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Special edition Mazdas on the way

Special edition Mazdas on the way

The unique Venture and Kuro models of some of the well-loved ranges from Mazda are being made more widely available across the UK.

In order to boost its product range offerings, the Japanese car manufacturer has introduced the Venture Edition models of its Mazda 2, Mazda 3 and Mazda 5 cars.

On top of this, the Mazda MX-5 is being made available in two special editions, which have been given the moniker Kuro – the Japanese word for Black.

For drivers who are keen to have all the latest gadgets in their car, the Venture Edition Mazdas could be worth a look.

This is because all of these special edition vehicles come complete with a 5.8-inch Sanyo TomTom satellite navigation system with integrated Bluetooth as standard.

If that was not enough, the exterior of the Venture Edition models have been enhanced aesthetically with the addition of gunmetal alloy wheels and front fog lights.

To split up the offerings a little, the Mazda 2 Venture is based on the 84ps 1.3-litre MZR five-door Tamura and boasts 56.5mpg, while letting off just 115g/km of CO2 emissions.

Meanwhile, the Mazda 3 Venture is available with either a 105ps 1.6-litre MZR petrol engine or an 115ps 1.6-litre diesel alternative.

Two versions of the Mazda 5 Venture are also rolling into town, with drivers being able to pick from the 150ps 2.0-litre MZR petrol model or the 115ps 1.6-litre diesel engine design.

For something a little sportier, the Mazda MX-5 Kuro special edition has been designed with the popular MX-5 SE and Sport Tech vehicles in mind.

Car buyers can purchase this distinctive vehicle in either a Sport Tech style or a nifty Roadster Coupe chassis.

Each stand out for their additional specification highlights over the standard Mazda MX-5, while the sleek leather interior allows a drive to be enjoyed with unmatched comfort.

Posted by Craig SalterADNFCR-3205-ID-801446025-ADNFCR