2013 Mazda MAZDA2 Reviews& Test Drives – Green Car Reports

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2013 Mazda MAZDA2 Review

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The 2013 Mazda2 continues in its as the smallest Mazda on sale in the The subcompact hatchback is offered in one body style, a limited of trim levels, and it’s a big seller. But its appeal lies in its simplicity.

Rather than on features, the lean little car one of the most fun-to-drive experiences you can for relatively little cash.

It’s clearly a Mazda in with a simple five-door and the brand’s characteristic front The body is upright and pert and the are refreshingly large, though it’s basic but a bit dark. The position up front is good, taller adults up front find themselves pushing the all the way back.

Getting anyone small children into the seats will require negotiating skills on legroom.

the wheel, there’s not a lot of distraction for the who can concentrate on the rollerskate handling and the most out of the little car’s 1.5-liter four-cylinder engine. superb steering feel and suspension, not to mention a curb of just 2,300 pounds, the Mazda Mazda2 is fun and nippy on streets and suburban shopping One drawback to the short wheelbase is a degree of fore-and-aft motion both acceleration and braking, the ride is otherwise

good for the class.

All buyers should go for the five-speed gearbox, which delivers the fun factor (and is cheaper to Avoid the four-speed automatic, drags down performance and fun.

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Fuel efficiency is average for a subcompact, with the manual version rated at 32 mpg (29 mpg city, 35 mpg highway) and the undesirable falling to 30 mpg combined (28 mpg city, 34 mpg That’s no better than the (but pricier) Mazda3 which offers the new and very efficient SkyActiv 2.0-liter engine.

Despite its small size, the comes with the full of safety features, including six and the usual anti-lock brakes, stability control, and so forth. now an older design, though, and its safety scores are hardly with a couple of minimal ratings from the Insurance for Highway Safety.

The two trim are Sport and Touring, like Mazdas, but neither one is exactly with luxury fittings. The Sport model includes windows, locks, and mirrors; air remote keyless entry; a steering wheel, a 60/40-split rear seat; and a single-CD system with four and both auxiliary and USB inputs.

There’s also a rear-window and washer on every Mazda2.

The model upgrades the trim, 15-inch alloy wheels, a audio system with wheel controls, a trip accessories like fog lights, a spoiler, and a chrome exhaust and also red piping on seats upgraded cloth upholstery. If you either hands-free Bluetooth or a navigation system, you’ll to turn to your dealer to them–they’re not offered by the factory.

For more details, see the full of the 2013 Mazda Mazda2 on our site, TheCarConnection.

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