Mazda 3 MPS (2012)

CARBARN | Mazda 3 MPS (2012) | The current Mazda 3 is a new front-end, the car has a unique athletic edge that is as instantly zoom-zoom. This continues with the Mazda 3 facelift. The corners of the front bumper now have a larger aperture around the air intakes, new round fog lamps in their lower portions immersed, and a lower front lip that protrudes outward more than before. These changes not only give the Mazda 3 facelift a more aggressive and emotionally appealing look, they work to improve aerodynamic performance as well. The facelift interior now features leather parking brake handle on all models. An important contribution to the stability of the Mazda 3 facelift is the new, aerodynamically optimized front bumper. This reduces the air, the better to the front of the vehicle and reduces turbulence in the air in the front of the engine compartment.

The front tire deflectors are now 50 percent stiffer than before, which helps prevent distortion at high speeds. How much can these activities affect air flow in the Mazda 3 can be seen facelift improves the drag coefficient Cd for the sedan is only 0.27 (0.28 for the current model) and 0.29 for the hatchback (0.30 for the current model). The Mazda 3 MPS drag coefficient remains unchanged at 0.32. Taken together, these updates the Mazda is helping three facelift to respond perfectly to support the driver's input, Mazda feel the hallmark of a-with-the-car, improving directional stability at higher speeds, and make the ride more enjoyable. IVE gasoline motors are available for the Mazda 3 facelift MZR 2.0 DISI beginning with the six-speed gearbox, which gives a sporty 110 kW/150 hp at 6,200 rpm and 191 Nm of torque at 4,500 revolutions per minute, i stop. This is driving pleasure combined with Mazda stop / start system, i-stop, which shuts off the engine when the car stops, saving fuel. For the Mazda 3 facelift, improved engine and improved aerodynamics tuning the fuel consumption by 0.1 liters to 6.7 liters per 100 km and CO2 emissions of 159-157 g / km (combined) decreased.

The petrol line-up also has the high-performance MZR 2.3 DISI Turbo with a specific ratio six-speed manual transmission in the Mazda 3 MPS for sports purists. The engine consumes 9.6 liters of gasoline per 100 km, which is very acceptable for a high-performance cars to drive this exciting. Also on board for the Mazda 3 facelift are three lively petrol engines, which are very popular with European customers. It produces 110 kW/150 hp at 6,500 rpm min and 187 Nm of torque at 4,000, while 7.6 liters of fuel and produces 175 g / km CO2 (combined). The agile 1.6-liter MZR petrol engine with five-speed manual transmission on board is intended for clients that combines driving pleasure with low fuel consumption. It produces 77 kW/105 hp, 4,000 rpm, maximum power at 6,000 rpm and 145 Nm maximum torque.

Mazda 3 Facelift The standard equipment is generous and includes electric mirrors, tilt and telescopic steering wheel adjustment, CD player with MP3 capability and an auxiliary jack for connecting an MP3 player and play it with the available ex factory stereo. Integrated, depending on variety and market leather seats with 3 memory functions plus 2 in the keyless entry and start system transmitter, a premium 10-speaker Bose ® sound system designed specifically for the Mazda 3, Bluetooth ® for playback of MP3 players or developed for wireless hands-free, iPod ® and iPhone ® and MP3 CD capability are also available. There are also two-zone heating / air conditioning, keyless entry and start system with ignition, a parking aid, auto-dimming mirrors, heated windscreen and a rain / light sensor system is available only to name a few. Also on board for the first time with a new Mazda 3 Facelift gear shift indicator (manual transmission for the MZR 1.6 DISI MZR 2.0 petrol i-stop, and all diesel engines) is. This system was designed to optimize driver behavior shift to more fuel-efficient and smooth in all driving situations. Mazda 3 facelift, the standard safety package includes ABS, EBD, Brake Assist, traction control (ASR) and DSC.

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