An update to your Mazda2 is revealed for any Japanese Domestic Market, through an Australian adaptation expected to follow next Year.
It once were called the Mazda Demio in Japan as well as the update it switches on the Mazda2 badge, during Australia. To the new model Mazda has applied the light facelift into the exterior design, with new front and rear bumper bars handling it a wider and more prominent stance. There are some new-look 16-inch alloy wheels.
Beneath skin, engineers have installed new suspension to help you smoothen vehicle movements, and then to strengthen the ride quality, while Mazda’s G-Vectoring Control Plus have been included in help with top speed stability. Mazda’s i-Eloop brake energy regeneration system has also been travelling to improve economy.
Safety is boosted quite significantly, attracting radar cruise control with stop and go functionality for option, as well as optional lane keep assist, and optional adaptive LED headlights. In addition there are head-up display which often can now adjust to the memorised seat position, where power seats are optioned.
Inside, Mazda offers some newly designed front seats that promise to “make driving easier” and enhance the a sense of experience of the car. An auto-dimming rear-view mirror, enhanced noise suppression measures to insulate the cabin, and a updated media interface complete the pack. The latest media system now incorporates Android Auto and Apple CarPlay.
In Japan the revolutionary model is on the market by using a 1.5-litre petrol with both front- and all-wheel drive, and also a 1.8-litre diesel also with FWD or AWD. Specifications to your Australian market are yet to be confirmed. For reference, today’s model features a 1.5L petrol only, producing 79kW, or 81kW for any top GT.