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BASE INVOICE
$14,525
BASE MSRP
$14,720
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The 2013 Mazda Mazda2 is simple and inexpensive, and it really delivers on the basics; but keep in mind that factory options and tech features are slim.
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Expert Quotes:

No, you can't get navigation, ambient lighting, satellite radio or many of the features becoming more important to shoppers,
Autoblog

one of the most intuitive and engaging interior layouts we've seen to date
MSN Autos

What's sort of refreshing about this class of cars is that there aren't a lot of features and interior gadgets that forever require adjustment.
Edmunds

the steering wheel only able to be tilted and not telescoped
AutoWeek


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.

Conclusion

The 2013 Mazda Mazda2 is simple and inexpensive, and it really delivers on the basics; but keep in mind that factory options and tech features are slim.

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