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Mazda sets new benchmark for quality

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The International Motor Trading Agency (IMTA) presents its ‘2018 Ramadan Offer’ for Mazda vehicles.

Customers can enjoy free five years or 100,000kms service package, extended warranty of up to five years, insurance, registration, rust proofing, paint protection and under seal and window tinting.

IMTA is also offering a special finance deal with three months deferred instalment and a special finance interest rate.

This offer is valid until the end of Ramadan; terms and conditions apply.

The challenge is to build a car that can be used anywhere and in any way, to support creative, individualistic lifestyles.

The result is the Mazda CX-3.

The CX-3 is designed and engineered to stimulate emotions by closely matching human sensibilities.

Mazda’s KODO — Soul of Motion design language again sets a new benchmark for quality and style, while a full suite of revolutionary Skyactiv technology delivers performance that enhances modern lifestyles on any road from the inner city to the great outdoors.

The CX-3 is the perfect tool for expressing your individuality and adding spice to your life.

Mazda’s new-generation all-wheel-drive system i-ACTIV, AWD is engineered to offer confident driving on any road surface, while also contributing to environmental compatibility.

Technology

The system helps prevent tyre slippage and minimises energy loss – enhancing both drivability in poor conditions and fuel economy – by instantly distributing power optimally between the front and rear wheels.

Additionally, i-ACTIV AWD assesses your intentions via your driving operations to precisely adjust torque distribution.

Fun-to-drive vehicles with unprecedented environmental and safety performance are the target of Skyactiv technology, and this is what drives its continuing development.

To reconcile these apparently incompatible goals at ever higher levels, this comprehensive suite of technology breakthroughs aims to eliminate inefficiency and waste throughout the entire vehicle to achieve the ultimate in auto design and engineering.

Through ground-breaking innovations of Skyactiv technology, Mazda’s proactive safety philosophy is firmly grounded in a belief in the driver’s abilities, aiming to support safe driving while maintaining all the fun of the open road.

Active safety measures to identify risk early and reduce the chance of damage or injury include Mazda’s i-ACTIVSENSE suite of advanced safety technologies.

The amount of information presented to you when driving continues to increase. For example, i-ACTIVSENSE detects traffic conditions around the vehicle and provides warnings, while MZD CONNECT, the new in-vehicle connectivity system, offers access to the Internet and the latest services.

Mazda engineered the cockpit with a new Human Machine Interface design to prevent confusion in decision-making, minimise driver eye movements and reduce physical stress.

The Mazda-developed Active Driving Display mounted above the metre hood shows the most essential driving information with no need to look away from the road, and the metre provides clear vehicle-status information.

Style

In addition, frequently used operations are controlled by steering wheel mounted switches and paddle shifters without taking hands off the steering wheel.

Information for MZD Connect’s audio, communication and navigation functions is displayed on a seven-inch LCD mounted on top of the dashboard.

Multi-stage operations of MZD Connect are quickly and accurately controlled by a commander control located on the floor console where the driver’s hand naturally falls.

For more information contact Tubli 17875777 or visit www.mazda.kekanoo.com.

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