When you say Mazda you automatically think of Japan, a place where car manufacturers find a perfect environment to develop their business. Among all the existing car producers in Japan, Mazda makes itself recognizable by providing cars that are fun to drive. In order to continue offering customers the same wonderful experience, they set a goal in developing cars that also provide excellent environmental and safety performance. A new Mazda2 Sedan has just been revealed and it will have its official debut next week in Bangkok at the Thailand’s most famous auto show.
The Mazda2 sedan closely resembles its hatchback relative. The only thing distinguishing the vehicle is of course the longer rear part which provides a lot of extra room for luggage compared to the hatch. A few other elements that attract the view are the horizontal tail lamps and a trunk mounted spoiler that offers a bit of a sporty shade. On the inside, the vehicle is equipped with a three-spoke multi-function steering wheel, a high-definition screen controlled by controller knob and a simple, function-oriented instrument cluster.
The Mazda2 Sedan is powered by a 1.5-liter Skyactiv-D turbodiesel four-cylinder engine that outputs 103 horsepower and 184 lb-ft. of torque sent to the front wheels through either a manual or an automatic transmission. The four-door sedan might also gain a 1.5-liter gasoline-burning four-banger unit developing 100 horsepower and 98 lb-ft. of torque, but Mazda is still short on offering full technical details. However, the Bangkok show is getting closer and closer and surely we’ll have all the necessary information then.
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