/Mazda2 and MX-5 Venture Edition on Sale in UK

Mazda2 and MX-5 Venture Edition on Sale in UK

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The new special ‘Venture’ editions of Mazda2 and Mazda MX-5 are on sale in the UK, offering greater value by adding a whole bunch of extra equipment. Prices for the Mazda VE starts from £13,295, while the MX-5 – available in three versions – kicks off at £18,895.

The Mazda2 Venture Edition is based on the 84 PS 1.3-liter model, fitted with 6-inch Bright Finish alloy wheels, black mirror housings, rear parking sensors, dusk-sensing lights and rain-sensing wipers, new sporty seat trim with red stitching, two unique exterior colors (Zeal Red Mica and Meteor Gray Mica) and special ‘Venture Edition’ badges.

Under the Venture treatment, the MX-5 sports car gets new design 17-inch Bright Finish alloy wheels, heated tan leather sports seats, tan leather door inserts and (on the soft-top model) a tan fabric roof.

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As for the features and equipments, the Mazda2 Venture gets a sports styling kit, front fog lamps, privacy glass and a rear bumper sports trim.  Inside, there are front, side and curtain airbags, leather steering wheel with audio controls, CD radio with Auxiliary jack and four speakers, plus a TomTom navigation with a 5.8-inch touch screen, integrated Bluetooth hands-free kit, climate control air-conditioning and electric rear windows to create a genuine premium car ambience.

Mazda MX-5 comes in three versions, including the 126 PS 1.8-liter Venture Edition soft-top with five-speed manual transmission which is the simplest and best version, 1.8-liter Roadster Coupe, and 160 PS 2.0-liter Venture Edition Roadster Coupe with a power folding roof as the range topping model with a price tag of £22,295.

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