Tuesday, August 22, 2000

New 2.0-liter engine models

Mazda Motor Corporation unveils two upscale MPV models, "Urban Break S" and "Urban Break," and enhanced features for all other existing models, available at Mazda and Mazda Anfini dealers throughout Japan.

Mazda MPV ES
The MPV is a stylish minivan that fully embodies Mazda's brand personality, "stylish," "insightful" and "spirited." Combining a stylish exterior with a versatile-seating insightful interior, MPV has remained popular with customers since it was first introduced in 1999. Its monthly average sales volume in Japan in the first half of this year was 4,550 units, while the company's initial forecast was 3,000 units.

The "Urban Break S" and "Urban Break" are upscale MPV models that evolve from the popular limited edition Briza and the former special specification model Urban Break, respectively. Based on the two-wheel-drive and 2.0-liter engine "B" model, both new models feature popular equipment, including a CD player and dark-tinted glass as a standard. Additionally, the "Urban Break S" features aerodynamic parts-"under-spoilers" at front, side and rear-and 15-inch aluminum wheels for a sportier look. With these new 2.0-liter engine models, the MPV series can provide customers with an even broader array of choices.

Moreover, all MPV models now feature a standard air filter with aldehyde removal function to keep the interior comfortable and clean. Another model, the 2.5-liter engine Deluxe "L," offers a number of new features, including standard equipment 16-inch tires, aluminum wheels and front fog lamps for a sportier appearance, an audio system with a high-powered amplifier and nine speakers, and an auto cruise control system for a more comfortable driving experience.

Find more news and information at www.mazda.com

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