When Mazda launched its 2011 Mazda2 subcompact hatchback at last year's Los Angeles Auto Show, many journalists noted that the doors were locked--and the windows were tinted so no one could see inside. Why? Because Mazda hadn't finished work on the interior. Well, now it's February, and they're done. Today Mazda released photos of the interior of the 2011 Mazda2. And as our colleague Nelson Ireson points out, it's just not as snazzy as the 2011 Ford Fiesta, built on the same platform, that wowed crowds at the same LA show. Straightforward and open Still, the Mazda2 has a straightforward and...
Will the 2011 Mazda2 Spawn a MazdaSpeed2 Hot Hatchback?
Sometimes the most interesting cars at auto shows are the ones the manufacturers don't talk about. As expected, Mazda unveiled its new 2011 Mazda2 subcompact at the Los Angeles Auto Show yesterday. The company also showed a couple of concept versions, including one called "Mazda 2Evil" that we...John Voelcker