What Should Mazda Fans Look for at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show?
We’ve seen five model launches in six months from Mazda, and many of these redesigned vehicles still need to be introduced to European consumers. Thus, the automaker will have a lot on display at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show, which opens to the public on March 5th.
While none of the models on display are new to American audiences, they are sure to connect with Mazda’s already-devoted European fans thanks to their upgraded safety systems and style.
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Five of Mazda’s Best Models on Display in Geneva
CX-3: Mazda’s first compact crossover is making its European debut, and its arrival will be Mazda’s main attraction during the Geneva Motor Show. This smaller alternative to the CX-5–which was first unveiled in November at the LA Auto Show–could have mass appeal in Europe thanks to its size, top-of-its-class technology, and two/four wheel drive options.
CX-5: Mazda’s popular SUV still has many fans in Europe, so its latest model year will be on display as well, showing off its redesigned interior.
MX-5: Finally Europe will get to see the next generation 2016 MX-5 Miata we’ve been bombarded with for the past six months in the United States. Will the rear-driven sports car receive the same amount of love in Europe as the American press has given it?
Mazda2: The award-winning subcompact received a lot of attention when its redesign debuted in Canada, so it won’t be surprising if the next-gen miniature–which already won Europe’s Golden Steering Wheel award–receives similar love this week.
Mazda6: No auto show would be complete without a visit from Mazda’s beloved sedan. Coming off the heels of winning the 2015 Kelley Blue Book 5-Year Cost to Own award, the Mazda6 is ready to receive even more attention.
All five models will feature MZD Connect.
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