2011 Mazda2 Starts at $13,980

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Mazda unveiled pricing today for its new Mazda2 subcompact hatchback that goes on sale in July. Starting at $13,980, buyers will get into a Sport trim level with a five-speed manual and entry-level standard features such as 15-inch steel wheels with plastic covers, a four-speaker CD stereo, power windows, air conditioning, tilt steering wheel and stability control. A four-speed automatic transmission brings the starting price up to $14,780.

Move up to the Touring trim, and the price rises to $15,435 for the manual and $16,235 for the automatic. Added standard equipment includes 15-inch alloy wheels, cruise control, upgraded cloth seats, fog lights, leather-wrapped steering wheel with audio controls, six-speaker CD stereo and a rear spoiler.

Destination charges are an additional $750.

All Mazda2s come with a standard auxiliary audio jack, but no iPod or USB connectivity is offered, even as an accessory.

The Mazda2 will be offered in six colors: black, silver, green, red, blue (available in August) and a special white that will add an extra $200 to your MSRP.

For more on the Mazda2’s fuel economy and engine, check out our post here.

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