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The new Mazda2 has been a sport success for Mazda, selling almost 40,000 copies as of April since hitting the showrooms last October. A three-door version (above) was announced back in January and is now available to European customers. A 1.4 litre diesel engine is now also an option across the Mazda2 range and is cleaner and more efficient than the MZR gas engines. According to Mazda's own numbers (read them after the break), the breakdown goes like this:

A year after it debuted in Geneva as a stylish little five-door hatchback, the Mazda2 is adding a new member to the family at this year's Geneva Motor Show. A three-door hatch will be joining the Mazda2 lineup for the first time. The three-door gets the same 1.3 and 1.5L gas and 1.4L diesel engine options as its more accessible sibling. Even with two fewer doors, this model is still the same size, it just has a sportier look.