The world’s best-selling two-seater sports car now has three new versions for potential fans to choose from. There’s also a new version of the Mazda2.
Called the Venture Edition, they come with a range of upgrades and new kit including TomTom navigation, integrated Bluetooth and climate control air-conditioning as standard.
The Mazda2 Venture Edition is a five-door hatchback with a 1.3-litre engine and gains new alloy wheels, rear parking sensors, dusk-sensing lights and rain-sensing wipers, new sporty seat trim with red stitching and two new paint colours.
That’s alongside a generous kit list that’s already fitted to the Mazda2 which includes a sports styling kit, front fog lamps, privacy glass and a rear bumper sports trim.
The new edition makes the Mazda2 really appealing and drivers will enjoy its handling and the comfort of its ride.
Mazda have focused their efforts with the MX-5 on its 2013 upgrade to make it even more of a stand-out sports car which can be used for everyday driving.
Among its upgrades are alloy wheels, heated tan leather sports seats, tan leather door inserts and, on the soft-top model, a tan fabric roof. There’s also a choice of four new colours.
The enhanced Mazda2 ‘Venture Edition’ with premium high-tech equipment is on sale from £13,295 OTR and the new MX-5 models start from £18,895 OTR.