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Published on September 29th, 2019 | by Subhash Nair


Mazda Malaysia Car Prices [2019]

Prices shown below are taken from the official Mazda Malaysia website. They are On-The-Road (OTR) prices without insurance for models sold in Peninsular Malaysia, private ownership.


  • 1.5 Hatchback (MID) – RM76,670
  • 1.5 Sedan (MID) – RM77,170
  • 1.5 Hatchback – RM94,670
  • 1.5 Sedan – RM95,170


  • 1.5 Liftback – RM139,620
  • 1.5 Sedan – RM139,620
  • 2.0 Sedan High – RM150,059
  • 2.0 Liftback High Plus – RM160,059
  • 2.0 Sedan High Plus – RM160,059


  • 2.0L Sedan – RM173,659
  • 2.5L Sedan – RM211,148
  • 2.5L Touring – RM215,148
  • 2.2D Sedan – RM219,851
Soul red Mazda 6


  • 2.0L 2WD – RM130,159
soul red mazda cx-3


  • 2.0G 2WD (GL) – RM133,018.47
  • 2.0G 2WD (GLS) – RM148,921.48
  • 2.5G 2WD (GLS) – RM161,243.29
  • 2.2D 2WD (GLS) – RM164,422.93
  • 2.2D AWD (GLS) – RM175,040.05
Soul red Mazda CX-5


  • 2.5L Turbo 2WD – RM290,610.40
  • 2.5L Turbo 4WD – RM307,610.40
machine gray mazda cx-9


  • RF 2.0L (M) – RM259,154
  • RF 2.0L (A) – RM260,354
machine gray mx-5 rf


  • 2.2MT Mid Spec Commonrail – RM91,435
  • 2.2MT High Spec Commonrail – RM101,538.78
  • 2.2AT Commonrail – RM106,766.76
  • 3.2AT Commonrail – RM118,048.12

About Mazda

About Bermaz Auto Berhad

Bermaz Motor Sdn Bhd (“Bermaz”), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Bermaz Auto Berhad, commenced operations on 1 April 2008 after Bermaz and Mazda Motor Corporation (“Mazda Japan”) entered into an Agreement (“Distribution Agreement”) on 28 February 2008 in which Mazda Japan awarded Bermaz the distributorship of specific models of Mazda CBU vehicles, spare parts, accessories and tools in Malaysia.

This initial Distribution Agreement was subsequently extended for a further 3 years expiring on 31 March 2014. Mazda Japan has agreed to further extend the Distribution Agreement for another 5 years to 31 March 2019, subject to an annual minimum purchase quota of Mazda CBU vehicles to be mutually agreed upon.

Vehicles are distributed through our own branches and third party dealers in Malaysia as well as through third party dealers in The Philippines. As at 31 October 2013, we have established 4 branches in Malaysia (all of which have sales, after-sales service and spare parts capability) and we have also appointed 68 dealers nationwide.

Other than the Mazda CKD (Completely Knocked-down) vehicles which are locally assembled, all the other Mazda models distributed in Malaysia are CBU (Completely Built-up) units which are imported from Mazda Japan’s manufacturing plants located in Japan and Thailand.

All Mazda models distributed in the Philippines are CBU units imported by Berjaya Auto Philippines Inc, a 60% owned subsidiary of Berjaya Motor International Limited, which in turn is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Bermaz Motor Sdn Bhd.

Mazda Malaysia Sdn Bhd (a 30% owned associated company of Bermaz) is also involved in the following:

Local assembly of Mazda vehicles by third party contract assembler using local parts and imported Mazda-supplied parts

Domestic distribution of locally assembled Mazda vehicles through Bermaz and export of Mazda vehicles assembled in Malaysia

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