There are lots of different entry-level cars on our roads.
However, people always want to be assured that they are buying a good brand.
It is not always easy to make the right decision the first time around.
When people ask which entry-level car they should buy, I tell them to go for mainstream brands.
Problem solved, you won't wait six months for your car parts.
It is a good thing that brands such as Mazda are coming in to take part in the B-segment market.
Mazda SA introduced the new Mazda 2, a clever entry-level car, in Cape Town last week.
The new Mazda 2 has the potential to win over a number of hearts in the market.
It has the right styling, enough comfort features and the right badge.
The new Mazda 2 is not the type of car that goes unnoticed on the road.
According to the makers, the design goal with the new Mazda 2 was to express maximum dynamism within a compact body.
One glance at the all-new Mazda 2 is enough to create a lasting impression.
The lines of the body, and the patterns of light on the body create dynamic, multifaceted expressions that are trendy and energetic.
The new Mazda 2 was launched in two engine derivatives and four models.
The models include:
1. 1,3 Active
2. 1,3 Dynamic
3. 1,5 Dynamic
4. 1,5 Individual
The 1,3 Original was not available at launch but will be available for customers at dealerships throughout the country.