Mazda has released details about the third generation 2011 Mazda 5 ahead of its debut at the Geneva Motor Show
The redesigned Mazda 5 (or Premacy in Japan and NZ) is set to go on sale later this year.
Features include dual sliding doors and seating for seven.
According to Hideki Matsuoka, Mazda 5 Program Manager, "Our main goal with the all-new Mazda 5, was to develop a new C-MAV (C-segment Multi Activity Vehicle) that combines the superior environmental performance these times demand with a new expression in stylish design."
Under the bonnet you'll find a new 2.0-litre DISI1 petrol engine with an engine start/start system (called i-stop). Mazda will also offer a 1.8-litre petrol engine likely to produce 115hp and 165Nm of torque.
While official fuel economy ratings weren't released, Mazda says the engine will achieve approximately 15 percent reduction in CO² emissions compared to the 2.0-litre engine it replaces.
See the Mazda Premacy for sale here.