Refreshed design, enhanced tech - the updated Mazda2 is now available in SA

<i>Image: Quickpic</i>
<i>Image: Quickpic</i>

Boasting a fresh design and enhanced technologies, consumers can officially get their hands on the refreshed Mazda2.

All models in the range are powered by 1.5-litre SkyActiv engines that come in both manual and automatic transmissions. There are four trim levels available - Active, Dynamic, Individual and Hazumi.

Options aplenty

Occupants can enjoy the convenience of a Bluetooth hands-free system across the range, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, as well as Dynamic Stability Control (DSC).

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The car communicates with the road through 15" silver metallic alloy wheels on the Dynamic model and high-gloss painted 16" alloys on the Individual derivative. The exterior is upgraded further with LED headlamps fitted as standard across the range.

Mazda 2

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Side and curtain airbags, auto dimming rear-view mirror from the Dynamic model. Auto fold mirrors, reverse camera, rear parking sensors bring the safety aspect full circle.

It comes with a 3-year unlimited kilometre service plan, 3-year factory warranty, 3-year roadside assistance and a 5-year corrosion warranty.

Compiled by: Robin Classen

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