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What are Mazda Models Available in Malaysia

On Average, there are fifteen Mazda models available in Malaysia. While explores the best available models at all times, a lot more is yet to be discovered. The love for Mazda models in Malaysia has led to the diversification of models with the newest release – Mazda BT-50 currently trending in every corner. 

Whichever body type, car segment or model you may be looking for in Malaysia there is one for you – Amongst the dealers. The only difference among the dealers is pricing. And the greatest advantage in buying Mazda models is every purchased model comes with a 5-year warranty and 5-year free maintenance. 

Mazda Models in Malaysia 

Mazda has created a class of its own in terms of design but has also killed many dream cars including the 2012 discontinued RX-7. And as Bermaz shyly discontinues Mid Spec Mazda 2 Hatchback, the newly launched Mazda3 – X20 Astina is expected to lead the hatch segment.

Here is a brief chart of the Mazda Models Available in Malaysia.

Mazda ModelBody TypeSegmentPrice in Malaysia
Mazda 2 HatchbackHatchbackB-SegmentRM 76,670 – 101,310
Mazda CX-30SUVC-SegmentRM 141,649 – 170,459
Mazda B-50Pick-UpPick-upRM 106,755 – 118,048
Mazda 3 LiftbackHatchbackC-SegmentRM 135,070 – 154,679
Mazda 2 SedanSedanB-SegmentRM 76,670 – 100,870
Mazda 6 Grand TouringWagonD-SegmentRM 208,048
Mazda 3 SedanSedanC-SegmentRM 135,070 – 154,679
Mazda MX-5SUVC-SegmentRM 222,277 – 268,154
Mazda BianteMPVC-SegmentRM 140,514
Mazda CX-9SUVE-SegmentRM 282,520 – 336,610
Mazda CX-8SUVC-SegmentRM 173,038 – 206,265
Mazda MX-30SUVC-SegmentRM 173,038 – 206,265

Despite most Mazda models having some of the best designs, sophisticated engines and advanced safety systems, they seem not to attract as many buyers as the maker would have anticipated. But the 2021 Mazda BT-50  is expected to be the game-changer.

Mazda Models Available in Malaysia 

Mazda 2 Hatchback

With Mazda 2, value for money seems to defy the order. The mild-hybrid, naturally aspirated 1.5-litre engine is a testament to this abnormal norm. Unlike most of its rivals, you have the opportunity to choose from the two Skyactiv-G petrol engines- the powered 89bhp version and the 74bhp version. 

The 15-inch wheels carrying the two versions – SE-L Nav and SEL –L are only good for city rides. Try bumpy and broken tarmac roads and jostled until the end. But on smooth roads, the ride is the smoothest- thanks to the firm suspension. For a hatchback of this size and weight, the vibration on the steering wheel and pedal is a common thing.

Mazda CX-30 

Slotting the gap between CX -3 and CX – 5 SUV is the Mazda CX-30.  The 2.5 turbo engine equipped with i-Activ – the biggest in the Mazda SUV segment – complements well with the six-speed automatic transmission. Wearing the latest Kodo design, CX-30 reveals a sporty car with flowing body lines.

The so much to smile about 2.0-litre NA SkyActiv-G engine produces 253 PS at a maximum torque of 434 Nm. Major points ever remembered is the Bose 12-speaker audio, i-Activsense safety features and the cosy magnificent interior. 

Mazda BT-50

With more in common with the Isuzu D-Max, and as powerful as the Ford Ranger, Mazda BT-50 has the beauty of Isuzu and the strong performance of the Ford Ranger. For suit all terrains, BT-50 is equipped with a 3.2 five-cylinder turbo-diesel that powers out 190 PS/450 Nm and pull from the muddy roads, engaging its 4×4 drive will transmit power to all the wheels.

If you thought Isuzu’s Kondo style only suited D-Max, BT-50 looks much better than the competitors do. To enjoy the revving sound of this pick-up, select the six-speed conventional automatic new model Mazda.

Mazda 2 Sedan

Even though the pricing has caused a sour taste to buyers, the safety systems, accessories and driver-assist systems are worth it. Its four-cylinder G15 SkyActiv engine produces 82kW of power running at 6000rpm. And at its best moments, it will transmit 144Nm of torque at 4000rpm. Depending on your preferences, only two variants exist to choose from – the six-speed automatic and six-speed manual.

Mazda 2 Sedan (Mid) fuel consumption rating is 5.22L/ 100Km but on a normal drive, expect to consume on average7.4 litres per 100 kilometres.

Mazda 6 Grand Touring

Just before the outdated infotainment puts you off, the posh interior style if not the sporty exterior design, will leave you yearning for more fun-filled experience and thus fulfilling their mantra “Driving Matters”. The Mazda 6 Apple CarPlay, satellite radio and the Boss sound system if not well-balanced can burst your eardrums.

Under the bonnet is a 2.5 L turbocharged four-cylinder engine with the capacity to produce 250 horsepower and transmit a torque of 310Nm.

  1. Mazda MX-5 

So far, Mazda has moved over 1.1 million MX-5’s making it the best roadster seller of all time. If you opt for the updated Mazda MX-5 RF, better hold the steering wheel firmly as the 205 Nm torque at 4,000 rpm is above the normal rates. To firmly grab the roads, Mazda MX-5 driver assist and stability control systems features Blind Spot Info System, Electronic Stability Control system and Autonomous Emergency Braking.

Mazda CX-8

The curvy and contoured front view- not so beautiful- is a complete opposite to the interiors. The glossy plastic edge trims not so much noticed as the fabric upholstery covers a greater part adds a fancy feeling from the interiors. Mazda CX-8 features some of the best technologies like Lane Keep Assist, Emergency Brake Assist and Dynamic Stability Control.

Its 6-speed automatic transmission system is propelled by a 2.5 L naturally-aspirated 4-cylinder petrol engine.


Describing all the Mazda available models in Malaysia would take days if not months but, with each model exclusively reviewed and sold by, nothing should stop you. Mazda has every model, segment and body type thus providing every buyer’s dream car. 

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