A subcompact car offering the sense of style and enjoyable driving dynamics for which Mazda is known, the Mazda 2 hatchback came to the U.S. market for the 2011 model year. It lasted just four years. Based on the Japan-market Demio, the Mazda 2 was a response to high gas prices and a deep U.S. recession. At the time, people wanted inexpensive and fuel-efficient cars. As U.S. economic conditions improved and gas prices fell, however, consumers stopped buying small cars like this one. In 2016, the Mazda 2 sedan returned to America re-badged as the Scion iA. A year later, it was folded into the Toyota Yaris lineup.
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