New look for Mazda2

Mazda2, 2023, side
Mazda2, 2023, front
Mazda2, 2023, rear
Mazda2, 2023, interior
Mazda2, 2023, rear seats
Mazda2, 2023, display screen
Mazda2, 2023, boot

THE Mazda2 supermini has received a substantially revised new look with fresh exterior styling and new cabin trim treatment.

Across the four newly named trim grades - Centre-Line, Homura, Exclusive-Line and Homura Aka - the 2023 Mazda2 features a new grille, a sleeker bumper design, decorative dash panels and two new exterior colours.

For the 2023 Mazda2, Mazda's designers have focused on new design features that give the different models a more distinctive appearance to allow customers the opportunity to reflect their individuality with a wider choice of colour combinations across the four model grades.

The Mazda2 has been redefined with Centre-Line and Exclusive-Line focusing on a fun and casual nature, while the Homura and Homura Aka have been designed to give the Mazda2 a sportier look and character.

The Centre-Line and Exclusive-Line have a front-end design that features a large coloured panel across the lower section of the grille, which combined with the new front bumper design and more prominent lower grille section with a gloss black signature wing surround.

All Centre-Line and Exclusive-Line cars feature a small yellow accent tab in the grille which is repeated at the back where the revised rear bumper features a now full width black lower moulding with the yellow accent tab.

The Homura and Homura Aka 2023 Mazda2 take a different approach and have been designed to be a more sporty interpretation of the Mazda2.

The Homura has a black honeycomb grille with a red accent tab, matched to gloss black door mirrors, 16-inch black alloy wheels and a black shark fin roof antenna. At the back, the red accent sits on the lower right hand side of the black bumper trim strip.

At the top of the range, the Homura Aka has the same black honeycomb grille with red accent and black mirrors, but features 16-inch black and silver metallic machined alloy wheels and a gloss black roof to further enhance the sporty colour contrasting look.

Black cloth seats with red accents combine with a black gloss dash panel with contrasting red air vent surrounds in the Homura cabin. The Homura Aka features black half leather seats with red accents, a soft touch black dash panel with red stitching and a heated leather steering wheel with red stitching.

All models feature navigation, wireless Apple CarPlay, cruise control, integrated Bluetooth and climate control.

The new Mazda2 range starts with the 75ps Centre-Line, while the Centre-Line model is also offered with the 90ps output. Homura is offered with the 90ps version, while the Exclusive-Line is also offered with the 90ps output but comes with a choice of automatic and manual transmission.

The range-topping Homura Aka is offered with a choice of 90 or 115ps outputs, with the 90ps offered with both automatic and manual gearbox.

With the exception of the 75ps Centre-Line, all manual versions of the Mazda2 feature Mazda's M Hybrid mild-hybrid system and now wear the e-Skyactiv G badge.

The latest Mazda2 is priced from £17,750.


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