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Mazda2 Colour Edition Launched in the UK

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Mazda announced the addition of two special new ‘Colour’ edition models to the Mazda2 lineup in the British market. The Mazda2 Colour Edition and Sport Colour Edition feature unique exterior appointments and come with premium equipment.

This is what usually happens when a particular model is on its last legs. We know for a fact that Mazda s preparing an all-new Mazda2, so it’s time to think of ways to get rid of whatever of the old one they have left using tricks like special edition models.

Still, this means a better deal for those who want to buy a Mazda2 now. The Colour Edition models represents a better value, priced from £11,745, featuring three exterior colours, unique coloration alloy wheels, interior colour-coded design cues and generous levels of equipment.

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Mazda2 Colour Edition comes as standard with 15-inch dark grey alloy wheels, privacy glass and Jet Black door mirror housings and rear spoiler. Inside there is black seat trim with red piping, a leather steering wheel with remote audio controls, gloss dark grey inserts to the steering wheel and audio panel, Parrot Bluetooth handsfree and body-colour door trim and outer air vents louvres. This model is powered by a 75 PS 1.3 liter engine.

The Sport Colour Edition version meanwhile adds 16-inch dark grey alloy wheels, Sports styling kit, Sports headlamps and front fog lights. The cabin boasts a new state-of-the-art 6.1-inch Mazda Navigation System with integrated Bluetooth, a trip computer, leather gear knob, electric rear windows, two additional audio speakers and an adjustable speed alarm, plus side and curtain airbags. This one gets an 85 PS version of the same engine and starts from £12,845.

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