2020 Mazda2 From 15,795
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The 2020 Mazda2 is both agile and stylish.

Its Kodo: Soul of Motion design language has created a car with a playful, yet elegant spirit. The 2020 Mazda2 goes beyond a sophisticated exterior design, offering great fuel economy and enhanced safety features. The 2020 Mazda2 is a car that moves you even before you drive it – in cities, and beyond.

What it feels like to drive the 2020 Mazda2 Thanks to Skyactiv Technology, G-Vectoring Control Plus, Mazda M Hybrid and an expanded range of technological features, the 2020 Mazda2 combines a thrilling yet smooth driving experience with a reassuring sense of control and responsible use of fuel. Experience Jinba Ittai, the oneness between car and driver, like never before.
Always a comfortable drive for you and your passengers The 2020 Mazda2 interior enhances your driving experience, like the heated steering wheel* and human-centric seating concept. As soon as you sit down you feel how well the refined seats support your body, helping you maintain a healthy posture and preventing fatigue. *Available on the GT Sport Nav grade.
Improved Fuel Economy All Skyactiv petrol engines with manual transmission are equipped with new Mazda M Hybrid* technology, which uses a small Integrated Starter Generator (ISG) to capture energy normally lost during braking. That energy is stored and used to power the car’s electrical systems, reducing the load on the engine and saving fuel. *Mazda M Hybrid is available on manual models only.


Colour Active Driving Display Provides essential driving information, including speed and turn-by-turn navigation via the colour head-up display which is perfectly positioned in the drivers line of sight.
COMPLETE CONNECTIVITY With Apple CarPlay® and Android Auto™, you can operate functions such as searching how to get to your destination, making phone calls, sending / receiving messages, listening to music etc directly with the in-vehicle display being connected to a compatible phone.

Available from SE-L Nav grade
SMART CITY BRAKE SUPPORT Mazda's Smart City Brake Support (SCBS) helps avoid or minimise the effects of low-speed collisions. The laser-based system continually monitors the gap and closing speed of the vehicle in front, automatically applying the brakes if a collision is likely at speeds up to approximately 20mph.

Available from SE-L Nav grade
REMOTE CENTRAL LOCKING Key fob provides remote central locking with deadlocks for security, as well as keyless engine start / stop.
LANE DEPARTURE WARNING SYSTEM Designed to warn the driver if the vehicle inadvertently strays from its lane. A front-view camera monitors the road ahead and calculates the car’s position relative to lane markings. Should the system detect that the car is about to unintentionally move out of lane, it emits an audible warning sound to alert the drive.

Available from SE-L Nav grade

*Figures are based on 2020 Mazda2 90ps Sport Nav.

Models shown may not be to UK specification. Colours and some exterior and/or interior elements may differ on screen from the actual model. The official fuel consumption figures in mpg (l/100km) for the Mazda2 range: Combined 47.9 (5.9) - 53.3 (5.3). CO2 emissions (g/km) 118 - 94*
Figures shown are for comparability purposes; only compare fuel consumption and CO2 figures with other cars tested to the same technical procedures. These figures may not reflect real life driving results, which will depend upon a number of factors including the accessories fitted (post-registration), variations in weather, driving styles and vehicle load.
*There is a new test used for fuel consumption and CO2 figures. The CO2 figures shown however, are based on the outgoing test cycle and will be used to calculate vehicle tax on first registration. The MPG figures quoted are sourced from official EU-regulated test results obtained through laboratory testing. These are provided for comparability purposes only and may not reflect your actual driving results.

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