Following the announcement about the cost of the new hard-top Mazda MX-5 RF the Japanese company has now revealed how much the British customers of this car will have to pay for it. If we cut to the chase, it starts from £22,195 and goes up to £28,995 depending on the engine and trim level.
The Brits are a roadster loving nation in spite of their often terrible weather, so one cannot see a big market for an awkward looking version of the world’s most popular open-top sports car in Blighty. Still, if what you want is the driving feel of the MX-5 with the security and protection of a solid roof above your head, then Mazda MX-5 RF is for you. You can have it with two engines in the UK, including a 2.0-litre 160ps and a 1.5-litre 131ps.
As for the kit, the base 1.5 liter Mazda MX-5 RF comes packing Black cloth seat trim, LED headlights, Climate control air-conditioning, 7” Colour touch-screen display, Multimedia Commander, Cruise Control, Integrated navigation system, DAB radio, Integrated Bluetooth, 16” Alloy wheels, and Body colour door mirrors. The 2.0 liter models also get Limited Slip Differential, 17” Gunmetal alloy wheels, and Piano Black door mirrors.
Then there is the SportNav trim with items such as Heated black leather seat trim,Dusk-sensing lights, Rain-sensing wipers, Auto dimming rear-view mirror,Lane Departure Warning System,Adaptive Front lighting System, Smart keyless entry, Rear parking sensor, Premium Bose® sound system, 16” Gunmetal alloy wheels, and Piano black door mirrors on the menu. This trim on the 2.0 liter models add Bilstein Sport suspension, Strut brace,17“ Bright alloy wheels.
Finally, there is a launch edition version of Mazda MX-5 RF which is mighty well equipped with ecaro seats, BBS wheels, Twin tone roof, Alcantara pack including dashboard panel, gearshift boots, handbrake boots and door cards, Limited Edition numbering, Piano Black door mirrors, Piano Black rear spoiler, Safety Pack and free metallic paint.