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Mazda 2 Sedan
4 stars - based on 6 reviews
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Car Review - Mazda2 Sedan 1.5 Deluxe (A)
03 Mar 2016  |  Mazda Reviews
With numerous accolades to its name, the Mazda2 is back to steal the show with the addition of a decently-sized boot, in sedan guise.
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A good looking economical car, but not f...  
I have been driving the Mazda 2 for 2+ months now, mainly for Grab. I was bought over by the looks; It looks almost indistinguishable from the Mazda 3. However, I have 2 main peeves about this car; It's uncomfortable for both the driver and the passengers, and it's poor sound insulation.
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Amazing fuel economy.  
Having owned the Mazda 2 sedan deluxe for 17 months, other than servicing arrangements, I have no complaint about the car so far. What astonishes me is its outstanding fuel economy. I'm surprised that the system electronically registers fuel consumption as 6.4L/100 km or 15.63 km per litre from day one. I also calculate my fuel consumption manually using the same ESSO station and at the same pump. Each time I pump full tank auto stop I record the mileage travelled and number of litres consumed. On most occasions I managed between 15 - 16 km/l but on some occasions like last week I managed 16.7 km per litre. Compared to my previous car, my monthly petrol bill has been cut by half. Road holding and braking are excellent and that is despite drum brakes at the rear. There is hardly any body roll when rounding sharp bends and best of all, the standard Dunlop tyres do not make any noise at all. My only complaint is not about the car but servicing. For regular servicing, Trans Eurokars need to learn from Borneo Motors. Booking for a servicing appointment is only through the phone. When the servicing warning light appears, a typical phone appointment takes a month and the car has to be left in the workshop with no approximate time frame given for collection. At Borneo Motors, one can choose an appointment date and time online which typically is a week at most. Quick routine servicing is completed in an hour or less with major servicing 2 - 3 hrs. Owners can wait cosily in the lounge while their car is being serviced. To be fair, the staff at Eurokars is polite but waiting is a no, no, as the hard foodcourt like chairs at Leng Kee is unlike the sofas at Borneo Motors where you can even doze off while your car is being serviced. Despite the car being a man in the street car, servicng rates are not man in the strict prices.
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