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  • 16/09/2016
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    New Mazda6 adds more style with no price increase
    Mazda6 just got even better thanks to a range of dynamic safety, interior design and NVH enhancements that add to the exceptional quality that the nameplate is renowned for, with prices remaining unchanged. Read More >>

  • 9/08/2016
    Mazda3 has received a range of innovative additions, and price reductions, that will make it even more appealing to small car buyers.

    Boasting a stylish interior and exterior re-design and improved ride and handling, New Mazda3 features new i-ACTIVSENSE safety technology; including Smart City Brake Support-Forward (SCBS-F) which is now standard across the range, while Mazda3 Maxx and all grades above it get SCBS-Reverse (SCBS-R), Blind Spot Monitoring (BSM)

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  • 4/04/2016

    Mazda Motor Corporation has revealed the Mazda MX-5 RF (retractable fastback). The latest addition to the MX-5 family fully embodies the model's 26-year-old tradition of "lots of fun".

    While staying true to the original MX-5 Retractable Hardtop's goal of making open-top driving more accessible, Mazda has broken the bounds of conventional thinking to create something entirely new.


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  • 16/11/2015
    New Mazda BT-50 has arrived featuring a refreshed front and rear end design, a new infotainment system, reverse camera and further inclusions that are expected to make Mazda's tough utility even more attractive to buyers.
    The straightening of the front grille, the re-design of the front and rear lights and stylish new 16 and 17 inch alloys, makes the New Mazda BT-50 more aggressive the ever before.
    A new centre console infotainment display makes its debut on New Mazda BT-50, and is standard on the XTR and GT models with a 7.8 inch high definition screen that includes Sat Nav.
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