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Posted 24 July 2023

New Mazda Mazda2 Hatchback 1.5 e-Skyactiv G MHEV Centre-Line 5dr

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The Cheap Mazda Mazda2 Hatchback 1.5 e-Skyactiv G MHEV Centre-Line 5dr sports a number of great features and technical specs.

This includes a fuel economy of MPG combined and g/km CO2 emissions from the 4 cylinder, 1496 CC engine with a 6 speed gear box. This produces 90 BHP with a top speed of 114 MPH and a 0 to 62 time of 9.8 seconds. The car fits into insurance group 18A.

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  1. Joe90_guy's avatar
    This WhatCar vid, which came out
    yesterday, might actually sway you towards this car. The team compared three versions of the Kia Niro; the Mild Hybrid (like this Mazda), the Plug-in Hybrid & the EV. They did a long, fast motorway run & a short, slow run through congested central London. Guess which one was the least costly?

    Joe90_guy's avatar
    So I thought I'd have a stab at extrapolating the WhatCar results in terms of costs.

    I looked at depreciation over ten years (assuming 15% of new value after 10 years), petrol at £1.40 (at my local Jet garage) & domestic leccy at 20p/kWh (the minimum I pay on Octopus Flux).

    So it transpires the Niro PIHV is worst & the cheap MHEV best. The EV has the cheapest fuel costs but this is negated by it's higher depreciation costs. However if you want cheap transport get yourself a small, lightweight, very fuel efficient buzzbox & look after it.

    PS - someone will no doubt say ah but what about VED? I ignored it because sooner or later this will have to equalise, otherwise the government will lose too much revenue. (edited)
  2. gg1pl's avatar
    Really useful to see the MHEV includes a fuel economy of MPG combined
    paulde2007's avatar
    Yeah otherwise you'd see yoive spent more for a car, more to maintain, got a vastly higher fire risk car and for a few measly extra mpg ha.

    Mild hybrids have almost no benefit