Tuesday, September 12, 2000

Demio 1500 Aletta Sport Model

Mazda Motor Corporation has introduced "Aletta,"1 the new 1.5-liter sport model of the popular Demio minivan, at all Mazda, Mazda Anfini and Mazda Autozam dealerships throughout Japan. In addition, Mazda has enhanced existing Demio models with a revised emission system that meets the 2000 Japan Emission Control Standards for all 1.3-liter models and reinforced body structure for all 1.3 and 1.5-liter models.

Mazda Demio 1500
The Demio, which created a new 'compact wagon' genre when introduced in August 1996, has been one of Mazda's best-selling products. Its compact body makes it easy to park and maneuver in traffic or in a multi-level parking lot. Its roomy and comfortable interior, stylish appearance, flexible and creative seat arrangements and responsive handling and performance also make it a pleasure to own and drive.

Mazda Demio 1500 Aletta Sport
Demio's highlights:
1. The revised emission system-rebuilding and repositioning the catalytic converter-enables all 1.3-liter engine models to meet the 2000 Japan Emission Control Standards.
2. Demio's enhanced safety features include a strengthened center pillar, filled with resin foam plastic, and reinforced bars on roof and floor and an optional SRS2 side-impact airbags to improve safety in the event of side-impact collision.
3. The new model includes aerodynamic accessories and a center-roof antenna on the outside and black-tinted interior with an accent of white-colored instrument panel meters and a NARDI leather-wrapped steering wheel on the inside to lend a spirited air to the model.
4. Enhanced body rigidity, along with revised suspension system, enhance ride comfort and handling stability.
5. Mazda's "New-Concept Audio System" is standard equipment for all models, except Model L, and the Mazda Telematics-compatible navigation system is optional.

1 Aletta means "attractive" in Italian. This name implies a stylish and spirited image for the new model.
2 SRS: Supplemental Restraint System.

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