Mazda has unveiled its facelifted 2 supermini at the Paris motor show.
The front styling has been given Mazda’s new ‘family face’, including a new front grille and fog light surrounds, while the interior has also been upgraded.
All engines in the Mazda 2 line-up have been made Euro 5 compliant and a new automatic version has been introduced into the range.
Changes have also been made to the 2’s chassis to boost ride comfort.
Also on Mazda’s Paris show stand is its new 5 MPV, complete with its new 113bhp 1.6-litre diesel engine. This unit is 15 per cent more frugal than Mazda’s previous 2.0-litre diesel engine and is mated to a new lightweight six-speed manual gearbox.
The MZ-CD 1.6 diesel engine has been upgraded in the Mazda 3 to offer 6bhp more power and 12 per cent more torque, while also improving fuel consumption and lowering CO2 emissions.