With everything going on in the Kenyan car scene, one brand stands poised to rack up some sales
figures; Mazda. With stunning looking cars that are feature packed and all competitively priced, Mazda
have endeared themselves to the masses and if the recent sales figures are anything to go by, it looks
like very soon the car in front will be a Mazda. Here’s a look at their most popular models across their
range.

Mazda Demio
Starting us off in the compact car segment is Mazda Demio. At an average market price of KES 1.25M,
this car comes feature packed with options such as Xenon headlights with DRLs, sports alloy wheels, fog
lights, an intuitive infotainment system, traction control system, active blind spot monitoring, active lane
keeping assist, idling stop, beige leather interior, adaptive cruise control, heads up display, keyless smart
entry and heated front seats to mention but a few. The diesel engine in this variant is the one to go for.

Mazda CX3
At KES 2.2M, this one also punches well above its weight in cars within its category such as Honda Vezel
and Suzuki Escudo. This car also comes packed with an impressive feature set such as Xenon headlights,
sports alloy wheels, an intuitive infotainment system, traction control system, active lane keeping assist,
idling stop, beige leather interior and adaptive cruise control. This model has a diesel engine only
variant.

Mazda Axela
At KES 1.85M, this model is available as both a sedan and hatchback variants. The hatchback has both a
diesel and a petrol engine, however the range topping options are only available for the diesel variant,
and is the one to get. This model comes equipped with half leather interior, sunroof, electrically
adjusted seats with memory function, Bose surround sound, traction control system, active blind spot
monitoring, active lane keeping assist, idling stop, adaptive cruise control, multi zone AC, heated front
seats, an intuitive infotainment system, proximity sensors, heads up display xenon headlights and some
really nice 18-inch alloy wheels. The 2200CC turbocharged Skyactiv diesel engine is the one to get.

Mazda Atenza
The midsize sedan and wagon segment, this car is a worthy mention in the space and with good reason.
The same diesel powertrain that underpins the Axela is also present here. The range topping model is
only available as a diesel variant. It comes feature rich with options such as Xenon headlights with
Daytime Running Lights, Proximity sensors, 19-inch alloy wheels, active blind spot monitoring, heads up
display, beige leather interior, both front and rear heated seats, multi zone AC, Radar cruise control,
sunroof, an intuitive infotainment system, Bose surround sound, active lane keeping assist, collision
mitigation system and power adjusted seats with memory function. The prevailing market price is about
KES 2.4M

Mazda CX5
The midsize SUV segment has this all common name and has managed a strong brand presence to rival
segment old guards like the segment pioneer Toyota Rav4, the Subaru Forester and the Nissan Xtrail.
This car in its diesel variant pulls hard and is such a pleasure to drive on long tours. In its fully loaded
version it comes jam packed with features such as Xenon headlights with DRLs, 18-inch alloy wheels, Beige leather interior, Heated front seats, intuitive infotainment system, Bose surround sound, power
adjusted front seats with memory function, adaptive cruise control, proximity sensors with active blind
spot monitoring, heated front seats, multi zone AC and sunroof among other features.
Mazda have a lot going for them right now, the stunning looking cars that are feature packed and well-
priced in comparison to the competition will ensure they rack up impressive sales figures in an ever
tightening economic environment and a budget conscious clientele.