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September 8, 2023

Updated 2024 Mazda2 Arrives In Philippines For P 1.25M (w/ Specs)

The controversially styled 2024 Mazda2 has quietly arrived at local Mazda showrooms nationwide, and can be yours for P 1,250,000.

Thankfully, the Philippine spec hatchback doesn’t get the universally loathed body-colored grille. Instead, the sole Sport model gets the gloss black mesh grille. Together with the new bumper, it creates a be mustached look. An asymmetric placed color accent on the front grille and bumpers (yes, including the back) is supposed to enhance its youthful appearance. The 16-inch alloy wheels also feature a new diamond-cut design. A black carbon fiber wrap on the roof completes the changes.

Inside, the 2024 Mazda2’s sharp black interior also has contrasting red highlights that extend to the seat stitching and air vent surrounds. The seats themselves now have leather and suede upholstery making elevating the sporty feel. Enhancements were made in the form of improved cabin sealing reducing the NVH making it equally adept for short or long drives.

Powering the Mazda2 is the tried-and-tested 1.5-liter Skyactiv-G mated to a 6-speed automatic. This powerplant makes 110 horsepower and 141 Nm of torque—peppy numbers considering this sub-compact hatchback’s overall size and mass. For improved handling, there’s G-Vectoring Control Plus (GVC-Plus) that adds brake-based torque vectoring as well as a retuned rear suspension with urethane top mounts in the shock absorber and retuned rear damper valves. The steering has also been recalibrated.

As for safety, the 2024 Mazda2 comes with a complete suite of i-Activsense including Front and Rear Smart City Brake Support, Forward Obstruction Warning, Lane Departure Warning, Blind-spot Monitoring, and Rear-Cross Traffic Alert.

The 2024 Mazda2 comes in eight shades: Soul Red Crystal, Machine Gray, Polymetal Gray, Deep Crystal Blue, Snowflake White Pearl, Platinum Quartz, Jet Black, and new for 2024, Aero Gray.

2024 Mazda2 Sport Philippine Specifications
  • Overall Length: 4,090 mm
  • Overall Width: 1,695 mm
  • Overall Height: 1,515 mm
  • Wheelbase: 2,570 mm
  • Front Tread: 1,495 mm
  • Rear Tread: 1,485 mm
  • Minimum Turning Radius: 4.7 m
  • Minimum Curb Weight: 1,040 kg
  • Engine: 1.5-liter (1,496 cc) DOHC 16V inline-4
  • Compression Ratio: 12:1
  • Fuel System: Direct Injection
  • Recommended Fuel: 91-95 RON
  • Maximum Output: 110 PS @ 6,000 rpm
  • Maximum Torque: 141 Nm @4,000 rpm
  • Transmission: 6-speed AT with Sport Mode
  • Cruise Control
  • Fuel Tank Capacity: 44 liters
  • Rack & Pinion Electric Power Steering
  • Tilt/Telescopic Adjust
  • Front Brakes: Ventilated Disc
  • Rear Brakes: Solid Disc
  • Parking Brake: Hand-Type
2024 Mazda2 Exterior Features
  • Gloss Black Honeycomb Grille
  • Black Carbon Fiber Design Roof
  • 16-inch Diamond Cut Wheels w/ 185/60R16 Tires
  • LED Headlights w/ Auto Leveling, On/Off
  • LED Daytime Running Lights
  • Rain-Sensing Front Wipers / Intermittent Rear Wiper
  • Power Adjust w/ Power Fold Side View Mirrors in Gloss Black
  • Gloss Black Shark Fin Antenna
2024 Mazda2 Interior Features
  • Black Leather/Suede Seats with Red Accents
  • 6-way Manual Adjust Driver’s Seat
  • 4-way Manual Adjust Front Passenger Seat
  • Black Suede w/ Red Stitching Interior Trim
  • Leather-Wrapped Steering Wheel & Shift Knob
  • Mazda Connect w/ 7-inch LCD Screen
  • Dual USB Type A Input, Wireless Apple CarPlay
  • 6 Speakers
  • Wireless Charger
  • Automatic Climate Control
  • Auto-Dimming Rear View Mirror
2024 Mazda2 Safety Features
  • 6 SRS Airbags
  • ABS with EBD
  • DSC
  • Reverse Camera w/ Rear Parking Sensors
  • Hill Start Assist
  • Front & Rear Smart City Brake Support
  • Front Obstruction Warning
  • Lane Departure Warning
  • Blind Spot Monitoring
  • Rear Cross Traffic Alert


  1. Price of it is just fine as its a fully loaded and very safe vehicle

    1. No its not. Its overpriced as hell. Worse, its not made in Japan like the other mazda models. Just a few more, you can already get the mazda 3.

    2. Good luck buying a Mazda 3 on the same day as you'll wait months for it and that one lacked ADAS.😂
      Volume seller of Mazda Philippines right now is the BT-50 which is a made in Thailand rebadged D-Max pickup truck.
      Price of the fully loaded Mazda 2 is just fine.

    3. Who the hell needs ADAS in the Philippines? Seriously

    4. 1.5m for a Mazda3? No thx. 1.2m for a Mazda2? Damn. 10 year old KODO style. Every mazda from 2014 to 2024 looks the same lol.

  2. Nearly ₱1.3M for a nearly decade-old subcompact?! Outrageous.

  3. It's good to see Mazda bring back the 2 locally. But the price though is on the high side.

  4. Time for all new model. This is just very very outdated eco car mazda 2 but with that price? Come on...

    1. Toyota is selling a decade old Vios at 1.1 Million Pesos without ADAS

  5. Kung hatchback lang naman, at that price you are way better off with the Honda City hatchback TOTL. Masmura pa.

    1. City Hatchback RS is set to get an update with ADAS next year
      Expect the price of it to be at around 1.2 Million Pesos.

    2. Still a better buy.

  6. Well I wish I had the money to buy one. Till then the bus driver will be my chauffeur :)

  7. My Mazda 2 can compete with hybid cars for fuel efficiency. my 2016 mazda 2 1.5l engine has 20km per liter consumption in highway /15 km/liter in everyday driving!

    1. mine is a 2019 mazda 2 consumes 24 on hiway. 20 if fully occupied.

  8. mazda 2 won the 2008 world car of the year beating ford mondeo and merces benz c-class.! its not an ordinary car compare to toyota honda, suzuki and other japanese cars

  9. Yeah, yeah, we get it. You're proud of your Mazda2. No need to flood the comments.

  10. A good econobox 10 years ago. Not anymore now lol why does this still exist in 2023

    1. Mazda 2 still drives better than the City Hatchback and ancient Vios based Yaris Hatchback

  11. These folks obviously have never driven a Mazda. Everything just comes together in perfect harmony once you drive it.

    1. Driven one of those more affordable turbocharged chinese crossovers. Quick, yes but the jinba ittai feeling of a Mazda is just not there.

    2. Reliability aside, the Ford Fiesta and Ford Focus drives better than Mazda vehicles.

    3. Between my Mazda CX-5 AWD and Ford Territory Titanium X, I actually prefer driving the Ford. I only use the Mazda for coding these days. Before getting the Ford, the Mazda was my daily driver.

    4. Ganyan talaga pag bago paborito. But any way both are nice cars specially the tory sunroof.👍👍👍

  12. Too expensive and not even a hybrid


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