Mazda2 vs. Mazda3 in comparison: One size larger fits better
Mazda Mazda3 e-Skyactiv-G 2.0 Selection
RRP from EUR 27,690, savings of up to EUR 4,289
Mazda Mazda2 e-Skyactiv-G 115 Sports Line
RRP from EUR 23,390, savings of up to EUR 3,134
The smaller engine is livelier
And lightweight construction remains trumps: With its 115 hp from 1.5 liter displacement, the little one looks wide awake, accelerates to 100 km/h in 9.1 seconds. And dances so carefree and jagged through town and country that the driver often smiles at the lips flits. Consumption is moderate at 5.9 liters, and a mild hybrid has recently helped.
There is more to the Mazda3 chassis
We can only complain about the long gear ratio, which subjectively paralyzes the threesome. Too bad, the agile chassis and the feedback-friendly steering would even do with significantly more power. Consumption of seven liters is clear, and a small electric motor also helps here to save.
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In the end, the small comes too close to the big in terms of price to knock him off the throne. The 115 hp engine in the two is only available as an expensive Sports Line (from 23,390 euros). For 25,890 euros in the base, the three simply offers more car for the money.