More Spy Shots of the Mazda CX-4, the production version of the 2015 Mazda Koeru concept. This time we have a red example seen somewhere outside the factory in China. The Mazda CX-4 will debut on the Beijing Auto Show in April and launch on the Chinese car market soon thereafter.
Spectacular Spy Shots showing the production version of the 2015 Mazda Koeru concept testing in China. Chinese media say that production version will be called Mazda CX-4, and not Mazda CX-7, as was widely assumed when the concept debuted.
An absolutely bananas Mazda 6 sedan, seen on the ‘Car Meeting of Beijing’ tuning show on the Golden Port race track in the Chinese capital. The good Maz’ was painted in banana yellow, and further sexed up with a low riding lowered suspension, a hefty body kit, a carbon front lip, a black grille, black windows, black mirrors, and slick-like low profile tires with multispoke alloys.
The first generation Mazda 6 sedan is still in production in China. The 2015 model has just been launched, with a price ranging from 129.800 yuan to 159.800 yuan ($20.720 – 25.512). That is a huge markdown compared to 2014 when the Six started at 164.800 and ended at 184.800. The lower price indicates the old Maz’ is finally becoming a bit harder to sell…
A very flashy Mazda 6 Ruyi sedan, Spotted in China in the great city of Shanghai by reader Anonymous, thank you for the pictures! The good Mazda is wrapped in an eye-battering shiny Pink wrap and further made up by a shiny black grille, black windows, …
The Mazda Axela 3 hatchback and sedan have been launched on the Chinese auto market, giving Mazda a credible entry in the ferociously competitive compact car segment. Price starts at 114.900 yuan and ends at 159.900 yuan. The Mazda 3 Axela is based on the third-generation Mazda 3, known as the ‘Mazda Axela’ in Japan and as ‘Mazda 3’ in the rest of the world.
The new Mazda 6 Atenza has been launched on the China car market, giving Mazda a credible weapon to attack the mighty Ford Mondeo, Honda Accord, and Toyota Camry. Price for the Mazda 6 Atenza starts at 179.800 yuan and ends at 238.900 yuan.
Spy shots showing the Mazda Atenza sedan testing in China. The third generation Atenza, aka Mazda 6, will have its China-debut on the Guangzhou Auto Show in November and it will be launched on the China car market just before the end of the year. Price will start around 180.000 yuan.
The first generation Mazda 6 is still in production in China, and a slightly updated version has just been launched on the China car market. The update consists of redesigned fog lights in the front bumper. Price starts at 135.800 yuan and ends at 149.800 yuan.