|Year: 2008||Type: Hatchback||Odometer: 79,600km|
|Engine: 1300||Transmission: Automatic||Fuel Type: Petrol|
|Colour: Green Mist||Condition: Fresh Import||Make: Mazda|
Price Excludes On Road Costs
The third-generation Demio was launched in Japan in 2007, departing from the mini-wagon shape of its predecessors for a more conventional hatchback look. In New Zealand, it was sold as the Mazda2.
The Mazda Demio handles well and is spacious. A solid record of reliability is a bonus, and it is cheap to run.
Overall, there is not much to worry a prospective Demio buyer. They have relatively simple mechanical underpinnings. The components feature in many Mazda and Ford cars, making them easy to find and relatively affordable. All Demios use a timing chain, so will not require expensive replacement.
Boot space is acceptable for the class at 280 litres, significantly more than a Suzuki Swift, and enough for two medium suitcases. Fold the seats down, and the boot space increases to an impressive 960 litres. The boots lip is low and easy to load.
Stock code: SN 962