SKYACTIV ®-MT 6-SPEED MANUAL. Built for drivers who love the feel of a manual, the SKYACTIV ®-MT 6-speed manual transmission's short-throw is inspired by the legendary Mazda MX-5 Miata.
Experience Mazda SKYACTIV® TECHNOLOGY at Cox Mazda. At Cox Mazda, we carry the latest Mazda vehicles equipped with SKYACTIV® TECHNOLOGY. Visit our Mazda dealership at 3101 Cortez Road West in Bradenton, FL, conveniently located near Sarasota and Tampa, to test drive the current Mazda3, Mazda6, Mazda CX-5, and more.
SkyActiv (branded as SKYACTIV) is a brand name for a series of technologies developed by Mazda which increase fuel efficiency and engine output. The initial announcement of the SkyActiv technologies included new engines, transmissions, body, and chassis, which appeared in Mazda products from 2011.
SKYACTIV-VEHICLE DYNAMICS Mazda’s vehicle dynamics control technology provides integrated control of SKYACTIV TECHNOLOGY’s individual components to further enhance “Jinba Ittai” driving performance. SKYACTIV-VEHICLE DYNAMICS is Mazda’s latest technological breakthrough from its unending pursuit of “Jinba Ittai” driving.
The Mazda SKYACTIV Engine is Available Near Orlando, FL. Mazda predicts that by 2020, 90% of the world will still be using gasoline or diesel combustion engines. While they will continue to develop hybrid and electric vehicles, Mazda decided to do their best to make the internal combustion engine as efficient as possible.
What is the SKYACTIV®-G Engine? Most Mazda models are equipped with some version of a SKYACTIV®-G engine. While horsepower is certainly an issue, the greater aim for the SKYACTIV®-G engine is efficiency, providing the standard and expected engine output levels but with an improved fuel economy.
SKYACTIV®-X is a new engine technology that you will likely be hearing a lot about in the coming years. Basically, it’s a gasoline engine that uses technology similar to a diesel engine to achieve huge gains in terms of both efficiency and power.
SKYACTIV® platforms are right in line with Mazda’s focus on driving pleasure, putting a priority on a lightweight structure. It might seem like a simple thing to be concerned about, but by reducing the weight of vehicles and placing them on a SKYACTIV® platform, Mazda is able to boost fuel economy, improve performance, and yield a more ...
Mazda says the ’12 Mazda3’s new 155-hp 2.0L Skyactiv gasoline 4-cyl. consumes 15% less fuel than its same-displacement predecessor, making mileage roughly equivalent to a conventional 2.2L diesel.
Sportingly, Mazda let Top Gear go for a drive in a Mazda 3 mule (new platform, new ultra-comfy seats, current body on top) fitted with the new 2.0-litre SkyActiv-X engine.