Recently, we learned from relevant channels that the Mazda 3 Angkesaila/Mazda CX-30 compression ignition version will be officially launched on the 16th of this month.
It is reported that both new cars adopt the latest family design language. Of course, the most important thing is that they are equipped with Mazda’s new e-SKYACTIV X gasoline compression ignition engine, which has Mazda’s unique “SPCCI (Spark Controlled Compression Ignition) , Spark ignition control compression ignition)” technology, which can realize seamless switching between spark ignition and compression ignition to improve power output and fuel consumption performance. It is reported that the engine type is a water-cooled inline four-cylinder with a maximum output of 180 horsepower (132kW) and a maximum torque of 224 N·m. At the same time, the engine has a 24V light hybrid system, the motor type is an AC synchronous motor, the maximum output power is 6.5 horsepower (4.8 kilowatts), and the peak torque is 61 N·m.
The official said that the comprehensive fuel consumption per 100 kilometers of this power system is only 5.2L.
In terms of body size, the length, width, and height of the Mazda 3 Angkerra compression ignition version are 4662/1797/1445mm, and the wheelbase is 2726mm; the CX-30 compression ignition version is 4395/1797/1545mm, and the wheelbase is 2653mm, which is consistent with current models.
In terms of price, referring to the price difference of about 60,000 yuan (USD $8571) between the regular version of Angkerra and the compression ignition version in the Japanese market, the domestic version of the compression ignition version is likely to be more than 60,000 yuan (USD $8571) more expensive than the 1.5L model (from 115,900) The starting price is expected to be around 175,000 yuan (USD $25000) . Would you consider such a price?