It’s time to see red this September, as Mazda’s stylish and sophisticated supermini range is enhanced with the launch of the Mazda2 Red Edition. With high levels of standard specification, eye-catching styling enhancements and a striking cabin, the Red Edition’s stand-out appearance complements the Mazda2’s KODO: Soul of Motion design and sporty proportions.
Offered with a choice of free-of-charge Snowflake White Pearlescent or Black Mica paint, the Red Edition’s youthful design cues include Soul Red accents on the wing mirror covers, rear spoiler and rear underskirt, while the bespoke look can be further heightened with optional £300 Dark Gunmetal 15” alloy wheels.
Inside, the redden theme continues with red cloth seat trim, red knee pad inserts and red door trim inserts, while a red and white décor panel on the dash adds a large sweep of colour across the dash. In dealerships from 1 September and limited to just 400 cars, the Red Edition’s small volumes make it an exclusive supermini choice that stands out from the crowd.
However, based on the 90ps SE-L Nav, the Red Edition shares the same core values of driving fun, sharp looks, quality, safety and affordability found across the entire Mazda2 range. Featuring the signature wing front grille and predatory headlamp styling which instantly identify it as a Mazda, the Mazda2 supermini features advanced chassis architecture, while its dynamic, muscular, cab-rearward proportions incorporate a long wheelbase with small overhangs to maximise interior space.
Onboard, front shoulder and rear knee room are complemented by excellent seat comfort, while coherent instrumentation and switchgear is matched to class-leading ergonomics. The 7-inch touch-screen display combines with Mazda’s rotary Multimedia Commander to create an enhanced human-machine interface (HMI) offering extremely safe, intuitive interactivity and infotainment control.
Powered by the efficient 90ps SKYACTIV-G petrol engine, the Red Edition offers customers the ideal balance of lively, agile performance and highly-competitive fuel economy, plus with CO2 emissions of just 105g/km low-running costs are a given.