The Mazda2 sedan will return for the first time since 2010.
The Mazda2 sedan will return for the first time since 2010.

Mazda2 sedan confirmed to arrive in 2015

THE Mazda2 sedan will arrive in Australia later this year. 

It will be the first time we've had a sedan version of the '2 since 2010. Prices have not been revealed. 

Like its hatchback sibling, Mazda2 sedan will be available with two transmission types, the six-speed automatic and six-speed manual, and with two 1.5-litre petrol engine choices.

The standard SKYACTIV-G petrol engine delivers 79kW of power and 139Nm of torque, while the more powerful high-spec alternative puts out 81kW of power at 6000rpm and maximum torque of 141Nm at 4000rpm.

It offers fuel economy figures from as little as 4.9 litres/100km and Smart City Brake Support will be available as an option across the range.

"When we first saw the design for the Mazda2 sedan we decided it was a must-have car. Often B-segment sedans can lack style and design flow, but we believe the Mazda2 sedan is the best looking of its type in its segment. Having a stylish sedan on sale alongside a sporty hatch provides even more choice to light car buyers," Mazda Australia's managing director Martin Benders said.



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