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New Grade ’20CS’ Added to the Mazda Premacy Lineup


- With a sporty grille built into the large aero bumper and olive interior as standard equipment -

Mazda Motor Corporation has added a new grade, ’20CS’, to the popular Mazda Premacy compact minivan series that epitomizes Zoom-Zoom driving. This new Premacy (known as the Mazda5 in overseas markets) boasts a sportier-looking exterior and olive interior, and goes on sale on January 10, 2006, at Mazda, Mazda Anfini, and Mazda Autozam dealerships throughout Japan.

Mazda Premacy 20CS

Based on the Premacy 20C model that is powered by the 2.0-liter MZR engine, the newly added 20CS is equipped with a stylish front grille built in as frontal aeroparts. The olive interior color was selected due to its favorable reception by the Premacy’s 20C base grade customers. Already proven popular, these stylish features are combined and offered as standard equipment with a price increase only 12,000 yen higher (tax included) than the base model.

Features of the new Premacy 20CS
Base model

Premacy 20C [2WD (FWD)/4WD, equipped with the 2.0-liter MZR engine]
Additional equipment

- Sporty-looking grille built into the front aero bumper.
- Center panel module with the ’audioless’ specification (a center panel with free space for an audio system, i.e. without a factory or dealer-installed audio system) but with four speakers as standard equipment.
Body colors

The vehicle body color can be selected from a total of ten colors, including Phantom Blue Mica, Carbon Gray Mica, and Snowflake White Pearl Mica.
Factory installed options

Mazda offers a package option of popular features including an advanced keyless entry system, dual power sliding doors, voice controlled DVD navigation with visual-aided driver assistance (with cameras mounted at the front and rear), and a radio & CD kit with 6 speakers.


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