Mazda 2

November 13th, 2013 · Comments Closed · Mazda

As one of the new small car models on the market, the Mazda 2 four- door model is an attempt to capitalize on the intersection of two developments. The first is the growing importance of fuel consumption both car manufacturers and car buyers. The second is a new sense of frugality in the United States, expressing the idea that it is silly to go drive a lot more than you really need is. The Mazda 2 addresses realities both front and throws a bit of sportsmanship for good measure. But the small car segment lately has offer very competitive with rivals more room for passengers and cargo, along with the availability of more luxury features and performance. If you are looking for a cheap set of wheels that will take you where you need to go without a complete re driving, the Mazda 2 is worth a look. But usually a model of competition from Chevrolet, Honda and Kia will probably be the best option.

The Mazda 2 is a subcompact four-door sedan with an engine 1.5- liter four-cylinder that puts out 100 horsepower and 98 pound-feet of torque. A five-speed manual transmission is standard, while a four-speed automatic is optional. The Mazda 2 comes in two types. The entry-level Sport comes with keyless entry, air conditioning, power accessories and a four-speaker stereo with CD/MP3 audio jacks USB and AUX. Stepping up to the Touring gets you more valuable to alloy wheels, fog lamps, leather-wrapped steering wheel, cruise control and six- Stereo speakers belong. It is noteworthy that many luxury high-tech features not offered on the Mazda 2 in rival models such as a navigation system, iPod interface and Bluetooth.
Mazda 2 Hatchback
From a design perspective, the cockpit of the Mazda 2 is modern but simple, flattering item or action. Hard plastics abound, but that’s to be expected. The front seats are quite comfortable and offer plenty of space for larger adults, although the lack of a telescoping steering wheel is a major gap. Also disappointing are the rear seats, which are unsympathetic and narrow. With the rear seats in place, cargo capacity is 13.3 cubic feet, which is small for a hatchback. With 60/40-split seats folded (not fold completely flat), this number is a number that rises to 27.8 cubes is insignificant, compared to the class- leading 57.3 cubic feet of the Honda Fit.