Mazda has launched two bundles of accessories that suit any model from the outgoing MX-5 Mk4, in the United Kingdom.
The first one is known as the Cup Pack, and is a £1,995 ($2,490/€2,215) option. It adds an Eibach suspension that brings the body 25 mm (1 in) closer to the ground, Bastuck stainless steel exhaust system with a sports silencer, which improves the soundtrack without impacting the refinement, and 17-inch BBS wheels with a black look.
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Available at £4,675 ($5,835/€5,191), the Design Pack brings all features found in the Cup Pack, as well as styling enhancements inside and out. The aero kit consists of the black front, side and rear skirts and a subtle boot lid spoiler. In the cabin, the car features Alcantara trim on the dashboard, door panels, handbrake and gear lever.
All items in both packs can be specified individually and can be joined by other accessories as well, including wind deflectors, different alloy wheels, dark side indicators, valve cap kits, oil filler caps, lockable wheel nuts and several other parts. Pricing for both kits includes tax and installation at authorized dealers.
In Britain, the MX-5 is offered in the Convertible and RF body styles, from £19,495 ($24,330/€21,648) and £23,095 ($28,823/€25,645), respectively. The range has also been enhanced with the addition of the MX-5 30th Anniversary Editions, which bump the cost to £28,095 ($35,064/€31,197) for the former and £29,895 ($37,310/€33,196) for the latter, adding extra gear and a special look.