Journalists Were Allowed To Test Drive The New Generation Mazda2

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    Journalists were allowed to test drive the new generation Mazda2
      versions of the Mazda2 hatchback next generation. 

    Journalists of the Australian edition of Drive had the opportunity not only to ride a new prototypedeucesbut also to take photos of the interior, which, unlike the exterior, turned out to be free from special protection. The interior architecture is designed in the same style as the interior of the latest generation Mazda3 and Mazda6 models. When you get to know the minimalist cockpit, the dash-mounted color display, the compact climate control unit with three circular washers, the stylish instrument cluster with a center-mounted speedometer and the four-spoke multifunction steering wheel catch your eye. According to Drive employees, it is possible that the interior design is a commercial versiondeucesmay differ slightly from the interior of the pre-production model.

    Journalists were allowed to test drive the new generation Mazda2

    Journalists were allowed to test drive the new generation Mazda2

    The length of the third generation Mazda2 increased by 160 mm (4060 mm), height - by 25 mm (1,500 mm), while the width of the machine remains the same - 1,695 mm. The wheelbase of the sitikar has been extended by engineers from the current 2,490 mm to 2,570 mm. The European version of the Mazda2, equipped with a 1.4-liter 75 hp engine, took part in the tests. with.

    and a six-speed manual transmission. The range of units will include two more gasoline engines with a volume of 1.3 and 1. 4 liters and a 1.5-liter diesel engine developing 105 liters.

    with. and 250 Nm of torque.

    World premieredeucesMazda will take place at the October International Motor Show in Paris.

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