Mazda reveal Black and White Edition

Published Date: 7th Jan 2015

Mazda run existing Mazda 2 models with extra kit and better value for money.

With the new Mazda 2 just around the corner, the UK on sale date in March this year. However, that hasn’t stopped the Japanese manufacturer pushing out one last special edition of its current Supermini in the form of these latest Black and White edition cars.

The Mazda 2 Black Edition and Mazda 2 White Edition are available to buy now, priced from £12,145. New potential customers get the colour choice of Jet Black Mica or Crystal White Pearlescent paint, while standard equipment includes a rear spoiler, heated folding door mirrors and rear privacy glass. The new faux-diffuser style rear bumper, 15-inch dark grey alloy wheels and unique badging are also standard, and all customers will get the option of colour-coded bonnet and roof stripes as standard.

In the cabin, there is lots of body-coloured trim, as well as black upholstery with red stitching. Standard toys include air-con, USB and MP3 player connectivity and Bluetooth hands-free calling. It’s worth knowing that the Bluetooth needs to be added as an option – despite it being another no-cost extra.

Peter Albion, Mazda UK sales director, explained: “The Mazda2 Black Edition and White Edition represent a last chance for our customers to get their hands on a unique version of the current 5-door Mazda2. As with every Mazda special edition model, they combine bespoke exterior and interior styling with a lavish standard equipment specification, offering customers stand-out individuality and outstanding value for money.”

New Mazda 2 cars come with the 74bhp 1.3-litre petrol unit from the outgoing Mazda 2, incorporated in to a five-speed manual transmission. Dynamic stability control and traction control are also standard on all models.

All the new Mazda 2 Black and White Editions are on sale now, prices start from £12,145.