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Posted 5 July 2023

New Mazda2 Hatchback 1.5 e-Skyactiv G SE-L 5dr - £16316 @ Nationwide Cars

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Mazda Mazda2 Hatchback 1.5 e-Skyactiv G SE-L 5dr sports a number of great features and technical specs.

The 1.5 Skyactiv G 75 SE-L 5dr is part of the Mazda 2 range of supermini style petrol cars. With manual transmission and around 95 (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. guest5234's avatar
    Mazda are brilliant motors, better than most
    Clark_W_Griswold's avatar
    Got a Mazda and really happy with it.
  2. 54M13's avatar
    The new Mazda2 is almost identical to a new Yaris. This is the outgoing model, hence the discount
    Filthypig's avatar
    That’s the hybrid Mazda 2. This style (with an ICE) has just been face lifted and isn’t going anywhere soon. 
  3. elitegame124's avatar
    very bad engine.

    very bad engine. (edited)
    rrr99gp's avatar
    very bad comment.

    very bad comment.
  4. MadSkilzYo's avatar
    Just seen a 23 plate Mazda 2 at the gym car park. It’s a re badged Toyota Yaris
    nadnerb's avatar
    Yeah the hybrid one is a rebadged Yaris, the non-hybrid is a completely different car, i.e this one
  5. TeamMCS's avatar
    Just remember chaps, see if you can get it registered AFTER the new plates come in. It'll help retain second hand value.
  6. c0nsumer's avatar
    16k for 75 horses could barely pull me out of bed
    nocturnal74's avatar
    Was that you on My 600lb Life last night?
  7. BigAde's avatar
    Decent price for a new fiesta-sized car these days. Still a lot of cash, but given the stupid prices new (and used) cars are these days it seems relatively good value.
  8. BlackHawk's avatar
    I'm really hoping used car prices correct themselves in the short term, 10 year old cars are being offered at crazy prices.
    jynxy2's avatar
    It's just going to take time for some people to adjust to the EV mindset
  9. Lower_for_Longer's avatar
    Is this engine a failure?
    deleted2879431's avatar
    Anonymous User
    Depends if you get a working one
  10. rrr99gp's avatar
    A lot of car for the money. Great looking cars too, especially the Mazda 3. It's a crime that they dont have MPS variants anymore.
    theshabster's avatar
    I had the last Mazda 3 MPS that they made. What a cracking car that was, and excellent value for money too with all of the kit it came with as standard.
  11. saikai94's avatar
    This generation of Mazdas have one of the nicest transmissions I've ever driven. There was a recall on these engines so I'm assuming these are the fixed ones. (edited)
    ELVIS_THE_PELVIS's avatar
    Do you know what assuming does 
  12. ebble's avatar
    Solid paint? What does that mean? Do they sell cars with liquid or gaseosu paint these days?
    Cremoso99's avatar

    Can't see a brown cloth trim on the Mazda website though, only black trim. (edited)
  13. gingerwarrior13's avatar
    Loved my two Mazda 2s and my one Mazda 3. Great cars. Think the new ones look even better
  14. Filthypig's avatar
    Good price for cracking little cars. Wife has had 5 Mazda 2’s and they’ve been pretty faultless across the last 15 years or so. 
    Now rolling round in a CX5 GT Sport but wouldn’t hesitate getting a Mazda 2 if we needed to downsize. 
  15. thesinstar's avatar
    I’d like to know how car prices are able to stay so high. Surely in the cost of living crisis we are in it can’t just be me that can’t even fathom the thought of a new car.
    jalaldevil's avatar
    Prices won’t go down again, this will be the new normal. It’s always been like this throughout history.
  16. John_Mason's avatar
    Not an EV so cold

    Used EVs are great value at the moment, this one for example: autotrader.co.uk/car…asc (edited)
    Early1800's avatar
    EVs becoming mainstream inc mainstream depriciation, nearly 50% in 2 years.
  17. ivan_glojene's avatar
    Is this 75 or 90 horses ?
    Stormbringer2012's avatar
    If you click on the link it says 90.
  18. GeneticW's avatar
    Having done a few miles in one of these, I would say avoid. Gutless and horrid with the slingshot auto gearbox. Also the infotainment screens crack in the summer heat
  19. Hugo321's avatar
    I've got a 2017 model in 115 bhp flavour with 6 speed gearbox, so far so good.
    I did 16000 miles a year for 2 1/2 years pre covid with no problems, probably do only 2000 miles a year since, as I say so far so good.
  20. sr_387's avatar
    dont know why they dropped the mazda 6 anything above this is electric suv range
  21. dealhunter1571's avatar
    You can buy a Hyundai i20 for 16,900 which is a far more modern car (from 2020) compared to this outdated car (from 2015)
    Doomaga's avatar
    Where's the i20 for 16,900? its 19,250 on this website. Please link.
  22. jjne's avatar
    Hmmm. So why is it Mazda offer a six year warranty across almost the entire continent of Europe but not in old Blighty? That would have made this a no brainer.
  23. GoWokeGoBroke's avatar
    Fantastic deal at this price in the ridiculousness of car prices these days.
    What kind of money would these be in 2019 new? And what are second hand values doing?
  24. bargainhunter1's avatar
    Well used EV prices dropping like a stone at the moment.ao surely ice cars will follow suit... guess I am hoping 😁
  25. JasonWells's avatar
    Did all the lease deals get removed and not allowed or something? Used to be some great deals but haven't seen any for ages and cannot find any on search?
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