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MAZDA 2 / Demio Series/Models Timeline, Specifications and Pictures

Generations: 4
First production year: 2002
Engines: Mild hybrid, Gasoline, Diesel
Body style: Hatchback
 

2019 - Present

One of Japan's favorite superminis, the fourth generation of the Mazda Demio (also known as the Mazda2) was first released in 2014 and got a new makeover in 2019. It now looks fresher, however, not only the exterior design was updated, but some technical features as well. The hatchback's front and rear bumpers, front grille and headlights were updated to create a premium quality appear...

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mild hybrid engines:

  MAZDA 2 1.5L SKYACTIV-G 6AT (73 HP)

  MAZDA 2 1.5L SKYACTIV-G 6MT (90 HP)

gasoline engines:

  MAZDA 2 1.5L SKYACTIV-G 6AT (90 HP)

2014 - 2019

The fourth generation of the Mazda 2 was unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show in 2014. It was the first Mazda 2 built from scratch after the separation with Ford Motor Company. Mazda shared its components and platforms with Ford for a long period of time, when Ford owned a part of the Japanese car-maker. In November 2008, Ford sold 20% of its shares in Mazda, reducing its stakes at 13.4%. And th...

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diesel engines:

  MAZDA 2 1.5L SKYACTIV-D 6MT (105 HP)

2007 - 2014

Mazda unveiled the 2 at the 2007 Geneva Motor Show, and it was an instant success. Even though it was based on the same platform as the Ford Fiesta, its design attracted more eyes than its blue-oval badged sibling. The Japanese carmaker made one of the best new-edge design vehicles in the small segment, blending curved lines and sharp angles, and named it Zoom-Zoom. Combined with a good relia...

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2002 - 2007

The Mazda 2/Demio was the second generation for the Demio name and it was based on the European Ford Fusion platform. It was the beginning of the cross-over era. While its predecessor, which was launched in 1996, was based on the Mazda's DW platform, the 2002 version was on the DY platform, which was jointly developed with Ford. It was built to accommodate an all-wheel-drive system but t...

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