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Performance

Featuring a crispness and agility that is missing from so many other small cars, with sharp steering, the Mazda2 is responsive and well weighted; but also light enough to make parking a breath of fresh air. The Mazda2 is also more than capable of handling most back-roads. In terms of petrol engines, there are two choices of 1.3-litre petrol – one 74bhp and the other 83bhp. For diesel, the Mazda2 offers a 1.6-litre turbodiesel, which has 94bhp and is ideal for economical saving and extended usage.

Running Costs

The small size of the Mazda 2 means it excels in terms of running costs, with even the largest of its petrol engines offering close to 50mpg, which is incredibly impressive. The diesel however arguably offers better value for money and more economically friendly, with the 1.6-litre offering 57.3mpg – a hefty increase on its petrol counterpart – and a 110g/km CO2 rating. All three engines return good fuel consumption for their size, while low CO2 ratings help to keep road tax down.

Equipment

The Mazda 2 has various levels of trims available, all featuring a very impressive list of features. For the entry level TS, Mazda fits air conditioning, electric door mirrors and front windows, and two airbags. Next up is the TS2, which features all the additions of the TS and has air conditioning, alloy wheels, electric front windows and ESP. Next up is the Tamura, which includes all of the above and adds alloy wheels and a 60/40 split and fold rear. The top of the range Sport models gain ESP traction control and an upgrade to internal climate controls.