In 2002 the Mazda 121 Metro hatch and 121 'bubble car' sedan were replaced by a tall-bodied model using Mazda's new nameplate formula.The Mazda 2, indicating a smaller car than the Mazda 3, has established itself as one of the more agile models in the city-car segment. It is also one of the most popular - while also being one of the most stylish after introducing a curvier-looking design from 2007 onwards. A hatch body style has been a constant in the model's lifecycle, with a sedan joining the range occasionally.
One of the more fun-to-drive city cars available
Zippy 1.5-litre engine
Chic styling (2007 onwards)
Smart MZD Connect infotainment system on higher-spec models
Prominent tyre noise
Relatively firm ride
Cramped rear seat, even by city-car standards
Lower-spec models can be missing safety features such as rear-view camera
This is general information and should not be relied on as purchasing advice.
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