Tuesday, July 27, 2010

Japanese automaker Mazda plans to begin selling a compact crossover called the CX-5 at the end of 2011.

The new car looks will resemble the concept car Kazamai, first presented at the Moscow Motor Show in 2008. As expected that the CX-5 will be produced in three-and five-door versions. New engines and transmissions will receive a new family of Sky. In addition, developers plan to make a new car for about 100 kilograms lighter than similar models of competitors. 

Gasoline engines are equipped with Sky family of direct injection with piezoelectric injectors and their cylinder blocks were initially developed in such a way as to minimize the mechanical friction losses and improve the education of the fuel-air mixture. According to the manufacturer, these units will be approximately 30 per cent more economical than their counterparts.

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