Mazda

Bermaz Auto Berhad is the authorised distributor of Mazda vehicles in Malaysia. It was established in 2008. The company also has a joint venture company with Mazda Motor Corporation in Kulim, known as Mazda Malaysia, which is responsible for manufacturing the CX-5 and CX-8 for both domestic sales and export. The company’s best-seller is the locally-assembled Mazda CX-5 but it also sells the imported from Japan Mazda CX-3, Mazda 3, Mazda CX-30, Mazda 6, Mazda CX-9, as well as the Thailand-made Mazda 2 and BT-50. Here, you will find prices, specifications, reviews and the latest promos for all Mazda models currently on sale in Malaysia.

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Mazda Cars ListPrice
Mazda 2 Sedan PriceRM 108,670
Mazda 2 Hatchback PriceRM 101,310 - 108,670
Mazda BT-50 PriceRM 124,179 - 143,218
Mazda 3 Sedan PriceRM 149,000 - 166,059
Mazda 3 Hatchback PriceRM 143,320 - 175,059
Mazda CX-3 PriceRM 126,159
Mazda CX-30 PriceRM 131,409 - 159,409
Mazda CX-5 PriceRM 137,900 - 182,200
Mazda 6 Sedan PriceRM 180,000 - 240,000
Mazda 6 Grand Touring PriceRM 218,648
Mazda Biante PriceNot On Sale
Mazda CX-8 PriceRM 188,360 - 224,360
Mazda MX-5 PriceRM 258,591 - 260,527
Mazda CX-9 PriceRM 328,610 - 336,215
Mazda MX-30 PriceRM 199,000
Mazda CX-60 PriceUpcoming
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Mazda Cars in Malaysia

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Basic information about my car: Mazada 3 BP 2020 Reasons why I bought this car: Initially, I was using Myvi that inherited from my family. After worked for 3 years, I wanted to buy a car that trully belongs to myself. I have been using a hatchback, hence I wanted a sedan. Sedan is more steady on highway cruising. Sedan also have more space for luggage, which is more practical when having roadtrip with friends and family. Car selection process - Our budget is tight which was RM150,000 - Models th
Stylish, compact, and still boasting pizazz, the long-serving Mazda CX-3 is the brand’s entry point into its CX SUVs range. The CX-3 is not the newest model in its class but you will be surprised to know that despite its age and stiff competition from newer and cheaper CKD rivals, the Mazda CX-3 continues to draw customers onto showroom floors. Every month, there are on average more than 100 Malaysians buying a new Mazda CX-3. Now you might think, that 100 units per month isn’t a lot compared to
Launched alongside the new Mazda 2 facelift in Malaysia last week is the updated 2024 Mazda CX-3. Unlike the hatchback/sedan pair, the refreshed CX-3 did not receive any extensive visual updates but gained some quality-of-life enhancements to keep it fresh. Just like the previous update, the 2024 CX-3 remains fully imported (CBU) from Thailand and is offered with 2 powertrains across 3 variants. Below are the prices of the CX-3 variants for Peninsular Malaysia, on-the-road, without insurance: CX
Last week, Bermaz Motor, the official distributor of Mazda vehicles in Malaysia unveiled the 2024 Mazda 2 facelift in the country. Available as a sedan or a hatchback, the Mazda 2 receives a more aggressive-looking front end which was unveiled earlier in Thailand and Japan. There is essentially only one variant offered across the two body styles. Fully imported (CBU) from Thailand, the sedan and hatchback are equally priced and share identical specifications. These are the prices for Mazda’s ent
Alongside the updated Mazda 2 Sedan/Hatchback, Bermaz Motor has also launched the updated 2024 Mazda CX-3 in Malaysia. Just like the previous update, Mazda’s entry-level SUV model is fully imported (CBU) from Thailand and is offered in 3 variants: 1.5 Plus – RM 115,720 (+RM 7,800, up from RM 107,920) 2.0 Plus – RM 126,159 (+RM 7,800, up from RM 118,359) 2.0 High – RM 139,159 (+RM 7,800, up from RM 131,559) Massive price bump aside, the biggest change on the updated MY-spec CX-3 is the Core varia
Following its launches in Japan and Thailand, Mazda’s Malaysian distributor Bermaz Motor has launched the refreshed 2024 Mazda 2 here. Fully imported from Thailand, Mazda’s entry model is offered as both a sedan and hatchback with prices as follows: Mazda 2 1.5L Sedan/Hatchback – RM 108,670 (+RM 5,000, up from RM 103,670) Mazda 2 1.5L Sedan/Hatchback (Soul Red Crystal) – RM 109,170 (+RM 5,000, up from RM 104,170) As listed in the variants above, both the sedan and hatchback models are similarly

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Mazda Comparison

Mazda User Reviews

4.3

2020 Mazda CX-30 SKYACTIV-G 2.0

Pros
- Very ATAS interior - Fuel consumption is still ok for a SUV - Front looks sharp and the exterior curve design is just simply awesome
Cons
- No 360 reverse camera and lane keep assist for base model is a-bit disappointing, the price is not cheap though
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3.7

2019 Mazda CX-5 2.5L TURBO

Pros
Powerful engine, enjoy to drive, good looking, Good handling,
Cons
Disaster breaking system, 4x claim for faulty break system Thirsty car Pathetic Second row space Excessive Bodyroll
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3.7

2019 Mazda CX-5 2.5L TURBO

Pros
Powerful engine, enjoy to drive, good looking, Good handling,
Cons
Disaster breaking system, 4x claim for faulty break system Thirsty car Pathetic Second row space Excessive Bodyroll
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4.2

2023 Mazda 2 Sedan 1.5L

Pros
2017 non-GVC model. This is a driver's car. You buy this car to ferry YOURSELF, not passengers. This one is for the enthusiasts who wants a touge-friendly daily that will give you great smiles per miles. The engine and transmission combo is a breath of fresh air in this segment of boring CVTs. The engine never lacks oomph and the gearbox is sporty and crunchy. Should I sweeten the deal with a 4.5L/100KM (at 80-90KM/H) fuel economy? Get a Vios, City or Almera if you worry about passengers complaining about comfort, road noise or even the lack of cupholders at the back (or tell them get out). Consider yourself warned. Friends used to tease me about this car. Let's just say, ALL were silenced when they got behind the steering wheel.
Cons
Space and a lack of safety features. But for RM87K back then, it was a touge bargain.
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4.0

2020 Mazda CX-3 2.0 High

Pros
1. Powerful yet economical 2. Sleek design and good-looking color 3. Perfect city SUV with proper size 4. Fully CBU for better quality 5. Well equipped with many features
Cons
1. Limited legroom for rear passengers 2. HUD too small 3. Engine sounds buzzy at high revs 4. Suspension dampening below average
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Mazda Car FAQs in Malaysia

How much is a Mazda car in Malaysia?

The cheapest Mazda car price is the Mazda 2 Hatchback RM 101,310 and the highest price is the Mazda CX-9 RM 336,215

How many models does Mazda have?

Mazda has 16 models and 36 variants for you to choose from.

Does Mazda have an SUV model?

Mazda SUV Cars: Mazda CX-3, Mazda CX-5, Mazda CX-9, Mazda CX-30, Mazda CX-8, Mazda MX-30, Mazda CX-60