The Japanese have a slightly upgraded Mazda CX-3 and Demio hatchback

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The company has updated the Mazda Demio compact hatchback and CX-3 crossover for the Japanese market. In the models slightly changed design of the exterior and interior, and the list of equipment added a new adjuvant system G-Vectoring Control.

Updated Mazda Demio hatchback, which is outside of Japan is known as the Mazda 2, received LED fog lights with chrome surround and turn signal indicators with built-in LED-elements in the housings of the side mirrors. But the SUV Mazda CX-3 has got the other 18-inch wheels and a diode head optics.

Inside, the updated models of the Japanese installed a new steering wheel and dashboard design changed. In addition, Mazda CX-3 received an additional projection display and powered driver’s seat in 10 ways.

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New items also are equipped with the G-Vectoring the Control. It analyzes the information on the position of the steering wheel every 5 milliseconds and reduces traction on the drive wheels (up to 10 Nm on the line and up to 30 Nm when cornering), thereby not allowing to unload the front axle.This solution not only improves traction but also enhances the comfort of travel.

In addition, the restyled Mazda CX-3 and “two” equipped with adaptive cruise control and headlights of head light warning system head-on collisions with pedestrian recognition, as well as Traffic Sign Recognition function.

In Japan, the line of power units of hatchback Mazda2 represented a 1.3-liter engine producing 93 hp and 1.5-liter turbodiesel SkyActive-D, which returns up to 105 “horses”. A CX-3 is only available with the latest engine. From a six-speed transmissions are available as a mechanic, and the same machine.

Sales updated Mazda2 and Mazda CX-3 will begin in Japan in mid-November 2016, the prices of cars are not specified.

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