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New 2023 Mazda2 Facelift (Euro spec) | FIRST LOOK, Exterior & Interior


New 2023 Mazda2 Facelift (Euro spec) | FIRST LOOK, Exterior & Interior. elebrating 20 years of production since the launch of the first generation Mazda2 in April 2003, the latest version of the company’s popular B‐segment hatchback, the 2023 Mazda2, features updated exterior and interior design, two new exterior body colours, a new grade structure and two new special edition models.

Updated front styling featuring a new grille and bumper design not only brings greater road presence to the 2023 Mazda2, but also differentiates between the grille treatment of new core Prime‐Line entry, Centre‐Line mid and Exclusive‐Line high grades, and that of the special edition variants.

On board, the 2023 Mazda2’s high‐quality, harmonious cabin environment benefits from a new instrument panel, air vent and door panel trim finishes, updated upholstery, and a wide range of comfort‐ and convenience‐enhancing standard equipment on even entry grade models.

New Homura and Homura Aka special editions add sporting appeal to the 2023 Mazda2 range. They benefit from bespoke grille and alloy wheel designs, unique exterior and interior colour schemes, and comprehensive, model‐specific standard equipment specifications.


 Skyactiv‐G 1.5 litre petrol engine features Mazda‐unique, world‐first Diagonal Vortex Combustion technology and a higher 15:1 compression ratio to improve fuel efficiency by 6.8% and reduce CO2 emissions by 9 – 12% in the WLTC mode.

 Engine control programme for improved vehicle response to and control of acceleration.

 Choice of four Skyactiv‐G 1.5 litre petrol engined, front‐wheel drive powertrains.

 75 PS variant with 6‐speed manual transmission, a 90 PS unit mated to a six‐speed automatic gearbox 2 , and e‐Skyactiv‐G 90 and 115 PS manual transmission versions equipped with MHEV (Mild Hybrid Electric Vehicle) technology.

 MHEV capability provided by the Mazda M Hybrid system, which combines electric motor assistance with recovered energy recycling to improve fuel efficiency and offer a smoother driving experience.

 CO2 emissions from just 107 g/km, combined fuel consumption as low as 4.7l/100km

Source : Mazda

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