Mazda expands the current Mazda2 line-up with a new body version: the four-door variant. The new Mazda2 Sedan is mirroring the design of its bigger brother, the Mazda3, but in with smaller dimensions.
The new Mazda2 Sedan is ready to make a public debut during Thailand International Motor Expo, adopting the full range of SKYACTIV technologies and the KODO-Soul of Motion design theme.

Currently, Mazda2 is one of the most popular models in Japan. It is the best-selling passenger model in Thailand with approximately 120,000 units sold since the model went on sale in the country in January 2010.
With engine displacements of 1.3 liters or less for gasoline, and 1.5 liters or less for diesel, the new Mazda 2 Sedan is ready to offer a 4.3 liters/100 km (54 mpg) average consumption and only 3.4 liters for the diesel.


The unit is already available on the Mazda2. Mazda2 sedan will go on sale in Thailand in spring 2015, with chances to see the car even in Europe and Australia.