Mazda CX-5 2.0L Carbon Edition FWD ( 2021) Spec

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Mazda is satisfied to report an update to our multi-award winning Mazda CX-5 range with the appearance of the Mazda CX-5 2.0L Carbon Edition FWD. This model will fill in as an elective contribution to the remainder of the CX-5 2.0L range, offering an elite and energetic look, on both the outside and inside. The Carbon Edition comes standard with a similar 2.0L SKYACTIV-G motor (121kW/213Nm) offered on the current 2.0L territory. The 2.0L Carbon Edition FWD will be available in automatic transmission only The particular will be founded on…

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Haval’s new H6 SUV will make people over look the C-word

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There’s a completely new brand of SUV called Haval coming to South Africa, which is nice. But if you buy one, be prepared to hear the C-word. A lot. Haval is Chinese, a part of the Great Wall Motors (GWM) group. While some early models were badged “Great Wall Haval”, it’s now a standalone SUV brand.  “Early” is a relative term for a company that was only founded in 1990. But the range now includes the small H2, the large H8 and the off-road-style seven-seater H9. Haval’s newest model is the mid-sized H6, which is currently…

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Mazda’s Confusing Plan to Resurrect the Famously Dirty Rotary Engine

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The Wankel rotary engine is a wonderfully visceral thing. It clatters and sings and produces an absurd amount of power for its size. But it’s also archaic, in the way old cars often are, which makes it odd to think Mazda wants to bring it back. Rotaries are what made Mazda, in cars like the 1968 Sports Cosmo. The sleek two-seater I drove at Mazda’s top-secret Mine test track smelled of gasoline and weathered leather and wood. The houndstooth interior only added to the vintage vibe. No power steering, sticky…

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