When it goes on sale in the UK from 8 September, the all-new Mazda2 range of five‑door hatchbacks will offer customers a three-strong model line-up with a choice of three powertrains and three equipment levels (TS, TS2 and Sport).
Prices will start from a highly-competitive £8,499 (on-the-road) for the new Mazda2 TS model undercutting rival vehicles, while boasting excellent standard equipment that is either optional or not available on those competitor cars.
Standard equipment on the 1.3-litre, 75ps Mazda2 TS will include: 15-inch steel wheels, ABS with Brake Assist and EBD, driver and front passenger airbags, remote central locking with deadlocks, electric front windows, driver seat height adjust, CD radio with AUX jack and two speakers, multi-function glovebox with magazine rack, Thatcham Category 1 alarm and immobiliser and electric door mirrors.
The new Mazda2 TS2 with 1.3-litre, 86ps petrol engine will be priced from £9,999 (OTR) and will have 12 additional equipment items including: 15-inch alloy wheels, side and curtain airbags, electric folding door mirrors, four audio speakers, steering wheel-mounted audio controls, leather steering wheel and gear knob and air‑conditioning.
Topping the petrol launch range will be the new Mazda2 Sport, with a 1.5-litre 103ps engine and a full sports styling kit, priced from £11,799 (OTR). This model will also gain 12 extra items of equipment, including: 16-inch alloy wheels, dynamic stability control, traction control, cruise control, fog lights, rain sensing wipers and auto lights, electric rear windows, trip computer, speed alarm, six audio speakers and climate control air-conditioning.
The all-new Mazda2 petrol range will be joined by a 1.4-litre 68ps diesel engine a few months after the September petrol launch. The 1.4-litre 68ps diesel will be available with a choice of two equipment levels TS and TS2 and will include the same specification as the petrol models.
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