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Mazda5 With Stop-Start to Premier at Geneva 2010
In brief: With the Geneva Motor Show still over a month away, automakers are already previewing their latest tech to debut at Europe's biggest automotive event.
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Mazda has announced that they will unveil the all-new Mazda5 (called the Premacy in Japan) at the 2010 Geneva Motor Show in March.
The Mazda5 features a 2.0L direct-injection gasoline engine that uses i-stop, cutting emissions by up to 15% compared to previous models of the vehicle. The older 1.8L model will still be available as well next-generation SKY-D diesel engines, though not until 2011.
And so ...
Interesting preview from Mazda, though fuel efficiency is only marginally improved with the i-stop system. Those diesel options, however, are something else.
Photo credits: Mazda Motors
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