• Mar 25, 2006

We're not sure how this slipped by us, but word came down earlier this month that the diminutive Mazda2 supermini is getting a once-over from the Japanese automaker.

The baby Zoom2 is the beneficiary of revamped light fixtures (front and rear), and some fascia alterations. The net-net is a more grown-up 'corporate' face that reminds of the car's big brother, the Mazda3. Standard equipment has improved trim-by-trim, with all levels receiving a standard-fit CD player and anti-lock brakes incorporating electronic brakeforce distribution (EBD) and emergency brake assist. Mazda also claims that it has fitted higher quality interior bits and upholstery, but drivetrain options remain essentially unaltered.

[Source: WhatCar?]



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      • 8 Years Ago
      It WOULD be nice to have that here in Canada..the subcompact market is really strong
      • 8 Years Ago
      I forgot but are there talks to bring the 2 to the States to compete against the Yaris and Fit?