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About the Mazda Mazda2

Vehicle Summary

The Mazda2 is a compact four-door hatchback that offers tight handling and a smooth ride. In the 2014 model, for example, its cabin is designed to hold up to five passengers with an additional 13.3 cubic feet of cargo storage space in the trunk dnd when needed, standard 60/40-split rear seats can also be folded down to extend storage to a full 27.8 cubic feet.

Built on the same platform as the Ford Fiesta, the Mazda2 bundles up a lot of features in a small package. With standard equipment on the 2014 Mazda2 including full power accessories, keyless entry, and a 1.5L four-cylinder engine, this compact hatchback makes a great city vehicle. Its small size allows for easy parking even in tight spaces, and its responsive handling makes it a joy to drive.

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Q: What is the Mazda2?

A: The Mazda2 is a subcompact hatchback car that offers seating for up to five people. It was manufactured for the American market from 2007 through 2014. 

Q: Is the Mazda Demio the same as the Mazda2?

A: Yes, the Mazda2 used to be called the Demio, but the Demio name has been retired by Mazda.

Q: Is the Mazda2 discontinued?

A: The Mazda2 has not been discontinued globally, but it has not been available in the United States since the 2014 model year. The Mazda2 is still offered in both Canada and Mexico—and the 2020 Yaris Hatchback (which is based on the Mazda2) will be offered to the American market.

Q: Does the Mazda2 have satellite navigation?

A: A satellite navigation system does not come standard on any of the Mazda2 trims. However, it was offered as a factory add-on for the 2014 model year.

Q: What kind of fuel does a Mazda2 take?

A: All model years and trims on the Mazda2 take regular gasoline.

Mazda Mazda2 Trim Configurations

Since its third-generation release in 2007, the Mazda2 has been consistently offered in the same two trim configurations. A 1.5L four-cylinder engine that puts out 100 hp and sends power to the front wheels has also been included on the Mazda2 throughout its most recent model years.

The following trim features are based specifically on the 2014 Mazda2.


  • 15-inch steel wheels
  • Keyless entry
  • For-speaker sound system
  • Full power accessories
  • 60/40-split-folding rear seats


  • 15-inch alloy wheels
  • Rear roof spoiler
  • Leather-wrapped steering wheel
  • Six-speaker sound system
  • Chrome exhaust tips

Reviews for Mazda Mazda2

Overall Rating

4.5 out of 5 (31 reviews)

Great car for the money. Great things come in small packages.

More power than my Ford Fiesta that I traded in. Great on turns. Drives nice. Feels roomier on the inside than it looks on the outside. The only con is the trunk is way to small.


  • Braking: Great breaking
  • Interior Space: Very roomy on the inside
  • Ride and Handling: Handles great on curves and turns


  • Cargo Space: Trunk is to small,
  • Seat Comfort: Seats are very comfortable unless you wear shorts on long trips. The fabric starts to hurt your legs.

- Tammy K., 2013 Mazda Mazda2

Fun little car that will zip along.

I was looking for an economical car for my city running around. Easy to park. Space galore .... I can lay the back seats down and my dog rides in the back. I got the Spirited Green color .... LOVE IT! I don't see myself coming down the road.


  • Cost to Maintain: 38mpg ... i only fill up every 2 weeks and it's only an 11 gal tank.
  • Cargo Space: Hatchback ... i can lay the back seats down and my dog rides in the back.
  • Ride and Handling: It's not a luxury car but handles tight with a small turning range.


  • Power: It's a smaller car but with some zip. Give yourself a little more time to merge.
  • Visibility: With the hatchback window gives a little less visibility to back up.

- Deb Garrett, 2013 Mazda Mazda2

Economical but not for me

If you just need a reliable car that gets you from point A to B with good fuel economy, this is the car for you. It doesn't have a lot of the "quality" appearance and features one might want in a car you'll have for a long time, but it's reliable. I've gotten a few complaints that the back seat is uncomfortable and you can feel every bump in the road.


  • Fuel Economy: I can fill up for under $20 and it'll last me a week
  • Ride and Handling: Turns on a dime, picks up well for a basic car
  • Reliability: Never had any issues with it


  • Seat Comfort: The backseat is tiny and the headrests don't do much for my passengers
  • Safety: I always feel like if I were to get in a wreck, it would basically be over for me. As a person who does significant highway driving, it's a bit unnerving. Again, it's a small compact vehicle, so the pros also create some cons.

- M King, 2013 Mazda Mazda2

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