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SKYACTIV® TECHNOLOGY

Developed entirely in-house as part of Mazda's "Building Block" strategy, SKYACTIV TECHNOLOGY combines breakthrough innovation and state-of-the-art engineering and is applied to engines, transmissions, body and chassis systems -- all lighter, more efficient, with increased responsiveness. SKYACTIV TECHNOLOGY will be implemented in all next-generation Mazda vehicles.

Jun 1, 2012
Mazda to Make New SKYACTIV-D Clean Diesel Engines Available for GRAND-AM's New Advanced Technology Racing Class
 
May 11, 2012
- Refreshed 2012 Mazda3 Equipped With SKYACTIV®-G, SKYACTIV®-Drive to Achieve 40 MPG on the Highway -
Mar 28, 2012
- Concept Vehicle Featuring SKYACTIV®[1] TECHNOLOGY Makes North American Debut -
 
Dec 9, 2011
- The All-New Gasoline Engine Wins Mazda's 10th Engine Award From WardsAuto World -
 
Oct 4, 2011
- Popular Compact Offers Up to 40 MPG (Highway) and Lower Starting MSRP -
Apr 20, 2011
- Refreshed 2012 Mazda3 Equipped With SKYACTIV-G, SKYACTIV-Drive to Achieve Highest MPG of Any Mazda -
Apr 20, 2011
- New SKYACTIV Technologies Improve Upon Every Aspect of the Driving Experience -
 
Apr 6, 2011
- 2012 Mazda3, MINAGI Concept showcase improved environmental, driving and safety performance -
Feb 17, 2011
Refreshed 2012 Mazda3 Goes on Sale in Fall of 2011
 
Oct 19, 2010
- First Product to Be Equipped With SKYACTIV Technology Will Be a Mazda Demio Featuring An Improved, Fuel-Efficient, Next-Generation Direct-Injection Engine That Achieves Fuel Economy of 30 km/L -
 

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