Local distributor Bermaz Motor was tightlipped about the details on the special edition but expect sporty bits on the outside and inside of the car to draw public interest. Note that the Mazda3 will be refreshed for next year so this special edition is probably the last dress-up for the current Mazda3 before it is put out to pasture.
The Mazda Mega Sales Roadshow will take place at the Highstreet section of the shopping centre's new wing.
Customers will stand a chance to win vouchers worth up to RM10,000. And those who book a car will be rewarded with a gift on the spot. There will also be the Mazda PaperCraft Challenge where winners will stand a chance to win prizes.
All Mazda owners enjoy 3-year or 60,000km (whichever comes first) free scheduled maintenance. This means customers will not need to pay for labour, parts and lubricants (except BT-50 pickup).
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