Mazda is making a new limited edition version of the CX-3 available to UK buyers, with prices starting from £24,095 ($30,726) for the manual gearbox version, and £25,095 ($32,000) for the automatic.
Dubbed the CX-3 GT Sport Nav+, it is limited to just 500 units, all of which feature standard Red Nappa leather seats, free-of-charge paint options, plus a few other updates, both inside and out. This new spec will go on sale from June 1st.
Top of the range specs
The GT Sport Nav+ is based on the range-topping Sport Nav+ model and is offered exclusively with Mazda’s 2.0-liter 121 PS (119 HP) Skyactiv-G engine, available in 2WD with a choice of either a six-speed manual or six-speed automatic transmission.
In terms of visuals, the limited edition spec will let you choose between Jet Black Mica, Ceramic Metallic or Soul Red Crystal Metallic paints for the exterior, while the lower sections of the front and rear bumpers gain a unique matte silver trim garnish, to go with the bright silver door mirror covers.
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“Over 75 per cent of the CX-3’s we sell in the UK are Sport Nav+ models, so our customers love the combination of premium quality and style the high-grade versions of this excellent small SUV deliver. The launch of the GT Sport Nav+ adds a standout special edition model, which brings the generous equipment, distinctive looks and enhanced value that discerning crossover buyers are looking for,” said Mazda UK exec, Jeremy Thomson.
Mazda’s updated CX-3 was launched last year in August and brought along features such as a revised grille or the darker side pillar treatment, with all specs (aside from the entry-level version) gaining front LED fog lights and rear privacy class. Meanwhile, Sport Nav+ models got 18-inch silver alloy wheels, LED headlights, signature LED taillights and more.