Mazda MX-5 Special Edition Reaches Australia

Australian automotive enthusiasts now have a new option on their list of potential acquisitions, as Mazda announced that the country is receiving the MX-5 Special Edition. Only 200 units of the vehicle will be imported Down Under, with the car offering styling and suspension upgrades offered at no additional cost.

With just 200 MX-5 Special Editions being brought into the country and the upgrades being added at no additional cost, buyers will need to move fast to secure one of these rare models,” a company statement reads.

The MX-5 Special Edition connects to the road via a Bilstein-tuned suspension (the vehicle also uses a bright-painted strut tower bar) and new 17-inch alloy rims that use a bight finish.

The vehicle has received two new exterior colors, Dolphin Grey Mica and Sparkling Black Mica, while the interior has been gifted with a grey leather finish, with the same material being used to cover the steering wheel and the handbrake, as well as with chrome meter rings and air vent bezels.

The vehicle not only comes with the aforementioned goodies, but also offers a long list of standard features that includes air-conditioning, cruise control, power windows, front and side airbags and Dynamic Stability Control (DSC).

The Mazda MX-5 is an iconic car with enthusiasts across the world making it the best-selling two seater roadster of all-time. Offering a limited number of MX-5 Special Editions to Australian consumers will ensure it appeals to the enthusiasts out there who are seeking something a little different,” Mazda Australia marketing manager, Alastair Doak, said.

The MX-5 Special Edition comes with a price of AU$47,200.
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