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The price list for the 2015 Mazda 2 SkyActiv has surfaced on Facebook ahead of the B-segmenter’s launch later this month. An OTR without insurance figure of RM85,470 is stated, for both the sedan and hatchback.

Some equipment is also mentioned, including 16-inch alloys, leather seats, keyless entry and start, a seven-inch MZD Connect touch-screen with Commander Control knob and reverse camera, shift paddles, auto climate control, i-stop start/stop system, DRLs and get this – a head-up display, which even our Mazda 3 doesn’t have. Navigation is listed as a RM1,200 option.

The only safety kit listed here is traction control, although if our ad is to be believed, the Malaysian-spec Mazda 2 will come with two airbags and stability control. No mention has been made anywhere of the i-Activsense safety suite.

The ad also indicates Soul Red, Meteor Grey, Aluminium and White body colours, as well as a three-year/100,000 km warranty and three years’/60,000 km of free service.

In the new Mazda 2, a 1.5 litre SkyActiv-G petrol four-cylinder engine with direct injection and a 14.0:1 compression ratio sends 115 hp and 148 Nm of torque to the front wheels through a six-speed SkyActiv-Drive auto.

We’ve driven the 2015 Mazda 2 – read our impressions here. You can also check out our coverage of the Indonesian-market version, as well as the sedan’s world premiere at the 2014 Thai Motor Expo.

Mazda 2 Hatch at the 2014 Indonesia International Motor Show

Mazda 2 Sedan world debut at the 2014 Thai Motor Expo