Japanese automaker are famous for pushing the boundaries when it comes to the automotive design with conservative styling that in most cases will serve Japan domestic market such as Nissan Cube and or recently released Toyota Rukus. And this here is no exception with its unusually squared off exterior that is the new Mazda Flairwagon that Mazda has introduced to its Japanese customers. Based on Suzuki Pallete the five-door wagon is powered by 660cc VVT engine and will be offered with CVT (continuously variable transmission) only option with either front or all-wheel-drive configuration. The Mazda Flairwagon is unlikely to ever leave Japan unless that is it attracts enough attentions from local independent vehicle importers.
Article added by Mark Prchal