Harry Leahey

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The 2023 Mazda 2 has been given a fresh new look with a revised exterior design and interior cabin trim. 

It comes in four newly named trim grades: Centre-Line, Homura, Exclusive-Line and Homura Aka. 

The new design features two new colours making their debut, Aero Grey and AirStream Blue, and a new grille that gives the car a sportier look. 

The Centre-Line and Exclusive-Line models have a fun and casual appearance with a large coloured panel on the grille and a mint-coloured decorative dash panel.

Meanwhile, the Homura and Homura Aka models have been designed to be sportier with black honeycomb grilles and red accents.

The 2023 Mazda 2 continues to offer the 1.5-litre petrol engine with 74bhp, 89bhp and 113bhp outputs. It also comes with a number of standard features, including navigation, wireless Apple CarPlay, cruise control, integrated Bluetooth and climate control. 

The range starts with the 74 bhp Centre-Line, and all models except for the Centre-Line come with Mazda's M Hybrid mild-hybrid system and the e-Skyactiv G badge. 

The engine updates from 2022 have been carried over, delivering efficiency improvements and a drop in CO2 emissions.

Starting from £17,750, the 2023 Mazda 2 range goes on sale from late spring.

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Harry Leahey 08/02/23