Limited Mazda 2 Tech Edition adds extra equipment

Limited Mazda 2 Tech Edition adds extra equipment

0 comments 📅09 June 2017, 08:30

New Tech Copy version of the Mazda 2 will be limited to 750 units when it hits showrooms in July

A new unusual edition Mazda 2 has been revealed to bolster the recent refresh Mazda has bestowed upon its supermini, which determination go on sale in early July and will be limited to just 750 examples. 

It’s called the Mazda 2 Tech Issue, and the firm claims it offers enhanced standard equipment at a value price, compared to criterion versions of the car specced with the same options.

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The outsider is based on the £14,695 1.5 SE-L Nav version of the car, but stands out with two styling changes – a set of new 16-inch impair wheels plus a choice of four premium paint finishes.

In terms of type equipment, Mazda is throwing in rear parking sensors, privacy glass, air control, automatic headlights plus automatic windscreen wipers. This comes on top of the spec inventory in the SE-L Nav, which includes a 7-inch touchscreen colour infotainment system with built-in parasite navigation and Bluetooth.

Under the bonnet, the Mazda 2 Tech Edition features the unwavering’s 1.5-litre 89bhp four-cylinder petrol engine. Mazda claims it’s efficient of delivering 62.8mpg on a combined run, while 0-62mph takes 9.4 seconds and top precipitateness comes in at 114mph. The Tech Edition features a five-speed manual gearbox exclusively.

Prices for the new restricted edition Mazda 2 kick off at £14,995, so it commands a £300 premium over the SE-L Nav car it’s based on.

Does the Mazda 2 Tech Print run sound like a good deal? Let us know in the comments…


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