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Two Locations
9 Barberry St, Judea, Tauranga 0800 921 028 0800 921 028 Today's Hours: 9.00am - 5.00pm View Stock
21 Totara St, Mt Maunganui 3116 0800 921 028 0800 921 028 Today's Hours: 9.00am - 5.00pm View Stock
  • 2017 Mazda Atenza

    11 customer reviews
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  • Jun 2022
    Beautiful Car, very happy
    —Philip B - 2017 Mazda Atenza Wagon 25S Leather Package 'Facelift'
  • Apr 2022
    Very good on fuel which is why we bought it 😊
    —Jessie M - 2017 Mazda Atenza 2.0L Facelift Petrol Model
  • Mar 2022
    Great car, super fun to drive. Build quality is far better than other Japanese rivals.
    —Lutfi H - 2017 Mazda ATENZA 25S L PACKAGE
  • Nov 2021
    Excellent turning circle compared to some other station wagons. Easy and comfortable to drive.
    —Nicola M - 2017 Mazda Atenza WAGON 20S Mazda6
  • Oct 2021
    This car is amazing for its price. Has lots of safety features, features inside the car, looks beautiful, is fun to drive and very economical for a 2.5L
    —Kailash P - 2017 Mazda Atenza 25S L Package
  • Jun 2021
    My Gen1 2006 Atenza has been such a solid, reliable and fun car, that I wanted a newer 2017+ version as its replacement. My wife has a new CX5, and while I enjoy that (and the mazda eco system) I'd much rather prefer a wagon to a SUV/Crossover. My 2017 Atenza is noticeably more refined and luxurious than my original. All the controls/equipment are identical to the CX5 , but the Atenza has more interior space, better handling, lower drag and better fuel economy. I really don't understand why the 6/Atenza isn't more popular. I was initially a bit apprehensive about it being a diesel (coming from petrol), but think my driving style and usage will suit it (noting I mostly cycle and scooter for shorter trips and so there will be plenty of regular opportunities for DPF regeneration). Happy with how effortless and refined the diesel is to drive so far. Just hope it remains reliable because it is likely to be expensive to fix if something goes wrong ... the level and dependence of technology to keep these newer cars running is a bit scary coming from a comparatively simple 2006 model!
    —John F - 2017 Mazda Atenza 2.2lt T/Diesel Leather Package 'Facelift'

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