Mazda will show a new model at the Geneva Motor ShowJanuary 13, 2019
The Japanese company Mazda announced that it will present the world premiere of a new model at the Geneva Motor Show in March of this year.
Unfortunately, Mazda did not provide more information, but some details have already been leaked to the press.
Considering that the new Mazda 3 debuted at the end of the year, the current CX-5 has been on the market for only two years, and the upgraded Mazda 6 has been on the market for just a year, these models can be definitely excluded from the list of bidders. And the only non-new model in the Mazda lineup is the CX-3 subcompact crossover, which will probably be shown in Geneva.
According to the latest information, the CX-3 will use the new Mazda 3 platform in return for the criticized current version built on the Mazda 2 platform. Thus, the crossover will increase in size and will be able to compete with the Toyota C-HR and Hyundai Kona.
The SkyActiv II platform will make the crossover not only more spacious, but also more economical, since the model will receive new engines, including the most powerful 2-liter version. Home sales are expected in early 2020.
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