The 2013 Mazda2 is offered in a very simple lineup, with just two models, a handful of color combinations, and only a few extras--most of them dealer-installed.
The Mazda2 Sport is the base model and it includes standard remote keyless entry; power locks, windows, and mirrors; air conditioning; a rear-window washer/wiper unit; a tilt-adjustable steering wheel; a folding rear seat with a 60/40 split seat back; and a single-CD audio system with MP3 input and four speakers. All models for 2013 now include a USB input and auxiliary audio input. In general this is an appealing package for keep-it-basic commuters, although the plastic wheel covers on steel wheels feel a little bargain-basement.
Moving up modestly to the Touring model gets you 15-inch alloy wheels, a six-speaker sound system, a trip computer, and many more appearance and trim upgrades. A roof spoiler, front fog lights, a leather-wrapped steering wheel with built-in audio controls, nicer cloth upholstery with red piping, and even a chrome exhaust tip are among them.
There's still no factory Bluetooth or navigation option; you'll have to see your dealership for factory-approved upgrades in either of those cases.