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2013 Mazda Atenza Launched in Japanese Domestic Market

Mazda Motor Corporation has officially launched the all-new Mazda Atenza in Japan. This model is also known overseas as Mazda6. The manufacturer’s suggested retail price for the all-new Mazda Atenza ranges from 2,500,000 yen to 3,400,000 yen including tax. Likewise, Mazda expects to sell 1,000 units per month in their domestic market.     The all-new Atenza is Mazda’s flagship ...

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World Premiere of All-New Mazda6 Wagon at 2012 Paris Motor Show

Mazda Motor Corporation will hold the world premiere of the all-new Mazda6 wagon at the 2012 Paris Motor Show. The car is also known as Atenza in Japan. The new Mazda6 Sedan, currently making its debut at Moscow Motor Show, will be exhibited alongside the wagon.     According to our source, both models displayed at the Paris Motor Show ...

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Production of All-New Mazda6 Begins at Hofu Plant

Mazda held a ceremony to commemorate the start of production of the new Mazda6 (known as Atenza in Japan), fully redesigned for the first time in five years. The ceremony took place at the company’s Hofu Plant No. 2, in Yamaguchi prefecture, Japan. Approximately 500 people gathered for the celebration, including Mazda’s Representative Director and Chairman of the Board, President ...

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All-New Mazda6 World Premiere at 2012 Moscow Motor Show

The coming 2012 Moscow Motor Show, Mazda will hold the world premiere of the all-new Mazda6 sedan, which is also known as Mazda Atenza in Japan. This model will be an all-new model which received a totally redesigned for the first time within 5 years cycle. The Moscow Motor Show begins August 29 and runs through to September 9, 2012. ...

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Mazda ‘i-ELOOP’ World’s First Capacitor-Based Regenerative Braking System for Passenger Vehicles

In recent announcement by Mazda Motor Corporation, the Hiroshima-based automaker has developed the world’s first passenger vehicle regenerative braking system that uses a capacitor. The groundbreaking system, which Mazda calls ‘i-ELOOP’, will begin to appear in Mazda’s vehicles in 2012. In real-world driving conditions with frequent acceleration and braking, ‘i-ELOOP’ improves fuel economy by approximately 10 percent.      Mazda’s ...

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