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ABS, Alloy wheels, Bluetooth, CD player, Central locking, Cruise control, Daytime running lights, Electric heated seats, Electric seat adjustment, Electric side mirror, Electric windows, ESP, Fog lamp, Four wheel drive, Full Service History, Hands-free kit, Head-up display, Isofix (child seat anchor points), Light sensor, MP3 interface, Multifunction steering wheel, Navigation system, On-board computer, Rain sensor, Roof rack, Start-stop system, Traction control, Tuner/radio, Warranty , Front and Side and More Airbags , Parking sensors ( Front , Rear , Camera )

Categories: | Mazda | Estate |


  • SKU: Mazda-6-3451
  • Car Type: Estate
  • Age: 2015
  • Fuel: Diesel
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Seats: 5
  • Climatisation: Automatic air conditioning
  • Interior Colour: Other
  • Fuel Consumption Urban: 6.4 l/100
  • Kilometres: 11300
  • Vehicle Condition: Demonstrator
  • Doors: 5
  • Model: 6
  • Colour Filter: White Metallic
  • First Registration: 12/2015
  • Interior Design: Full leather
  • Fuel Consumption Combined: 5.4 l/100
  • Fuel Consumption Extra Urban: 4.9 l/100 km
  • Drive: Left Hand Drive

This Mazda has Automatic transmission with a Diesel engine. It has Head-up display, MP3 interface, Multifunction steering wheel, Rain sensor, Start-stop system

This Japanese automaker is the fifteenth largest in the world and renowned for its pioneering engineering techniques. Since its inception in 1920, Mazda set itself apart from other companies by championing rotary engine technology which plays an important part in most of their vehicles.

Mazda targets the sporting motorist, producing lightweight sportscars, as well as affordable family cars for everyday driving. Mazda was credited with having revived the small sportscar after a significant decline during the 1970s.

Our collection of left hand drive Mazdas is extensive, including general purpose hatchbacks, executive saloons, classy sportscars and powerful 4x4s.

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