Mazda confirms its all-new Mazda2 will debut with the SKYACTIV-D 1.5, a brand-new 1.5-litre clean diesel engine, when the convention-challenging carmaker introduces its next-generation B-segment model, which will be initially launched in Japan. First unveiled in March at the Geneva International Motor Show alongside the Mazda Hazumi concept (the basis for the all-new Mazda2), the […]Read more
If that’s not Zoom-Zoom, we don’t know what is. In this video, we find ourselves in the Demon Drome Wall of Death with Dynomite Dave, the man who has made an art form out of mastering the Drome. For this particular stunt, Dynomite Dave demonstrates his incredible skill at conquering the Wall of Death, and […]Read more
Mazda customers are some of the most satisfied in Europe. This was underscored again recently by two J.D. Powers Customer Satisfaction Surveys for 2011 in Germany and the United Kingdom. In both these key automotive markets, around 17,000 car owners were asked to rate their car according to driving dynamics, handling, low ownership costs, mechanical reliability and interior quality.Read more
The Mazda2 facelift evolves the young and dynamic character of the original version, and it still comes in a five-door and a three-door version, now introduces the Mazda family face so it looks even sportier. The new upper grille has a winged Mazda logo for the standard model (previously only available on the sports appearance package), and the lower 5-point grille is larger and more sculptured. The fog lamp bezels are newly shaped and reflect the dynamic shape of the family face. Unchanged are the rising belt line and compact exterior dimensions that lend the Mazda2 silhouette a sense of motion even when standing still.Read more
The new facelift model of Mazda’s stylish sub-compact car now looks even sportier, is more comfortable and cleaner. A new front end design is introduced that adds sportiness to an already dynamic exterior.
The Mazda2 is now even more enjoyable with improved interior quality feel and even more ride comfort. And, because all engines are Euro 5 compliant, use equal or less fuel than the previous model, and produce lower amounts of CO2, the Mazda2 facelift delivers low operating costs and high value.
Mazda presents the European premiere of the new facelift version of the current Mazda2 at this year’s Paris Motor Show with many updates meant to make the 2008 World Car of the Year even more appealing. The recently-launched second-generation Mazda5 and the current Mazda3 are also a focus in Paris, both with updated common-rail diesel versions delivering reductions in fuel consumption, CO2 emissions, and Euro 5 compliance. The stand will also have detailed information about Mazda’s eco-friendly SKY Technologies, which will see global roll-out in the near future.Read more