Skyactiv-X is an engine that changes everything. Our pioneering engineers succeeded where others failed. Skyactiv-X burns petrol more efficiently thanks to our Spark Controlled Compression Ignition (SPCCI). It makes more power but produces fewer emissions and uses less fuel than a regular petrol engine for an even better drive without compromise.
Up to 52.3 mpg*
Skyactiv-X uses a unique Mazda technology called Spark Controlled Compression Ignition (SPCCI).
HOW IT WORKS
Skyactiv-X uses a unique Mazda technology called Spark
Controlled Compression Ignition (SPCCI).
SPCCI combines the fuel-efficiency of a diesel with the power and drivability of a petrol engine. The engine switches seamlessly between conventional spark ignition and a compression ignition mode where a lean fuel-air mix is compressed so that it will combust even more efficiently. It’s the best of both world.
THE BEST OF DIESEL AND PETROL IN ONE
Skyactiv-X is a high-revving, powerful petrol engine, but sips fuel like a diesel. It’s responsive, efficient and more environmentally friendly.
The All-New Mazda3 is now available with the ground breaking Skyactiv-X engine.
The All-New Mazda CX-30 is the first compact SUV to be offered with the revolutionary Skyactiv-X engine.
If you would like to discover more about the incredible Mazda Skyactiv-X engine or would like to book a test-drive, simply get in touch with either of our Mazda centres in Sheffield or York:
415-431 Penistone Road, Sheffield, South Yorkshire, S6 2FL
0114 218 9161
17-27 Layerthorpe, York, North Yorkshire, YO31 7UZ
Figures relate to All-New Mazda3 Saloon 180ps Sport. References are combined values. Figures shown are for comparability purposes; only compare fuel consumption and CO₂ figures with other cars tested to the same technical procedures. These figures may not reflect real life driving results, which will depend upon a number of factors including the accessories fitted (post-registration), variations in weather, driving styles and vehicle load. There is a new test used for fuel consumption and CO₂ figures. The CO₂ figures shown however, are based on the outgoing test cycle and will be used to calculate vehicle tax on first registration.