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Press Release :

 

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All-new Mazda2 set for European launch

· SKYACTIV Technology and KODO design team up in a segment-beating supermini

· Launch plan sees next-generation Mazda2 at several upcoming European events

Leverkusen, 10 October 2014. Clever, comfortable and confident: The all-new Mazda2 is headed for Europe, where its generous equipment and convention-challenging capabilities are set to take the B segment by storm. Mazda’s next-generation supermini will make its European press debut at an exclusive driving event that gets under way at Mazda Space in Barcelona on 3 November. And the five-door hatchback will also be the highlight of several national motor shows and other events in autumn and winter.

The all-new Mazda2 combines the complete range of SKYACTIV Technology with a stunning KODO – Soul of Motion design very similar to the Mazda Hazumi concept unveiled in Geneva in March. It features the ingeniously intuitive interior concept first seen on the Mazda3, including the Active Driving Display – the first head-up display in this class – and a human-machine interface specially adapted for the subcompact’s cabin. With MZD Connect, the all-new Mazda2 is also one of the first B-segment models to bring occupants online in complete safety, meeting the demands of many of today’s customers. The cabin itself, meanwhile, is surprisingly spacious and comfortable, particularly for the driver but also with top-class rear legroom.

Under the bonnet is one of four engines including the SKYACTIV-D 1.5, a brand-new low compression clean diesel producing 77kW/105PS and maximum torque of 220Nm while using only 3.4l/100km of fuel for CO2 emissions of 89g/km*. The all-new Mazda2 will also be offered with the petrol-powered SKYACTIV-G 1.5 in three variants producing between 55kW/75PS and 85kW/115PS. They deliver fuel economy and CO2 emissions figures ranging from 4.5-4.9l/100km and 105-115g/km*. Power is transferred to the front wheels via five- and six-speed SKYACTIV-MT manual transmissions as well as a six-speed SKYACTIV-Drive automatic. All are newly developed compact, lightweight versions of the acclaimed gearboxes offered on other new-generation Mazdas.

The all-new supermini also gets the SKYACTIV-Chassis, and with it the widely praised linear sporty handling of its larger siblings for Mazda’s patented Jinba Ittai oneness-with-the-car feeling. Optimised for the Mazda2’s size, the upshot is remarkably smooth responsiveness to go with significantly advanced comfort and confidence-inspiring stability that is unusual for a subcompact.

Indeed, the all-new Mazda2’s is exceptionally well equipped in terms of cutting-edge technology. Its class-beating set of i-ACTIVSENSE active safety systems includes Blind Spot Monitoring (BSM). Available for the first time on a Mazda in Europe, BSM keeps track of the blind spots behind and on the sides of the vehicle, even when reversing. And although kerb weights start at a mere 970kg, Mazda’s newest model provides outstanding passive safety protection, too. This comes thanks among other things to the innovative architecture of its SKYACTIV-Body, which contains significantly greater quantities of lightweight high and ultra-high strength steels than the body of the current Mazda2.

Mazda is taking an unconventional approach with its European launch strategy this time around: Rather than concentrating on major international motor shows, the company is promoting its supermini at a number of regional events. For example, prior to the press launch at Mazda Space, the company’s European event hub, the all-new Mazda2 will be shown at the International Film Festival of Rome from 16-25 October at the MAXXI Museum of 21st Century Art. It will also feature at three upcoming motor shows in Zurich (5-9 November), Vienna (14-18 January) and Brussels (15-25 January) before going on sale early next year.

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[TD=colspan: 2]All-new Mazda2**[/TD]

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[TD]Engine[/TD]

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[TD=colspan: 2]SKYACTIV-G 1.5 (75 PS)[/TD]

[TD=colspan: 2]SKYACTIV-G 1.5 (90 PS)[/TD]

[TD=colspan: 2]SKYACTIV-G 1.5 (115 PS with i-ELOOP)[/TD]

[TD=colspan: 2]SKYACTIV-D 1.5[/TD]

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[TD]Max. power[/TD]

[TD=colspan: 2]kW(PS)/rpm[/TD]

[TD=colspan: 2]55(75)/6,000[/TD]

[TD=colspan: 2]66(90)/6,000[/TD]

[TD=colspan: 2]85(115)/6,000[/TD]

[TD=colspan: 2]77(105)/4,000[/TD]

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[TD]Max. torque[/TD]

[TD=colspan: 2]Nm/rpm[/TD]

[TD=colspan: 2]135/3,800[/TD]

[TD=colspan: 2]148/4,000[/TD]

[TD=colspan: 2]148/4,000[/TD]

[TD=colspan: 2]220/1,400-3,200[/TD]

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[TD]Emission rating[/TD]

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[TD=colspan: 2]Euro 6[/TD]

[TD=colspan: 2]Euro 6[/TD]

[TD=colspan: 2]Euro 6[/TD]

[TD=colspan: 2]Euro 6[/TD]

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[TD]Transmission[/TD]

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[TD]Fuel consumption*[/TD]

[TD=colspan: 2]l/100km[/TD]

