Thursday, October 25, 2007

Mazda launches "Prestige Edition" Roadster




Mazda Motor Corporation has launched a special edition Mazda Roadster Prestige Edition for the Japanese domestic market.

What the Prestige Edition looks like. The two-seat lightweight open-top vehicle, better known as the MX-5 in overseas markets, has been newly outfitted with premium features including black genuine leather seats and alloy wheels made by BBS Japan.

Lots of cowhide, and in black.The Roadster Prestige Edition is based on the Roadster RS RHT and Roadster VS RHT, the premium grades of the Mazda Roadster Power Retractable Hard Top range, and is available in both six-speed manual and six-speed auto versions.

BBS Japan did this one. Features include exclusive heated bucket seats with black genuine leather upholstery highlighted with grey stitching, exclusive 17-inch BBS Japan aluminium alloy wheels, glossy stainless steel scuff plates and front fog lights with black bezels.

So you always know what car you're driving before you get in ...Additionally, a front strut tower bar (cowl connecting type) and Mazda’s Dynamic Stability Control (DSC) system are specially added to the six-speed automatic transmission (AT) model. For the manual variant, the former is standard equipment while the latter is available as a factory-installed option.

The prestigious on the move.Also included, a lever on the side of the driver’s seat can be used to adjust the seat height by 30mm. Sales of the Roadster Prestige Edition will be conducted on a made-to-order basis.

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