The Mazda2 is a subcompact/supermini/B-segment small car manufactured and marketed globally by Mazda since 2002, currently in its third generation. The Mazda2 has also been marketed as the Mazda Demio (a name it kept in the Japanese market until 2019), while its direct predecessor was exported as the Mazda 121.
The Mazda2 is based on the Mazda D-platform and was preceded by two other small cars based on the platform: the Ford Festiva (designed and built by Mazda for Ford and also sold as the Mazda 121) that was introduced in 1986 on the DA platform and the Revue (sold by Mazda’s Autozam marque) introduced in 1990 on the DB platform.
The second-generation Mazda2 earned the 2008 World Car of the Year title, while the third-generation model was awarded the 2014–2015 “Japanese Car of the Year”.
The third-generation model was sold in North America as the Scion iA and Toyota Yaris, Yaris iA and Yaris R.
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