New Upgraded Mazda MX-5 Priced From £18,495

The new upgraded Mazda MX-5 will go on sale on 1 December, with prices starting from £18,495.

The new 2013 model features a fresh face with a new pedestrian-friendly bonnet, satellite nav, side airbags and climate control air-conditioning.

The range also introduces the 2.0-litre MX-5 Sport Tech Nav models, with integrated satellite navigation, Live Services, iPod and Bluetooth connectivity, and complete multi-media functionality.

“When developing the upgraded Mazda MX-5, Mazda’s designers were determined to make the revised roadster even better looking and even more fun to drive. An aggressive new front grille and new bumper design with a bold chin spoiler creates a deeper and wider look that also improves aerodynamics by reducing drag around the fog lamp and over the front tyres,” comments Peter Allibon, Sales Director, Mazda UK.

The upgraded MX-5 can be ordered with a 124bhp 1.8i MZR unit mated to a five-speed gearbox or a 157bhp 2.0 MZR with a smooth-shifting six-speed manual or ‘PowerShift‘ six-speed sequential paddle-shift transmission.

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