Mazda brings the Special Spring Edition variants to Geneva

 Mazda 5, Mazda MX-5, Mazda2, Mazda3: Spring Edition 2013 Mazda exhibited their current global hot sellers the Mazda CX-5 and all-new Mazda6 at the last Geneva Motor show. This time around for the all-important Geneva Motor show from 5 – 17 March, the Motor company from Hiroshima will showcase the Spring Special Edition line-up which comprises the Mazda2, Mazda3, Mazda5 and Mazda MX-5.

Mazda Spring Special Editions

The common theme for the Spring Special edition Mazda2, Mazda3 and Mazda5 is the Zeal Red body color. Mazda chose the Zeal Red for the four variants because it characterizes the power and attractiveness of the body forms and flowing contours. The four variants’ exterior attractions include black side mirror covers, and dark-tinted glass, while the four variants’ interiors share the black fabric seats with red contrast stitchings.

Across the Spring Special edition variants, the inside takes up an assortment of convenience and connectivity, including a parking sensor, rain and light sensor, and an optional TomTom navigation system.

Mazda’s MX-5 has four color options; Copper Red body, Stormy Blue and Brilliant Black, including the new Spring Edition Meteor Gray. The popular Roadster is paired with either a matching retractable hard top or brown soft top. Inside, a TomTom navigation system and tan leather seat upholstery are standard features.

Alloy wheels in a bright finish and an automatic climate control system round out the Spring Special edition package for all four variants. And all except the Mazda2 get Bluetooth connectivity as well as an auto dimming mirror.

The Spring 2013 Special editions are available for the European market. Powertrain data on the Mazda2, Mazda3 and Mazda5, and MX-5 specifications are listed below-


MZR 1.3 (55kW / 75PS @ 6,000rpm and 119Nm @ 3,500rpm)
MZR 1.3 (62kW / 84PS @ 6,000rpm and 121Nm @ 3,500rpm)


MZ-CD 1.6 (85kW / 115PS @ 3,600rpm and 270Nm @ 1,750rpm)
MZR-CD 2.2 (110kW / 150PS @ 3,600rpm and 360Nm @ 1,800rpm)
MZR 1.6 (77kW / 105PS @ 6,000rpm and 145Nm @ 4,000rpm)
MZR 2.0 DISI i-stop (110kW / 150PS @ 6,500rpm and 191Nm @ 4,500rpm)
MZR 2.0 (110kW / 150PS @ 6,500rpm and 187Nm @ 4,000rpm)


MZ-CD 1.6 (85kW / 115PS @ 3,600rpm and 270Nm @ 1,750rpm)
MZR 1.8 (85kW / 115PS @ 5,300rpm and 165Nm @ 4,000rpm)
MZR 2.0 DISI i-stop (110kW / 150PS @ 6,200rpm and 191Nm @ 4,500rpm)
MZR 2.0 (106kW / 144PS @ 6,500rpm and 180Nm @ 4,500rpm)

Mazda MX-5

Sporty Copper Red body colour along with Meteor Gray (on the MX-5 exclusively for the Spring 2013 Special Edition), Stormy Blue and Brilliant Black
Brightly-finished 17-inch alloy wheels
New tan leather upholstery
Sporty yet elegant silver finish for the dash panel décor, steering wheel spokes and roll bar covers
Chrome rings for gauges and air vents

MZR 1.8 (93kW / 126PS @ 6,500 rpm and 167Nm @ 4,500rpm)
MZR 2.0 (118kW / 160PS @ 7,000 rpm and 188Nm @ 5,000rpm)

Edited: Mazda Europe

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