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Mazda2 gets an update


Mazda has reinvigorated the compact Mazda2 with the launch of the 2011 facelift model

The Mazda2 Sport now has the added convenience of cruise and climate control, rain-sensing wipers and auto on/off headlamps.

Drivers and passengers will appreciate a freshly re-designed front console with piano black finishing and a new seat trim.

The new and improved Mazda2 Sport also boasts a useful trip computer, arming the driver with all the essential driving statistics, as well as a black meter cluster with white illumination.

The front grille design of the new Mazda2 Sport model is now colour keyed and features a new fog lamp design together with new exterior colour options including the striking Aquatic Blue

The Mazda2 features Mazda’s five-star safety features including Dynamic Stability Control System (DSC) and Traction Control System (TCS), Anti-lock Braking System (ABS) with Electronic Brake-force Distribution (EBD) and Emergency Brake Assistance (EBA) as well as front, side and curtain SRS airbags.

Andrew Clearwater, Managing Director, Mazda New Zealand, says, “The Mazda2 has proven to be a very popular vehicle in the New Zealand market. The extra features from the latest facelift offer our customers more and further our commitment to delivering innovative vehicles that embody the zoom-zoom philosophy.”

Pricing for the Classic models remain unchanged at $23,245 for the manual and $24,645 for the automatic model. The Sport model increases by a modest $160 to $25,155 for the manual and $26,555 for the automatic.

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