A special edition Mazda 2 has been announced. The £12,995 Venture Edition is based on the Tamura
12 April 2012

A new, special edition Mazda 2 has been announced. The Mazda 2 Venture Edition is based on the five-door Tamura model and costs £12,995.

The Venture Edition’s gunmetal-coloured 16-inch alloy wheels, sports body kit, front fog lamps and privacy glass distinguish the special edition from the standard version. Additional equipment inside includes; a Sanyo TomTom navigation system with a 5.8-inch touch screen, integrated Bluetooth hands-free kit, climate control air-conditioning and electric rear windows.

Just 1500 ‘Venture Edition’s’ will be made and two colours will be unique to it - Dolphin Grey and Burgundy Red. Regular colours Crystal White Pearlescent, Brilliant Black, Aquatic Blue Mica and True Red are also on the options list.

The Mazda 2 Venture Edition priced with a £500 premium over the Tamura, reflecting the additional equipment.

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