We’ve had a several people ask us to make our Premium moulded carpet kits for the Mazad3 and Mazdaspeed3 available in a couple of different shades of blue. Well we worked closely with one of customers earlier this year and produced a Super Man Blue Premium Moulded Carpet Kit. Continue reading
Hi everyone we have experienced a technical issues with our website in which it isn’t producing a download link for our installation manual after you complete your purchase of our Mazda 3 Premium Moulded Carpet kit.
If you have purchased a Mazda3 Premium Moulded Carpet kit and haven’t downloaded your installation manual, just send an email to david at mazeuro dot com with subject line: Mazda3 install manual. In the body of the email please include your transaction number and I will send you a link for you to download our installation manual.
If you have any questions just email me at the above email or give me a call at 1-877-629-3876 extension 232.
Sorry for the inconvenience.
We have made the fix and the download link for the installation manual is now working and the encrypted link will appear on the Thank You Page after you have completed the transaction. Please note to download the manual immediately as the link expires after 72 hours.
Last week we reported that Mazda had officially released pictures of the forthcoming 2014 Mazda3 hatchback, and we here at Mazda3carpet.com couldn’t be happier with what Mazda has created. They have truly done it again and created a class defining new standard for all other automakers to play catch up with. Continue reading
Autoguide has an article on the reveal of the 2014 Mazda 3. The new car is based on the Kodo design language used on the 2013 Mazda6 and CX-7, and it looks like a sweet ride.
In the city of Cixi in Zhejiang Province a local guy who clearly had more time on his hands and balls than most decided to take his first generation Mazda3 and well… lets put it this way: If West Coast Customs ever decides to start a franchise in China, they should perhaps steer clear of this guy.
Now a local hero, the man behind the radical ricing job began by lobbing off the roof and removing two of the doors. A fat body kit was then added along with Lambo-style scissor doors making the Mazda almost unrecognizable from any angle, save the front end. Inspiration for the ass end came from the Lamborghini Diablo.
Finally, the interior was given a complete overhaul (none of our Premium Moulded Carpet Kits were sacrificed in the making of the Platypus of the car world) and comes equipped with an assortment of LCDs, speakers and other gadgets that are as distracting for the driver as the car is for other drivers on the road; especially when those multi-colored headlights are flicked on.
The only thing I have every personally seen that comes close to looking as hideous as this thing would have been any late 80’s early 90’s Honda Accord cruising the streets of Scarborough, Markham or Brampton.