Mazda has launched a limited edition Mazda MX-5 in conjunction with Trilogy diamond jewellery to produce a very desirable Mazda MX-5 limited edition.
Named the Mazda MX-5 Trilogy the production run will be limited to just 333 in the UK, each one individually numbered, and will only be available in black. As each comes with the gift of a solid silver key ring with three .25 carat diamonds, this car really can be described as a girl’s best friend.
The Trilogy diamond jewellery signifies the past present and future; since the Mazda MX-5 is now in its 13th year, is more popular than ever and will continue to delight motorists into the future, the two brands complement each other perfectly.
Based on the 1.8i the Mazda MX-5 Trilogy is priced at £16,995 on the road but with a very high specification list which includes: Trilogy branded leather seats, Nardi two tone steering wheel, leather handbrake lever, two tone gear knob, Trilogy badged scuff plates, chrome air-vent bezels, chrome centre panel with the limited edition number and chrome interior door handles.
The Mazda MX-5 Trilogy is the latest special version from the Mazda MX-5 range. History has shown that special versions of the Mazda MX-5 are very sought after and hold their residual values extremely well, and with just 333 on offer the Trilogy is unlikely to stay in showrooms for long.
Despite the Mazda MX-5 being 12 years old it has lost none of its appeal having sold in excess of 600,000 worldwide with a place in the Guinness Book of Records as the world’s best selling roadster. It is currently outselling all its rivals in the UK and heading for an all-time record of over 7,500 sales in 2002.
The Mazda MX-5 Trilogy went on sale immediately after the British International Motorshow.
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