Mazda has enhanced its CX-3 range with a new limited edition specification that aims to inject some extra colour into the crossover’s line-up.
The new GT Sport Nav+ trim level becomes the new range-topping option – sitting above the Sport Nav+, which already accounts for three-quarters of CX-3 sales.
Just 500 of these limted-run models will be sold, with each coming with a free-of-charge colour option from three choices – Jet Black Mica, Ceramic Metallic or Mazda’s trademark Soul Red Crystal Metallic paintwork.
Offered exclusively with the 119bhp 2.0-litre Skyactiv-G petrol engine, the GT Sport Nav+ grade also comes with revised styling, such as matte silver trim detailing and bright silver mirror covers.
The interior also benefits from stunning red Nappa leather seats with white inserts, soft-touch plastics and an electric driver’s seat with memory function.See Available CX-3 deals
Mazda UK managing director Jeremy Thomson said: “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.”
Mazda updated its CX-3 last year with new technology, improved standard equipment levels and a revised look. An increased focus on comfort and driver engagement was also offered with the CX-3, which rivals models such as the Seat Arona and Toyota C-HR.
The limited edition CX-3 GT Sport Nav+ is available to order from June 1, with the manual version costing £24,095, while there is a £1,000 premium for a model with the automatic transmission.