Mazda 2 Hatchback

Mazda 2 Hatchback Car News in the Philippines

  • All-new 2024 Mazda2 is rumored to come with a rotary PHEV model and a new 3-cylinder engine

    The current generation Mazda2 has been on sale globally for almost a decade, with a recent done to the model for the Philippine market. The new update gives the solitary hatchback variant a new bumper along with other features that keep it looking fresh and sporty. However, despite these updates, there is no denying that the current generation of the Mazda2 is getting old and is at the prime age for an all-new model to replace it. That said, Mazda Japan has already stated that it will no longer

    Joey DeriquitoJoey Deriquito

    Sep 11, 2023

  • Safer than ever! Facelifted 2023 Mazda2 launched in Thailand

    Although Mazda Philippines is pivoting more towards crossovers, there’s still something deeply appealing about its subcompact Mazda2. From its sharp styling to its class-leading driving dynamics, the little Mazda proves that, even after nine years, a small car doesn’t have to be a life sentence to a dull drive. In Thailand, the Mazda2 has gotten a makeover, with the facelifted model launching on June 21, 2023. Aside from the new looks, it gets upgrades to its safety features to put it on par wit

    VJ BacunganVJ Bacungan

    Jun 21, 2023

  • Cozy Valentine rides: Narrow cars made for holding hands

    We at AutoFun Philippines believe that having a narrow car is conducive to couple closeness. One advantage of having four-wheeled means of transport is that the cockpit (i.e., the front interior area) usually seats two and that the means to enhance intimacy (i.e., the air-conditioning and infotainment controls, plus the glovebox and a number of storage bins or cupholders) are within easy reach of either front occupant. That said, it helps a lot if the lateral distance between the front seats is

    Jude MorteJude Morte

    Feb 13, 2023

  • Mazda Philippines updates its price list for 2023 with ₱20,000 to ₱50,000 increases

    It's still early in 2023, but automakers are slowly adjusting the prices of their vehicles for the new year. While brands such as Toyota and Honda have already released their new pricing, Mazda Philippines is the latest Japanese brand to join in. A quick check of the local website has revealed that the Japanese automaker has adjusted the pricing of specific models, which includes the Mazda 2, MX-5, CX-3, and the top variant of the recently updated CX-5. Mazda’s pricing updates The Mazda2, in its

    Joey DeriquitoJoey Deriquito

    Feb 12, 2023

  • Long live the 2! 2023 Mazda 2 gets a facelift in Japan

    The Mazda 2 is one of the brand’s older models still available in the global market. It's already in its 9th year of production, way past the prime age for a replacement. In car years, it should have been at the end of its succeeding generation by now. The nameplate already received a facelift in 2019 in which the model got a sleeker front and rear design and the inclusion of G-Vectoring Plus (GVC Plus). However, instead of launching a replacement, it appears that Mazda wants this B-segment hatc

    Joey DeriquitoJoey Deriquito

    Jan 27, 2023

  • Trunkless fun: The best hatchbacks for your buck

    Even amid the sport-utility vehicle craze, the hatchback remains a popular choice for buyers across the world. Unlike a traditional four-door sedan, a hatch has three or five doors with the cargo area integrated into the cabin. If you own a small business and use the family car for work on the side, a hatchback is unbelievably practical because passenger space and cargo space can easily be swapped around, without resorting to buying a huge van. My family has a fleet of vehicles that are exclusiv

    Mark PolicarpioMark Policarpio

    Dec 30, 2022

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