CALL US TODAY! 08 9583 1600
|
What to Expect From the 2018 Mazda 2
May 21, 2018 webmazdam

What to Expect From the 2018 Mazda 2

>Expectation from the 2018 Mazda 2″ width=”1024″ height=”698″ /></p><p><span
style=While a little hatchback makes an excellent city vehicle, it can sometimes struggle with the vast highways of our big country. While many consider the Mazda 2 to be just a city car, how well can it cope outside of its comfort zone?

The Striking Looks

When discovering the Mazda 2 for sale, Perth drivers are likely to immediately notice its striking looks. Unlike many models in the small hatchback segment, the Mazda 2 doesn’t have the upright, boxy shape. Instead, the 2 has a more traditional and sleek shape that almost looks like a smaller version of its popular sibling the Mazda 3. It features the familial grille and swooping lines that typify the Mazda Kodo design language. This makes the 2 look like more than an economical city car; it showcases its Mazda heritage and looks like a vehicle that is at home in the city or on the open road.

An Impressive Cabin

Step inside the Mazda 2, and you will see that the family resemblance continues with an impressive cabin. The switchgear including the steering wheel, dash elements, and any button looks like it has been taken directly from the Mazda 3, creating a fantastic feel despite the 2 being a full class size below.
At the heart of the cabin layout is the MZD Connect 7.0 inch touchscreen. This multimedia system not only looks great but offers excellent functionality with no fuss. The system has been designed to be best used with the centre console intuitive dial control and features highly responsive in house software. It is relatively easy to connect a phone, with no problems dialing out or receiving a call.

Plenty of Performance Power

The SKYACTIV-G 1.5 litre petrol engine may be small, but produces an impressive 81 kW of power that can handle any hills or other road challenges. Despite this performance power, the Mazda 3 has a combined fuel use rate of only 4.9 litres per 100 kilometres.

Decent Cargo Space

Despite being a small hatchback, the Mazda is still immensely practical. The model has a 250 litre cargo space, which is plenty of space if you want to take a break from the city and drive for a weekend away. This space can be expanded to 852 litres if you fold the rear seats. The cargo space is not compromised by the spare, as there is a space saver under the floor.

If you would like to learn more about the Mazda 2 for sale, Perth drivers should visit us. We have an impressive range of vehicles for sale. Mazda 2 enquiries can be easily addressed by our sales staff who are here to answer any questions you may have about the Mazda 2, price listing and specification details.

 

Launch me