The sporty, agile handling makes this subcompact fun to drive and a popular choice with consumers.
With a small turning radius, drivers can easily navigate through congested city streets.
The low weight makes the Mazda2 more fuel efficient and very responsive, especially with its stability control system.
The Mazda2 is one of the most affordable cars in its class.
Mazda makes reliable vehicles that offer a good resale value.
Compared to other subcompacts, the cargo space is limited.
The interior is very basic, with lots of molded plastic and analog features.
Depending on the driver's height, the steering wheel may block the speedometer, but the steering wheel doesn't telescope to offset the problem.
The Mazda2 lacks popular options such as Bluetooth capability, navigation, and iPod integration.
The ride is choppy, and the light weight of the car does not absorb bumps in the road.