Mazda 2 2013 Problems
No car is perfect, but we've gathered everything relating to the Mazda 2 2013 reliability here to help you decide if it's a smart buy.
Can I skip my car's servicing?
Skipping oil changes is the worst possible thing to do, the oil will get thick and sludgy and the risk is that it will block the galleries in the engine, and in the worst case it could cause the engine to fail.
Used Mazda 2 review: 2002-2016
Ewan Kennedy road tests and reviews the 2002, 2005, 2007 and 2016 Mazda 2 as a used buy. While the Mazda 3 and CX-3 have been grabbing all the headlines in the sales race, the smallest model of all, ...Read More
Tips for a first car-buyer
You've chosen a good brand in Mazda, and good models in the 2 and 3. Both are good cars and give little trouble, so you can't go far wrong with either one. There are other brands as well, but I would recommend that you stick with Japanese brands and not be tempted by European cars, which can be expensive to service and repair. Look for a car in good condition and well presented both inside and out, a car that drives smoothly, and doesn't have any odd noises or vibrations. Don't take any notice of the salesmen trying to sell you a car; they're just trying to relieve you of your money and some will tell you anything to make that happen. If you can't take a trusted friend along to help you assess a car, consider getting the NRMA to check it for you.
Used Mazda 2 review: 2007-2013
Mazda has been the standout performer over the last decade or so when its cars have gone from "who cares" to "must haves" in a very short period of time. New It began with the ground breaking 3, ...Read More
Used Mazda 2 review: 2002-2013
Ewan Kennedy road tests and reviews the used 2002-2013 Mazda2.Read More