Mazda Premieres the All New Mazda3 MPS at 2009 Geneva Motor Show
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Mazda3 MPS – All new Mazda turbo performance with sport styling
Exclusive to the 2009 Geneva Motor Show, Mazda premieres the all new Mazda3 MPS.
With its high performance turbo engine and striking sport styling, the all new Mazda3 MPS is much more than just another compact sport. Visitors to the Geneva Motor Show are the first in the world to see this new Mazda performance vehicle in the flesh. So whats to shout about?
Mazda3 MPS performance – now with lower fuel consumption
The all new Mazda3 MPS has at its heart the incredible 2.3 litre DISI Turbo engine – but with much lower fuel consumption than before. Compared to the current MPS, the new one uses up to half a litre less fuel per 100 km. However, output remains impressive. The 4-cylinder petrol engine delivers 260 PS at 5,500 rpm, cementing its position as one of the best performing front-engine, front wheel drive compact sports. Top speed: 250km/h; acceleration: 0-100km/h in 6.1 sec.
Brand new Mazda sport styling
The Mazda3 MPS is renowned for its sports style and this next generation model carries on the tradition. Highlights include:
- A distinctive front end with new air intake on the bonnet
- A large floating rear spoiler
- All new 18 inch alloy wheels, styled on the famous Mazda RX-8.
- A brand new dash including LED Turbo boost gauge.
- Black and red semi-bucket front seats
It all adds up to a stylish, refined look – a classic Mazda design for 2009.
Efficiency through Mazda technology
Mazda breakthroughs in engineering have created real improvements to the all new Mazda3 MPS – meaning real benefits to the driver.
- Much better fuel economy is possible through improved aerodynamics and other technological improvements.
- Cleaner emissions have been enabled due to the worlds first ‘single-nanotechnology fast reacting catalytic convertor under the floor
- Increased torque is possible through the direct injection fuel system and other advancements.
- Even more stable cooling thanks to a new air intake