The new Mazda Flair has been recently launched in Japan, where its future customers will have to pay the equivalent of 12,270 USD.
According to the car manufacturer, the new Mazda Flair is getting ready to go on sale on the 31st of January, on its local auto market. The model in question is a lightweight crossover which has received some plastic body cladding, skid plates, a 175-180 mm ground clearance, 28° approach angle and some 15-inch wheels, so those of you who enjoy off-roading can do it in this vehicle. Mazda didn’t release any interior images with the new Flair but the carmaker says that the cabin is spacious and it can seat four adults.
The new Mazda Flair is getting a rear seat which can fold, recline and slide, heated front seats, color coordinating trim and some other tweaks. As far as the engine goes, you should know that the model in question is powered by a 660cc unit, mated to a continuously variable transmission (CVT). All-wheel drive system with hill descent control system can be offered as an option. Prices for the Mazda Flair have been set at 1,285,200 Yen (12,270 USD / 8,965 EUR). The model will go on sale on the 31st of January.
by Cristian Gnaticov
) - Friday, December 27th, 2013 - filed under Mazda
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