The 2013 Mazda2 vs 2013 Ford Fiesta
The subcompact segment is ultra-competitive, which is why the challenge is a tough one between the 2013 Mazda2 vs 2013 Ford Fiesta. Both vehicles are close in price, efficiency, and power, but it’s the 2013 Mazda2’s racing heritage and athleticism that makes it race to the top of our charts. The vehicle’s 1.5L DOHC engine is modest, yet mighty with its ability to maintain an EPA-estimated fuel-economy of 35 mpg hwy while delivering up to 100 horsepower and 98 lb-ft of torque. The vehicle’s aerodynamic exterior design allows it to glide through wind resistance without breaking a sweat, and its surprising amount of cargo space makes for a more comfortable ride while traveling long distances.
Details like sculpted lines, sleek taillights, and an available rear roof spoiler allow air to sweep across the vehicle to reduce drag and increase efficiency. Features like the easily-accessible fifth door opens up to reveal up to 27.8 cu-ft of additional cargo space, and the available removable bike carrier or roof rack can be added to make your off-the-grid adventures more functional and convenient.