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All-new Mazda3 five-door hatch unveiled

The Mazda3 five-door hatch has made an unexpected official debut today ahead of its first public appearance at the Bologna Motor Show on December 3.
All-new Mazda3 five-door hatch unveiled
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On the heels of the freshly unveiled sedan version, the new Mazda3 hatch adopts the same characteristics as its sibling with a far more sporty and dynamic design.

Efficiency was a major factor in the research and development process, with Mazda including more economical powertrains, weight saving solutions and 'best in class' aerodynamics.

All-new Mazda3 five-door hatch unveiled

Petrol variants offer even further advanced environmental performance, including the world’s first vehicle catalyst to be constructed using single nanotechnology - as opposed to other scarce materials such as platinum and palladium.

All-new Mazda3 five-door hatch unveiled

The European engine line-up will include the new 2.2-litre turbo diesel engine which recently launched in the new Mazda6, in addition to the existing 1.6 and 2.0-litre petrol engines and the popular 1.6-litre turbo diesel.

All-new Mazda3 five-door hatch unveiled

This 2.2-litre diesel will be offered in both standard and high power guise, developing 110kW and 136kW respectively whilst each complying with Euro 5 emissions levels.

All-new Mazda3 five-door hatch unveiled

Mazda still has one more ace up its sleeve with the highly anticipated launch of the MPS variant of the next-generation Mazda3.