Mazda SA Showcases Model Range at Nampo
The “zoom-zoom” model range at Nampo
For the first time since operations began 1st October 2014, Mazda Southern Africa will be independently showcasing an array of Mazdas at this year’s Nampo Harvest Day Show in Bothaville, Freestate. Agricultural producers and the public can visit Mazda at stand number 168b.
Mazda’s displayed range this year will include the recently launched SKYACTIV Technology and KODO design model offering which consists of the Mazda2 1.5 litre Hazumi diesel 6 speed Automatic, Mazda3 2.0 litre Individual 6 speed Manual hatch, top of the range Mazda3 2.0 litre Astina 6 speed Automatic sedan, Mazda6 2.5 litre Individual 6 speed Automatic and the 2015 Mazda CX-5 facelift model with advanced technology, improved functionality and refined interior and exterior design.
Also part of the line-up will be the family focused multi-purpose Mazda5 2.5 litre Individual Automatic as well as Mazda’s flagship lifestyle bakkies; the Mazda BT-50 3.2 litre Freestyle Cab Manual and the fully Drifter pack accessorised 3.2 litre 4×2 Double Cab. Some accessories introduced on the Mazda BT-50 Drifter include black alloys, black side steps, black nudge bar, black styling bar, loadbin mat, tonneau cover, spare wheel lock, Drifter car mats, tailgate shock and the Drifter decals.
On the Nampo off road track, the Mazda BT-50 3.2 litre Double Cab’s stylish appearance and comfortable cabin space will be showcased to the farming community in both Manual and Automatic, delivering an exciting blend of dynamic performance and fuel economy.
“Agriculture and farming play a significant role in the South African economy, we are looking forward to exhibiting our comprehensive vehicle offering and being part of the farmer hospitality, rural geniality, its people and all farming visitors that will gather at this year’s Nampo Harvest Day.” says David Hughes, Managing Director of Mazda Southern Africa.
The 2015 Nampo Harvest Day show opens on Tuesday, 12 May and ends on Friday, 15 May 2015.