Short version is, no, good luck with that. Nobody does that kind of thing anymore, mostly because of emissions standards/requirements.I searched the forum for this topic and didn't see any results. Has anyone heard if there may be a turbo from Mazda that could be installed and still maintain warrantee? Or performance/HP upgrades?
though unlikely, a mazda speed version is not completely impossible. that's the best chance of getting a forced induction version of this vehicle.I guess I was hoping they had a turbo version in another country or one in development.
I almost choked when I read this. Half the world has the turbocharged version of the CX3. This is one of the rare times that the world can actually pitty the American market for having less to offer than the rest of the world.I'm sure you can get aftermarket parts, but I don't think there is a Mazda turbocharger you can just buy and add to the CX-3. if they made it, they would've released a turbo version of the CX-3.
I'm personally happy with the performance of the CX-3, its a great city car and I can zip through traffic with ease.
Which markets have a petrol turbo CX-3 or did I read your post incorrectly?I almost choked when I read this. Half the world has the turbocharged version of the CX3. This is one of the rare times that the world can actually pitty the American market for having less to offer than the rest of the world.
Perhaps but seeing as there doesn't appear to be a diesel CX-3 that is NOT a turbo, I would assume that the original poster was asking about an add on turbo for the petrol version.No one mentioned a turbocharged petrol version of the CX-3
A CX-3 turbo diesel is a CX-3, regardless of the type of fuel it burns.
Have you ever driven a diesel turbo CX-3? I have driven both variants, and like others who have posted on this forum, the usable power band of the diesel turbo on top of the fact that it is superior in fuel economy, is why I chose to order one.The turbo diesel is still less powerful than the non turbo petrol version hahaha
But yeah the whole thing was about a more powerful turbocharged petrol version, that's why I didn't specify what I was talking about. I'm pretty sure these turbo diesel versions are made for fuel economy, not power. They're similar to hybrid cars that are popular in US.
I honestly doubt even 5% of current US CX-3 owners would even be remotely interested in an even more underpowered version of this car lol, so no need to pity us for not having the turbo diesel version
We are done except for the point that Greaseman was talking about the petrol version and not the diesel. You then piped up about the diesel which is obviously the source of my confusion.Not one person had addressed your point, however I am correcting your inability to see that I had commented on Greaseman85's post. Are we done here?