The new, 2023 Mazda MX-5 features new body, soft top and interior colour choices, and a new grade structure offering comprehensive equipment specifications on even entry-level models.
A new exterior colour, Zircon Sand, relaces Polymetal Grey, and the MX-5 roadster’s soft-top, which opens and shuts instantly with a flick of the wrist, is now available in brown, which replaces the red finish.
A new, three grade structure offers customers a choice of the Prime-Line entry grade, Exclusive-Line mid grade and the top-of-the-range Homura grade. Exclusive-Line and Homura models may be equipped with an optional Driver Assistance pack, which bolsters the MX-5’s already comprehensive range of i-Activsense driver assistance technology.
The Homura grade is enriched by numerous sporting features including Recaro seats and black mirror caps. Homura versions fitted with the Skyactiv-G 2.0 184 PS engine are additionally equipped with a Brembo brake system, Bilstein dampers, a strut bar and forged BBS alloy wheels. Also in the range, the Homura with a Skyactiv-G 1.5 132 PS engine featuring RAYS alloy rims.
Two new Special Edition models, Kazari and Kizuna, are identified by unique colour combinations: Kazari features Terracotta Nappa leather upholstery, a brown soft top and a black hard top, whilst Kizuna combines white Nappa leather upholstery with a blue soft top and a black hard top. Both models are equipped, as standard, with the Driver Assistance pack.
The Skyactiv-G 1.5 132 PS engine is now available across the entire MX-5 model range. And automatic transmission is also available exclusively on Skyactiv-G 2.0 RF Special Edition models.
The appeal of the critically acclaimed Mazda MX-5 continues to grow today after more than three decades and 1.1 million units sold. With good reason: The iconic World Car Design of the Year-winning roadster has evolved over the years in energetic style, yet always remained true to the Jinba Ittai ethos that puts driver and car in perfect harmony.