Mazda MX-5 RF Sport Black limited to 300 units

Mazda has added another stylish limited edition model to its MX-5 line-up. Marked out by its free-of-charge Eternal Blue Mica paint with contrasting black rear spoiler and door mirrors, the £25,695 RF Sport Black goes on sale from the 28th May.

Like the convertible Z-Sport special edition, the newcomer follows Mazda’s long held tradition of producing distinctive limited edition MX-5s with stand-out looks, enhanced equipment and genuine exclusivity. The black rear spoiler, piano black door mirrors and gunmetal alloy wheels contrast attractively with the Eternal Blue Mica paint, while inside unique floor mats, scuff plates and badging further distinguish this stand out MX-5.

Based on the 2.0-litre 160ps SE-L Nav, the Sport Black is upgraded with standard leather seats, rain-sensing front wipers, rear parking sensors and automatic headlights, which added to the free-of-charge Mica paint makes this exclusive model great value. In addition, the standard limited slip differential ensures the Sport Black has the dynamic ability to match its looks.

Like the rest of the RF range, the retractable hardtop consists of front, middle and rear roof sections, and a rear screen. When the top is lowered the front and middle portions are stowed together, while the rear glass sits behind the seats, leaving the rear roof section in place to create a unique open-topped look, and a cabin feeling that combines a sense of open air freedom with the impression of being securely ensconced within the car.

Commenting on the launch of the new RF Sport Black, Peter Allibon, Sales Director Mazda Motors UK said, “I’m delighted that we can offer an exclusive RF model to our customers. With it joining the Z-Sport convertible in the line-up, we now have an unrivalled choice of MX-5s in the range, which means that anyone wanting to drive a distinctive and stylish roadster can find what they need with one of our special edition models.”

On sale since the 1st March, the Mazda MX-5 Z-Sport stands-out thanks to its deep cherry red fabric hood, 17-inch black BBS wheels, and free-of-charge Machine Grey Metallic paint. It will be joined in Mazda dealerships by the MX-5 RF Sport Black from the 28th May.

Ahead of its launch, the new Mazda MX-5 RF Sport Black will be exclusively revealed at the 2018 MX-5 Owners Club Spring Rally at Goodwood Motor Circuit on the 29th April.


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