Rowen Japan is a tuner with a rather unique taste that not everybody finds interesting. Their body kits have a very strong Japanese flavor, as seen with their latest release, Rowen Mazda CX-5 facelift. It’s a busy looking thing, but you could call it artistic.
The styling kit on Rowen Mazda CX-5 consists of many different parts which are mixed to give the car the proper makeover the tuner was after. It has revised bumpers and skirts, and they are garnished with extra bits that are purely aesthetic and probably have no technical benefit in terms of aerodynamics.
So you get a chiseled front apron with a spoiler lip and LED lights, side skirts complete with aero blades and stuffs, a super unique rear diffuser with integrated tailpipes and chrome accents, and a whole host of spoilers on the tailgate and the roof. Then there is the set of over-fenders, and all they do is make the wheels look small – unless you go for Rowen’s own SCHWERT SC6 20-inch wheels.
Rowen Mazda CX-5 body kit costs, in its full-fat version, costs 300,000 Yen which is roughly 24,000 USD. Sport exhaust system will add 100K Yen to that and the LED set another 35K.