The Mazda 2 hatchback will get a mild hybrid system

The Mazda 2 hatchback will get a mild hybrid system


Compact hatchback Mazda 2 will get a mild hybrid technology as part of the upgrade, which also includes the innovative technology and design improvements.

The closest competitor the Ford Fiesta and the Hyundai i20 will retain a 1.5-liter gasoline engine Skyactiv-G, but now it is used with built – in starter-generator. The novelty will be offered in two versions: with a capacity of 74 HP for model SE-L initial level and a power of 89 HP for specifications SE-L Nav, Sport Nav and Sport Nav GT.

Mazda offers for your supermini a number of settings to improve handling, including a new urethane upper mount in the rear shocks, revised steering and implement the G-Vectoring Control Plus, which uses the brakes to facilitate the entry into the turns.


External changes include a revised grille, similar to the Mazda 3, wider wing, a new bumper and updated led headlights. In the salon has changed the trim of the instrument panel, vents and other elements, and the seats of a new form designed to provide greater comfort. The developers claim that the use of new damping materials and decrease the gap around the Central body pillars to reduce noise.

17 310 pounds ($21 100) you can buy Sport Nav with a set of 16-inch alloy wheels, glossy black grille, a rear shield glass, chrome exhaust and Keyless entry.

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Top version of the GT Sport Nav is equipped with a rear view camera, leather seats, display “a La Tesla”, heated front seats and steering wheel. Starting from 18 of 110 pounds ($22 100) with manual transmission and 19 370 pounds ($23 700) with automatic transmission. The revised Mazda 2 will go on sale in the UK in November.

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