Mazda have announced updates to their Mazda2 range.
Main update is an introduction of Mazda’s G-Vectoring Control technology. Along with suspension tweaks, the new Mazda 2 steers better and has an improved ride.
Trims SE-L and SE-L Nav feature additional spec like LED front fog lamps, auto power-folding mirrors and passenger seat height adjustment. Sport Nav models get new 16” alloys and a shark fin antenna.
Apart from the entry-level, all trim levels will come with a 7” touch-screen display with MZD-Connect infotainment system, navigation, DAB radio and cruise control.
They’ll be two new models which are the GT and GT Sport. Deep Crimson Mica and Eternal Blue Mica are added to the paint colours that are exclusive to these trims.
Standard spec include LED headlights, LED daylight running lights, 16” silver alloys and a contrasting black rear spoiler.
Inside there’s black leather seats with a brown dash insert, head-up display, Mazda2 scuff plates, reversing camera, rear parking sensors, privacy glass, climate control air con and smart keyless entry.
Mazda2 will come with a wide range of active safety equipment as standard such as Smart City Brake Support and Lane Departure Warning System.
The Mazda2 will come exclusively with a 1.5-litre SKYACTIV-G petrol engine which is offered with the SE-L Nav, Sport Nav and GT trim.
Power starts from 75ps which is offered in SE-L trim. Making up the bulk of the range the 90ps version of the 1.5-litre SKYACTIV-G engine is , while the 115ps output engine is exclusively matched to the flagship GT Sport and a six-speed manual gearbox.
Mazda2 will start from £12,695 and go on sale on 1st June.