2022 Mazda2 Introducing

Mazda2 2021 has just been introduced in Thailand with the addition of technology and equipment, but the price remains the same compared to the old model.

Mazda2 2021 has 8 exterior color options including Soul Red Crystal, Machine Gray, Polymetal Gray, Snowflake White Pearl, Titanium Flash Brown, Jet Black, Ceramic Metallic and Sonic Silver. The price of the car in Thailand is from 546,000-799,000 Baht.

Mazda2 sedan and hatchback 2021 have 2 engine options. The first is a petrol engine Skyactiv-G 4 cylinder capacity of 1.3 liters. This engine produces a maximum capacity of 93 hp, maximum torque of 123 Nm. Gasoline consumption in mixed roads is 4.3 liters / 100 km.

The second is a 1.6-liter Skyactiv-D 4-cylinder diesel engine that produces 105 hp and 250 Nm of torque. Fuel consumption on the combined road is 3.8 liters / 100 km / h. Both use a 6-speed automatic transmission, meeting Euro5 emissions standards.

The exterior design of the Mazda2 2021 has not changed from the old model. However, the interior of this class B car has added new features. Specifically, the car has a sports gear shift behind the wheel, Active Driving Display, Center Commander central control system.

The entertainment system on the Mazda2 2021 includes a 7-inch touch screen, supports Mazda Connect connectivity, built-in Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. All versions of the new Mazda2 are equipped with a reverse camera.

In terms of safety features, the Mazda2 2021 is equipped with the i-Activsense package with features such as blind spot warning when changing lanes (ABSM), emergency braking system when reversing, rear cross vehicle warning. Along with that is the anti-lock braking system (ABS), electronic brake force distribution (EBD), emergency brake assist (EBA), anti-slip system (TCS), vehicle stability control ( DSC), automatic brake lights (ESS), 360 camera and front seat airbags.

Not only that, the Mazda2 2021 also has a GVC Plus torque distribution system, the i-STOP temporary engine shutoff system and the i-ELOOP system to help recharge the power source when braking.

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