- 16,450 Miles
- Year Built: 2015(65)
Here we have a super Top of the Range 2015 Mazda MX5 2.0 Sports Nav finished in extra cost Soul Red Metallic with Black Leather Interior and contrast Red Stitching. First registered 28th October 2015 (65 Registration) , Its travelled 16,526 miles with just One Careful Owner from New.
Being the Top of the Range 2.0 160ps Sport Nav Model the spec includes:
- Soul Red Metallic (£660)
- Limited Slip Differential (LSD)(160ps Model Only).
- 17″ Bright Alloy Wheels (160ps Model Only).
- Sports Suspension Featuring Bilstein Dampers (160ps Model Only).
- Strut Brace (160ps Model Only).
- Adaptive Front Lighting System
- LED Running Lights.
- Rear Parking Sensors.
- Body Coloured Wing Mirrors
- Piano Black Detailing.
- Black Leather Seat and Door Trim with Contrast Red Stitching.
- Heated Seats
- Bose Premium Stereo System with Speakers Built into Headrests
- 7″ Touchscreen Colour Infotainment Nav system.
- DAB Radio.
- Bluetooth Telephone Connectivity.
- Phone App Integration
- Multi Function Steering Wheel.
- Cruise Control.
- Climate Control.
- Lane Departure Warning System.
- Push Button Start.
- Electric Windows.
- Electric Mirrors
- Auto Lights
- Auto Wipers
- Smart Keyless Entry
- Fitted Carpet Mats
- Leather Steering Wheel, handbrake and Gearstick with Red Stitching.
- Colour Co-ordinated Interior Door Tops
This car also comes with a specialised car cover.
All in weighing just 1000KG Kerb weight, with 160PS (158BHP), makes it such a fun car to drive for enthusiasts.
Its in lovely condition throughout, it has a Full Mazda Service History visiting the workshop at 6,457 Miles, 13,367 Miles and more recently an early 3rd Year Service for its new owner just completed at 16,526 Miles in August 2018. Balance of Manufacturers Warranty runs to 28th October 2018.
All of our sales cars undergo an Inspection before being placed on sale, a pre-delivery workshop check is also carried out before a car leaves us for its new owner and a HPI Clear Certificate is also provided too of course.
Call the Showroom on 01384 442369, or Andy 07769 298268 for further Information or to arrange a viewing.
Finance packages available for Business users and Private purchasers that can be tailored to suit your Individual requirements.
Part Exchanges welcome too of course.
“What the Press Say”
Spirited performance, Balanced, involving handling ,Excellent packaging, Outstanding value
Matt Prior the Editor said “An outstanding and usable sports car at an outstanding price”
Top Gear Said
So it’s a laugh to drive?
Definitely. And it’s not all down to the balance: the driving position is sweet and the snickety gearchange superb, a great exemplar for saving the manual.
It’s all about the simple pleasures here. There are no driving modes to toggle through, there’s a big rev counter slap bang in front of your eyes, and its convertible roof is manual, opening in mere seconds under human, rather than electric, power.
The newly electric power steering follows the script you’ve read elsewhere, lacking any real feel or weight. But it’s the only real chink in the armour, and such is the alacrity of the MX-5’s turn in, and the transparency of its balance, it’s hard to care too much. You’ll be having too much fun for that.
Anything else of note?
Upgrade to top-spec Sport trim and you get fancier suspension, starring Bilstein dampers, while there’s plenty of big boy technology on the options list.
A highlight is a Bose stereo with nine speakers, a pair of them in the headrests so that your music isn’t carried away with the wind when the roof is down. It works well.
Less appealing, we’d say, is a gamut of active safety stuff, including blind-spot monitoring and lane-departure warnings. In a car this dinky and open, we’d argue it’s all a bit unnecessary.
Is the 2.0 a no-brainer, then?
If you like your MX-5s for driving more than tanning, we’d say yes. The jump in cost isn’t huge and you’ll extract noticeably more satisfaction from it.
But the difference isn’t big enough to shame the still excellent 1.5 if you’re short on cash or simply not fussed about fractional degrees of cornering precision.
The moral of the story? You can’t really buy a bad MX-5…