Mazda has announced details of the all-new Mazda2, saying it ‘brings new levels of technological sophistication, driving pleasure and active safety’ to its segment.
The supermini is now available to order in Ireland, for March delivery.
The new model is offered in a choice to two petrol and one diesel engine – SKYACTIV-G 1.5 75PS or 90PS and SKYACTIV-D 105PS – with both manual and automatic transmission.
Four trim levels are available – SE, Executive, Executive SE and GT – providing ‘a range of premium interior finishes [that] raise the bar for quality and craftsmanship’.
Mazda adds that the new model offers a spacious cabin with extra shoulder, knee and legroom, with improved seat comfort and ‘bold, clear, coherent instrumentation and switchgear’.
Infotainment is provided via a 7in touch-screen unit and the MZD Connectivity system.
Safety options include lane departure warning, cruise control and Smart City Brake Support.
Managing director, Mazda Motor Ireland, Tony Howarth said: ‘The all-new Mazda2 represents a huge leap in refinement and practicality versus the outgoing model.
‘With features and equipment not offered by any of our competitors it sets a new standard for the segment.’
He added: ‘The all-new Mazda2 has been upgraded to enjoy the same premium feel as its sister models. I am convinced this car will be a hit with the Irish public.’
The all new Mazda2 is available to buy now, with prices starting from €15,995.