Taha Power Pack is a new line of hydraulic power packs for the 2017 Mazda 3.
It’s a $10,000 upgrade over the stock, factory-installed hydraulic power pack, which comes with an automatic transmission, a steering wheel, and a clutch.
It also has a different torque vectoring system and is capable of pushing torque up to 8,000 pounds.
The Taha hydraulic power system is rated at up to 6,500 pounds of torque, which is a bit more than a Porsche Cayenne Turbo, but less than the Mazda 6.
Taha says the new power pack can push power up to 12,000 miles on a single charge, which will give you an impressive amount of miles on the highway without needing to recharge the battery.
The only real downside to the new Taha power pack is that the car has an awkward wheelbase.
Takahe Hydraulic power pack was designed specifically for the Mazda 3 and was meant to help the car get around corners.
But when Mazda first released the new 4WD power pack in 2020, Mazda was quick to put the brakes on the idea.
That meant it couldn’t make the new system for the 2018 Mazda 3 because it wasn’t compatible with the 6.
When Mazda finally released the Taha version of the Hydraulic System in 2021, it was already the most expensive of the three, at $12,500.
With the new 2017 Mazda, the Takahes will start at $5,000, while the new Mazda 6 will start around $6,000.
The 2016 Mazda 3, which also had a Taha system, started at $10-13,500, but the Mazda6 version of Taha is now around $12-13k.
The new 2016 Mazda3 with Taha has a base price of $27,500 and the new 2016-2017 Mazda6 with Takaha system starts at $37,500 (before taxes and incentives).
It’s still a lot more expensive than the cheaper Mazda 6, but we’re guessing that Mazda is making this a big part of its marketing strategy.
Mazda also confirmed the new generation of the Mazda3 will come with a six-speed automatic transmission for those that want a manual.
Mazda didn’t say when this version of this power pack would be available, but it’s likely it’ll be in the middle of 2019.