09/09/2019

Rentals – Mazda-2

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5

5 Person

Petrol – Unleaded ULP

4060mm

1695mm

1495mm

6

Piston

4

5.4L/100km

Manual

Alloy

In a segment as competitive as the small car class, manufacturers are under huge pressure to offer buyers fantastic value for money.

In this respect, the Mazda 2 doesn’t get off to a great start because it looks expensive next to rivals such as the Ford FiestaHyundai i20 and Skoda Fabia. However, look beyond the brochure price and the 2 has a range of engines that tend to prove frugal in the real world, and trim levels that offer plenty of kit and safety features.

65L Fuel tank
E10 Compatible
Alloy Wheels
Blue tooth Phone & Audio
Electric Seats with Lumbar Support adjustment
Smart Key entry
Reversing camera
Front dual zone climate control
Auto Start/Stop
Bi-Xenon Headlights
Rear Air Conditioning
421L Boot

Speed alert
Airbags
Air Conditioning
Alarm System
Anti-theft Protection
Audio Interface
Automatic Climate Control
Automatic Headlights
Auto Start/Stop
Bi-Xenon Headlights
Bluetooth® Handset
BOSE® Surround Sound

Adaptive Cruise Control
Airbags
Air Conditioning
Alarm System
Anti-theft Protection
Audio Interface
Automatic Climate Control
Automatic Headlights
Auto Start/Stop
Bi-Xenon Headlights
Bluetooth® Handset
BOSE® Surround Sound

Mazda 2 buyers can choose from three naturally aspirated 1.5-litre petrol engines, and the mid-range 89bhp Skyactiv-G version is a popular choice.

Lacking a turbocharger, which most of its rivals use in order to boost mid-range poke, you need to rev the engine hard to make good progress on motorways. Around town this is less of an issue and it feels responsive enough.