Starting this June 2015, Mazda Philippines is offering a reservation rewards program for anyone who puts down a reservation for an all-new Mazda2 SKYACTIV. So if you’re planning to put one in your driveway, here’s some good news for you.
By placing a minimum reservation fee of P10,000, you get a P10,000 rebate which be deducted from the SRP once the official purchase has been made. Proof of purchase will be vehicle sales invoice and vehicle delivery receipt.
Do keep in mind that this promo reservation is available until August 31, 2015 only from all Mazda dealers nationwide. Units must also be availed until December 31, 2015.
Available in 4- and 5-door versions with prices starting at P795,000, the all-new Mazda2 features the brand’s “KODO – Soul in Motion” design language which is highlighted by the signature wing grille, daytime LED running lights, and a dynamic exterior that sets it apart from the busy subcompact market. As for the interior, it has a driver focused cabin, active heads up display, and a 7-inch touchscreen MZD Connect audio system that’s available in the top-of-the-line Mazda2 sedan SKYACTIV R.
Designed from the ground up in order to deliver a fun driving experience, the Mazda2 is noticeably larger but 7% lighter than its predecessor. It also incorporates the SKYACTIV chassis which Mazda claims to deliver a smooth and lively handling on the road. Engine-wise, it’s powered by a SKYACTIV-G 1.5L 4-cylinder producing 108 hp and 139 Nm of torque, mated to a SKYACTIV-Drive 6-speed AT with Sport Mode across the range.
The Mazda2 also offers exceptional value. Like the rest of Mazda’s fleet, it’s covered by the YOJIN3 Total Care package, which is a hassle-free vehicle after-sales program. This includes 3-year or 60,000 km PMS (parts, oil, and labor) and the 3-year roadside assistance are all packaged together alongside the 3-year or 100,000 km warranty at no extra charge.
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