An Exciting Addition: 2017 Mazda6 Coupe, Part II

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Such exciting things are happening at Mazda right now! We already know how attractive the Mazda6 is, but you’ve gotta check out the new coupe. The lines on the body run in expected ways toward the front of the car. Here, you will find small wings at the bottom front fascia of the car. It’s a fresh new look, and the Mazda engineers did a great job. Some shiny additions are new chrome outlining the grille and LED lights for headlights. Moreover, buyers will get to choose from a variety of rim designs and body paint colors that will be unique to the Mazda6 Coupe.

 

If the interior is anything like the Mazda6, you can rest assured that it will be finer and of higher quality than the Ford Fusion. We’ve seen how solid and long-lasting the 6 has been as far as durability goes. The 6 Coupe will also have all the technological features that matter, like Bluetooth capability, phone, CD, MP3 and a Bose audio system to match. The screen display size is a pretty good its size–six inches.

 

We expect the Mazda6 Coupe to be as comfortable as the Mazda6 has proven to be. Also, it will mostly like come with a SkyActiv diesel unit and front or all-wheel drive option.

 

Whenever you’re ready to come see what Mazda has to offer, please visit us at CardinaleWay Mazda in Corona. With a great selection of new and pre-owned vehicles–there’s something for everybody here at Mazda.

 

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The 2017 Mazda3: The Hearty Option For Compact Car Lovers

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This 2017 Mazda3 looks similar to its predecessor, but look again, because it has been redesigned to look sharper and wider. These changes are noticeable in the front of the body, specifically, the grille, head and fog lights. The Mazda3 looks more appealing, even a tad aggressive.
Some new available perks this year are LED headlights and a heated steering wheel. In the interior you will find a tachometer mounted on the instrument display and a steering wheel reminiscent of the CX-9. One of our favorite changes is a small electronic switch in place of the manual brake that is surrounded by extra storage space. On the door, the pockets are larger and deeper and the door panels are lines with a more attractive-looking trim.

 

The most famous revision of the Mazda3 is its new G-Vectoring Control system. It has gotten a lot of publicity lately and we’ll tell you why. G-Vectoring is a new technology that allows for smoother driving by switching the weight of the car between the front and back wheels. This activates while making sharp turns, lane changing and other similar movements. This manipulation of weight improves grip on the road and minimizes rough and uncontrollable shifts behind the wheel. It’s just a smoother ride. We love it!

 

Some more things to be excited about: the 18-inch alloy wheels come new and improved and you get the option of choosing a manual or automatic drive–something that many other competing models won’t give you.

 

Let’s not forget the collection of safety features that come with Mazda vehicles like forward collision warning, lane-keeping assist, adaptive cruise control and blind spot monitoring. You even get a camera that will activate an emergency-braking system when it detects a nearby pedestrian.

 

For the last three years, CarAndDriver.com has included the Mazda3 in its 10 Best Cars list. We’re proud to say that although the Mazda3 hasn’t needed a whole lot of improving, Mazda is still working hard to innovate and design new ways to improve your driving experience.

 

Please visit CardinaleWay Mazda in Corona so we can show you what the Mazda3 has to offer. It’s a reliable compact that happens to be very generous for its size!

 

 

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Phone: 888.671.6176

Website: www.CardinaleWayMazdaCorona.com

Mazda To Show Off New Koeru Concept Crossover in Frankfurt

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A long time ago, way back in 2010, Mazda introduced a concept car at the LA Auto Show. And since then, nada.  No concept cars have made a debut at any auto show. Come September, that is expected to change, when the industry believes that Mazda’s new five-door crossover design will make an entrance at the Frankfurt Motor Show. Designed by none other than lead designer Luca Zollino with Mazda’s European R&D Center, the Koeru is expected to shake things up in this popular and competitive vehicle segment. The buzz is that the Koeru will stand out from the competition and show off in performance, value efficiency and style.

In Japanese, Koeru means “go beyond, or exceed.” That’s exactly what Mazda intends to do with the Koeru.  Think sleek, like the Mazda CX-3. But when it comes to size, it won’t be as tall as the current CX-5.  We know it will have a 2.2-litre turbocharged diesel SkyActiv engine, which will deliver plenty of torque and lots of fun, as well.

We can’t wait to see this new concept car.  But we’re more excited about the possibility that we’ll be seeing it in showrooms sooner than later.  We’ve got our fingers crossed.

In the meantime, when you’re ready to put Mazda’s commitment to exceptional performance, technology and design to the test, come in for a test drive.  At CardinaleWay Mazda in Corona, we’ve got the perfect Mazda waiting for you.

 

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Corona, CA 92882

Phone: 888.671.6176

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