce some renewed models at the show in Tokyo that will take place at the first month of the upcoming year. The auto manufacturer plans to present the latest 6 and 3 models and the crossover CX5. All models have been updated with improved aerodynamic, wheels and performance brakes.
The carmaker will introduce its 3 model available in hatchback and sedan versions at the Tokyo tuning show. All cars will get the special brand’s details and graphics. The 3 hatchback will be equipped with Brembo brakes, light alloy wheels and fix chassis.
The 6 sedan is expected to have two tones exterior, new aluminum wheels and aero pieces of Mazda Speed. Besides, the updated interior will include the Alcantra trim.
In addition, this novelty will get a 2.2-liter brand’s SKYACTIV-D turbo diesel engine, which can produce the output of 173 horsepower with the torque of 310 lb-ft.
The Mazda 6 sedan is available in a wagon variant, which includes renewed wheels, aero pieces as the exterior changings and the dashboard covered leather inside of a car. This model is also equipped with a 2.2-liter SKYACTIV-D turbo diesel engine.
Finally, the Mazda manufacturer presents its renewed CX-5, which will distinguish itself in the Brembo brakes, the centered dual exhaust system; the exterior will be matte black and the interior includes two tones.
If you want to be at the center of events, you do not have to miss the annual auto show in Tokyo, which will hold from 10 to 12 January 2014. Anyway, we promise to keep you informed.
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