Mazda M2 V+ 1.5L AT SEDAN



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Mazda V+ 1.5L AT SEDAN

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Mazda M2 Amortization Estimates


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SRP: Php 895,000
DP %
Down
Payment

36 months

48 months

60 months
20%Php 179,000Php 26,204Php 21,010Php 18,203
30%Php 268,500Php 22,928Php 18,384Php 15,928
40%Php 358,000Php 19,653Php 15,758Php 13,652
50%Php 447,500Php 16,377Php 13,131Php 11,377

Mazda M2 Features


The new generation of Mazda's subcompact was launched last year in other markets (as the Demio in Japan), intended to be the smallest and entry point into the new and revitalized Mazda brand and the SkyActiv banner. Much is expected of this entry level Mazda given the stellar performances and reviews of its bigger brothers, especially since this is geared towards younger customers that Mazda is eager to introduce to their brand of drive. They have to make a stellar first impression.

Style-wise, it's easy to see how this little hatch can; the Mazda2 is the spitting image of it's brethren thanks to a generous serving of Kodo design. It just looks good from any angle and looks poised to move with those curves and lines. This is the 5-door hatchback version of the 2 so there is no trunk to speak of, especially since it measures in at 4060mm long, 1695mm wide and 1495mm tall with a wheelbase of 2570mm. Mazda Philippines does not offer the top spec 1.5R in hatchback form, so this is the mid grade 1.5V variant for now, hence the smaller 15 inch wheels.


Inside the Mazda2 is a revelation when it comes to interior design. The dashboard is clean, purposeful, functional and, most importantly, feels more premium than what this class of car should be. From the driver's seat you can really feel that this is a great little hatchback with the visibility, the feel of the materials and the way everything just fits so well around you. The steering wheel is great to the touch, along with the automatic shifter with a sport mode that has the more intuitive pull to shift up and push to shift down

Being a mid grade version means this Mazda2 does not have the excellent human machine interface as seen in the Mazda3 and 6, but the dash-top audio unit does well to consolidate the audio functions; it's a bit out of reach for the driver, but there are buttons on the wheel to adjust volume and select tracks on the fly. USB input, an Aux port and Bluetooth are all standard equipment. One thing I would change would be the brightness of the digital gauges flanking the large speedometer; the daylight glare can really make them hard to see.
In terms of space, the Mazda2 loses out against the well maximized 2017 Honda Jazz, but so does every other subcompact hatch in the market today. Like most hatchbacks, the rear seats do fold down to accommodate larger cargo and boxes, though bikes might be a bit challenging to get in there. I do wish they put in a bit more attention to rear legroom as the Mazda2 can get a bit tight for adult occupants.

Mazda certainly has a winner. It's hard not to get carried away with a car like this, and it comes as no surprise that the Mazda2 has already racked up accolades around the world, the most important of which is the title of Car of the Year Japan for 2014 to 2017.
The 2017 Mazda2 delivers on the promise of a lively small hatchback. At PhP 855,000 for this 1.5V hatchback, a three year or 100,000 kilometer warranty and three years or 60,000 kilometers of free servicing under Yojin3, expect to see many of these Mazda2's running around. And they even have one more variant coming soon with the 1.5R hatchback


Mazda M2 Financing Details


FINANCING REQUIREMENTS
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LOCALLY EMPLOYED
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2 valid ID's (Gov't issued)
Certificate of Employment
Latest ITR 2316
Bank statement (If Required)


OFW/SEAMAN
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2 valid ID's (Gov't issued)
Latest Contract / COE
Proof of Remittance
Bank statement (If Required)


BUSINESS OWNER
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2 valid ID's (Gov't issued)
DTI / Business Permit
ITR 1701 w/ AFS
Bank statement (If Required)


CORPORATE ACCOUNTS
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2 valid ID's of Signatories
DTI / BUSINESS PERMIT
Articles of incorporation
Secretary Certificate