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(launched 2015, facelifted Nov-2020)

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1.5 Deluxe (A)
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- 18.5km/L 114 bhp 6-speed (A) with manual shift
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- 18.5km/L 114 bhp 6-speed (A)
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Price updated 27-Jul-2021

Mazda 2 Hatchback
3.5 stars - based on 10 reviews
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Car Review - Mazda2 Hatchback 1.5 Deluxe (A)
Mazda's new compact hatcback aims to take on the rest of the superminis with its good looks, a solid interior as well as a fun and easy drive.
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Comparison - Mazda2 Hatchback 1.5 Deluxe (A) vs Nissan Note 1.2 DIG-S (A)
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CONSUMER REVIEWS
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Value for money!
Been driving the Mazda 2 for a few weeks, and I have to say I have been more than satisfied, especially compared to price paid for it. You cannot get another Japanese car model with a proper 6 speed auto-gear box (not CVT!) that goes 0-100km/hr in 10s, that handles well, for $60k+ brand new. You'll see why Mazda's motto is "Zoom-zoom" Or "Jinba ittai (horse and rider as one)". While the interior space isn't exactly big, that comes expected for this class of vehicle. There is enough room for families with young kids. You can sense that the engineers put in the effort to think through carefully how people will use this car, as everything seems to be in the right place (e.G buttons, nobs), making it intuitive to operate.
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Amazing car
No 1 else offer a make in japan with 6speed auto box at this price. cvt = rubbish. the engine match with 6speed gearbox is so perfect. i drive many auto 1.5/1.6L cars in the pass 20 years, non of them come close in term of performance. 1.0L swift turbo is laggy.
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Decent Point A-B Car.
Bought the standard model in 2016. Have been driving it for slightly more then 6 months. A decent point A to point B car. What I love most about the car is its fuel economy. At 60/40 highway/city driving, I get an average f 17km/l,which translate to a lower petrol cost. The seats are slightly small for an average height man, but it fits my petite wife well. Be prepared for the passengers at the back to have problems with foot space. Officially in paper the vehicle is a 4 seater car, thus, the center seat at the back is pretty tiny. Soundproofing is obviously lacking, and it's not due to the tyres. You can hear the distinct sound of the car/motorcyle moving past you. End of the day, it's a great car used daily if you are not concern about all the other premium features you can find.
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Mazda 2 HB 2016
One of the lowest Depreciation and price Made in Japan car in the market. The others being Mit Lancer. An pretty much Point A to B car with no frills features. Made in Japan for its reliability. The car can pretty much be used for day to day driving, and can comfortably sit 4 adults (include driver). The car is small and nimble and can park anywhere easily. Power to weight ratio is good and the best part is the fuel economy. However, travelling up North to KL or further, this might not be the best car to consider.
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