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Mazda2 - click above for a high res gallery

Toronto's Globe and Mail is reporting that Canadian car buyers will soon have a new small car option available when Mazda introduces it's B-segment 2. The little 2 shares its underpinnings with the Ford Fiesta and Mazda has hinted in the past at offering it in the U.S. but has yet to confirm any plans. CEO Takashi Yamanouchi declined to give the Globe and Mail a specific date but indicated it could come within a year. The key to making the decision is ensuring it can be sold in a way that won't take away from sales of the larger Mazda3. Regardless of whether the 2 does go on sale in Canada, buyers will soon have the Fiesta available. Thanks to Mark for the tip!


[Source: Globe and Mail]


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      • 1 Month Ago
      And Mazda won't sell it here why?

      BECAUSE WE AMERICANS ARE SO CHILDLIKE THAT WE CANNOT ACCEPT A NATIONAL FUEL TAX THAT WOULD TRULY MAKES A DIFFERENCE IN CONSUMPTION, POLLUTION AND THE NATIONAL BUDGET.
      TRULY WE ARE DOOMED.
      • 1 Month Ago
      It's a nice little car. I like it.
      Have you see Peugeot's eco-car yet?
      here
      http://icollectstuffs.blogspot.com/2009/04/eco-cars-peugeot-leonin-electric-car.html
      • 1 Month Ago
      Crazy

      We have had this thing for a year and a half(Australia and New Zealand) and they are going to receive it 1 year after this point...?

      What a silly world we live in...Its a great looking car in the flesh 2

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