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Mazda Mazda introduced a 2.0 MZR-CD sedan and hatchback version with a 2.0-liter common-rail turbo diesel engine at the Geneva Motor Show.

The launch of these two cars has greatly enriched the Mazda3's car lineup. The car’s engine not only uses a low compression ratio to reduce carbon dioxide emissions by 10%, but also uses a variable geometry turbocharger to achieve maximum power and maximum torque to 143 horsepower and 360N·m/2000rpm, respectively, which are at the same level. It is already quite good in the model. In order to ensure that the vehicle has a rapid throttle response and plenty of power, a six-speed manual transmission is matched with this engine. The top speeds of the Mazda3 2.0 MZR-CD sedan and hatchback version are 205 and 203 kilometers per hour respectively. At the same time, the fuel consumption of this model is also quite good, both vehicles are 6 liters/100 kilometers. It is worth mentioning that the new car uses a catalyst-supported diesel particulate filter system to reduce nitrogen oxides and particles by more than 25% and 75%.

Mazda introduced a facelifted model of Mazda3 in 2006. The new car added a lot of user-friendly configurations. These configurations are also well continued on these two cars, including keyless entry and start systems, with 20G hard drives and The sound of the seven-speaker Dr. surround system. When developing this car, Mazda’s engineers paid great attention to improving the interior workmanship and comfort of the vehicle, and strived to minimize the impact of engine noise and vibration. This ensures that this top Mazda3 turbo diesel version can reach new heights in comfort while providing greater driving pleasure.

The Mazda3 2.0 MZR-CD has been comprehensively improved in terms of power performance while paying more attention to energy conservation and environmental protection. At the same time, it has also made great efforts in driving comfort and convenience. Japanese cars have low fuel consumption and exquisite workmanship. Once again, it is well reflected.

After the editor——

Mazda3 has experienced a lot of twists and turns in the domestic market. I wonder if the new diesel version launched this time has a chance to be introduced into the country. We look forward to the final result.