What is it? Face-lifted version of Mazda’s sporty supermini
Price from £9995
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CO2 110-146 g/km
As far as face-lifts go, the Mazda 2’s is on the barely noticeable side of subtle.
There’s a new front bumper that incorporates the brand’s latest look, but nothing else has changed on the outside. Inside, there are upgraded materials, but that’s about all you can see.
The biggest changes are the ones you can’t. The engines have been tweaked to provide slightly better fuel economy and lower CO2 emissions, although the changes are only a couple of miles per gallon here and the odd g/km there.
The previous 1.4-litre diesel version has also been dropped, and the 1.5-litre petrol engine can now be combined with a four-speed automatic gearbox.
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