[TD=colspan: 2]4.7[/TD]

[TD]4.5[/TD]

[TD]4.8[/TD]

[TD=colspan: 2]4.9[/TD]

[TD=colspan: 2]3.4[/TD]

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[TD]CO2 emissions*[/TD]

[TD=colspan: 2]g/km[/TD]

[TD=colspan: 2]110[/TD]

[TD]105[/TD]

[TD]112[/TD]

[TD=colspan: 2]115[/TD]

[TD=colspan: 2]89[/TD]

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[TD]Exterior dimensions[/TD]

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[TD]Overall length[/TD]

[TD]mm[/TD]

[TD]4,060[/TD]

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[TD]Overall width[/TD]

[TD]mm[/TD]

[TD]1,695[/TD]

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[TD]Overall width (mirror to mirror)[/TD]

[TD]mm[/TD]

[TD]1,983[/TD]

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[TD]Overall height (without shark fin antenna)[/TD]

[TD]mm[/TD]

[TD]1,495[/TD]

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[TD]Wheelbase[/TD]

[TD]mm[/TD]

[TD]2,570[/TD]

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* Combined cycle, Mazda in-house calculations

** All figures preliminary

 

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Benzina:

1.5 SkyActiv-G (75 CV):

Essence: 13.900€

Evolve: 14.600€

1.5 SkyActiv-G (90 CV):

Evolve: 15.150€

Exceed: 17.800€

 

1.5 SkyActiv-G (115 CV):

 

Exceed: 18.500€

Diesel:

1.5 SkyActiv-D (105 CV):

Evolve: 17.300€

Exceed: 19.950€

 

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Topic Concept:   Mazda Hazumi Concept 2014

Topic Spies:   Mazda 2 III (Spy)

Topic sedan: Mazda 2 Sedan 2015

Modello Precedente:   Mazda 2 II Facelift 2010

 

 

 

La trovo davvero interessante, ben riuscita, sportiva e fuori dagli schemi. Promossa a pieni voti.

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A mio gusto, invece, i fanali che continuano sul portellone devono dare un senso di continuità (per questo in genere non sopporto il design "spezzato" tipico di BMW per questo particolare)... potevano risolvere meglio il loro design

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Some guys they just give up living

And start dying little by little, piece by piece

Some guys come home from work and wash up

Then go racin' in the street

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compitino...molto legata alla versione precedente.

la novità vera è il diesel 1.5 e l'infoTTainment :mrgreen::§

prodotto abbastanza marginale nell'economia globale di Mazda ( ovviamente non parlo di Italia)

il mio interesse su Mazda è tutto proiettato al 3/9 :b9:b37

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mmm finalmente è uscita reale...devo ancora digerire il muso, anche a me sta boccona non convince del tutto, magari poi è solo questione di farci l'occhio, d'altro canto nemmeno l'ultima Fiesta mi piaceva con la boccona da pesce lesso, ora ci ho fatto l'occhio e non mi dispiace...il posteriore lo trovo molto riuscito e piazzato invece, mi garba assai!...bella la fiancata, giustamente movimentata a mio avviso...musone enorme e culetto poco poco pronunciato, forse avrei messo un pò più di roba dietro la ruota posteriore (giusto per non accorcarne il passo e renderla meno spaziosa dentro) conferendole magari un pò più di spazio per il bagagliaio...ad ogni modo promossa, non a pieni voti come le sorelle maggiori, ma per quanto mi riguarda è comunque promossa!

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Ih, toh: eccola! :D

Mi piace tutta, tranne il davanti :pen:

Avesse avuto il muso del concept linkato da Santis sarebbe stato meglio, ma è sempre la stessa storia, è facile fare belle auto senza vincoli...

"Comunque c'è una grossa verità di cui devi per forza tenere conto[..]: 200 euro è un basso di gamma, ed il basso di gamma Android FA cagare. Non è qualcosa su cui si può discutere, ma un fatto. Un punto fisso nel tempo e nello spazio, come la vagina." - Artemis

 

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Dalle camuffature pensavo meglio,il frontale con quella boccona,cromature e fari non mi convince molto...il resto non male,ma sà tanto di 3 in miniatura(ma viste le dimensioni non rende alla stessa maniera e sà di già visto)e in generale niente di che.

I motori sono come le donne, bisogna saperli toccare nelle parti più sensibili.(Enzo Ferrari)

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Alla fine poteva andare molto peggio.

Se devo essere sincero, per me i fari anteriori più caricaturali sono una scelta azzeccata. Un faro troppo affilato l'avrebbe resa l'ennesimo criceto arrabbiato del segmento B.

Piuttosto critico la scelta del profilo cromato così vistoso, un po' un pugno in un occhio.

Comunque tra le seg.B la vedo messa ragionevolmente bene a livello di stile.

La teoria è quando si conosce il funzionamento di qualcosa ma quel qualcosa non funziona.

La pratica è quando tutto funziona ma non si sa come.

Spesso si finisce con il coniugare la teoria con la pratica: non funziona niente e non si sa il perché.

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