Mazda Australia has confirmed 700 units of the brand’s 100th Anniversary Special Editions will be available locally.
Built on existing high-grade variants, the Anniversary Special Editions are available across Mazda’s range of SUVs and passenger cars, only the BT-50 ute misses out.
All Special Edition models will be finished in Snowflake White Pearl Mica paint and feature burgundy leather seats, carpet and floor mats. Fancy.
MX-5 versions will also get a burgundy soft-top.
The Anniversary cars will also be differentiated by Special Edition badging, which combines the current Mazda brand mark with the round logo created when Toyo Kogyo was first formed. The logo will be found on the front fender, key fob, wheel caps, headrests and floor mats.
Mazda Australia Director of Sales, Jarrod Gieschen said the special edition models would represent a piece of Mazda history and a future collector’s item.
“We’re all incredibly proud to celebrate Mazda’s 100th anniversary by being able to offer these special vehicles to our customers,” said Mr Gieschen.
“We’re grateful to have a loyal and passionate customer base in Australia and to say thank you, we’ll be offering those that register their interest the first opportunity to secure their vehicle order.”
Mazda 100th Anniversary Edition volume and pricing (excludes on-road costs):
Mazda 2 20 units - $TBC
Mazda CX-3 70 units - $TBC
Mazda 3 sedan 25 units - $40,090
Mazda 3 hatch 55 units - $40,090
Mazda CX-30 100 units - $TBC
Mazda 6 sedan 15 units - $51,390
Mazda 6 wagon 5 units - $52,690
Mazda CX-5 250 units - $52,330
Mazda CX-8 30 units - $66,490
Mazda CX-9 110 units - $TBC
Mazda MX-5 10 units - $45,320
Mazda MX-5 RF 10 units - $49,400
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