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Imagine knowing what other people actually paid for their brand new Mazda 2? Simply choose one of the models below and we’ll show you prices from Mazda dealers local to you. For example, we have 49 Mazda 2 quotes and a discount of $1,680 or 5.47% off the purchase price. Also prices in NSW appear to be 8.03% cheaper than in QLD.

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Mazda 2 G15 PURE Price Australia

2022 Mazda 2 G15 PURE

  • 5 Seat 5 Door Hatch | 5 Seat 4 Door Sedan
  • Front Wheel Drive (FWD)
  • 6 Speed Automatic | 6 Speed Manual
  • 4 cylinder 1.5L Petrol
Mazda 2 G15 GT Price Australia

2022 Mazda 2 G15 GT

  • 5 Seat 5 Door Hatch | 5 Seat 4 Door Sedan
  • Front Wheel Drive (FWD)
  • 6 Speed Automatic
  • 4 cylinder 1.5L Petrol
Mazda 2 G15 EVOLVE Price Australia

2022 Mazda 2 G15 EVOLVE

  • 5 Seat 5 Door Hatch
  • Front Wheel Drive (FWD)
  • 6 Speed Automatic
  • 4 cylinder 1.5L Petrol
Mazda 2 G15 PURE SP Price Australia

2022 Mazda 2 G15 PURE SP

  • 5 Seat 5 Door Hatch
  • Front Wheel Drive (FWD)
  • 6 Speed Automatic
  • 4 cylinder 1.5L Petrol

Mazda 2 Specifications

  • Mazda 2 Details

    Price Ranges from $ 20,990.00 to $26,290.00
    Body Style Hatch / Sedan
    Release Date From August 2019 to October 2021
    Drive Type FWD
    VIN Plate Location Driver Side Front Floor
    Compliance Plate Location Lower Pass Side Centre Pillar
    Country of Origin JAPAN
    Safety ANCAP Rating 5
    Number of Doors 4 to 5
    Seating Capacity 5
  • Mazda 2 Features

    • Colors
      Available in
      •   Polymetal Grey
      •   Soul Red Crystal
      •   Machine Grey
      •   Sonic Silver
      •   Eternal Blue
      •   Deep Crystal Blue
      •   Jet Black
      •   Snowflake White
  • Mazda 2 Engine Specifications

    Size 1496 (1.5L)
    Power 82kW @ 6000rpm
    Torque 144Nm @ 4000rpm
    Cylinders 4
    Number of Valves 16
    Compression Ratio 13.00
    Bore/stroke 74.50x85.80
  • Mazda 2 Drivetrain and Wheels

    Transmission Automatic / Manual
    Drive Type FWD
    Turning Circle From 9.40 to 9.80
    Brake (Front) Type DISC - VENTILATED
    Brake (Rear) Type DRUM
    Front Tyre & Wheel Size 185/65 R15 88T - 5.5Jx15 | 185/60 R16 86H - 5.5Jx16
    Rear Tyre & Wheel Size 185/65 R15 88T - 5.5Jx15 | 185/60 R16 86H - 5.5Jx16
    Front Suspension Type MacPherson Strut / D
    Rear Suspension Type Torsion Beam / D
  • Mazda 2 Fuel Specifications

    Fuel Type Petrol
    Fuel Tank Capacity 44.0L
    Fuel Consumption Combined (Average) From 2.5L/100km to 2.6L/100km
    Fuel Consumption City (Average) From 4.9L/100km to 5.2L/100km
    Fuel Consumption Highway (Average) -
    Emission Standard -
  • Mazda 2 Dimensions

    Length From 4,065mm to 4,340mm
    Width 44mm
    Height From 1,470mm to 1,495mm
    Wheelbase 2,570mm
    Front Track 1,495mm
    Rear Track 1,485mm
    Ground Clearance From 150mm to 152mm
    Gross Vehicle Mass -
    Gross Combination Mass -
  • Mazda 2 Towing Capacity

    Braked Towing Capacity From 0kg to 900kg
    Unbraked Towing Capacity From 0kg to 900kg

Mazda 2
Wait Times / Availability

64 days

Wait time decreasing

The current estimated delivery time as of May 2022 on a new Mazda 2 is currently at 64 days which is down 11 days or 15% from last month

Mazda 2 FAQs

PMC Says...

8.7 / 10
Mazda 2
The Mazda 2 is one of Australia’s most popular city cars, particularly among younger buyers looking for an entry point to the Japanese brand’s range. Launched in 2002, the Mazda 2 has continually improved since – in performance, value and standard features – becoming the favourite small hatch for the private buyer, thanks to its sharp-looking design, clever technology and quality interior setting. The 2019 Mazda 2 competes in the busy light car segment against the likes of the Volkswagen Polo, Toyota Yaris and Honda Jazz, but the Mazda 2 has always been towards the front of the class and nothing changes for this year and beyond. Available as both a sedan and hatch, the Mazda 2’s large range offers buyers choices from the solid-value Neo runabout up to the more luxurious Maxx, Genki and GT models. All options are well equipped by small-car standards, especially in safety terms and Mazda’s version of auto braking is standard throughout the range. An impressive small car that feels larger than it really is, anyone looking for a modestly-priced car with loads of street presence and style to burn should have the Mazda 2 high on their short list.

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7.2 / 10

Let’s be clear from the outset about the one thing the 2020 Mazda GT hatch is not, and that is a Grand Tourer. What it is, is a city car, and now a rather expensive one. Mazda’s range of its popular city car has received a facelift and a boost in equipment. It’s also received a price hike across the range, a substantial one at that. Where previously the Mazd...

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7.7 / 10

The Mazda2 G15 Pure is a well-equipped five-door city hatch. The Pure is at the entry level of the Mazda2’s three model grades – covering the G15 Pure, G15 Evolve and G15 GT – and the only specification that supports a manual transmission. Automatic is optional, while all other 2020 Mazda2 variants are auto-only. The Mazda2’s main rivals have historically sp...

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7.1 / 10

The Mazda2 has been, to my thinking, the best light car in its class. That doesn't mean it's the cheapest - it isn't - but its mix of styling, engineering and safety mean you know where your money has gone. The plucky 2 continues to duke it out with the all-conquering Toyota Yaris, the VW Polo and all manner of Euro and Asian competition. Things sure have ch...

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Forget cheap and cheerful, small cars are moving upmarket. Mazda has taken the entry-level Mazda 2 and given it a fancier makeover for 2020.  There’s more standard equipment, new trim options, and a more mature face on the outside. Prices have risen across the board though, and the engine has been given an incredibly mild update.  Does the mid-life refresh m...

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Lyle G. in The Gap, QLD

5 / 10

I've found the Mazda 2 to be everything I want in a small car. Its performance is great. I did buy the top of the range with the front and rear cameras. The front camera can be a bit annoying as it beeps when still a fair distance from the object passing, even when parking beside long grass.

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Peter A. P. in Lake Wendouree, VIC

5 / 10

Excellent. It has lived up to our expectations. It is nice to drive and all the bells and whistles make driving a real pleasure. We have had no problems at all. It is economical to run and comfortable to travel in. Ballarat Mazda have been great to deal with, and nothing has been a problem to them. Thank you for your support! Peter

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Peter D. in Wallsend, NSW

5 / 10

I’m finding the Mazda 2 absolutely brilliant, even better than expected. Really competitively priced, with extras that come with more expensive class vehicles. And so grateful to David and the team at Price My Car for finding me this bargain.

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