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Mazda Takuya special editions offer extra value

Mazda 2, Mazda 3 and Mazda 6 get special editions

Mazda 2 Takuya

The Mazda 2 Takuya has 16 inch alloy wheels and sports styling

Mazda has announced a new round of Takuya special editions – offering extra value for Mazda 2, Mazda 3 and Mazda 6 buyers.

All Mazda Takuya models include extra equipment and sporty looks, and each is priced only slightly higher than plainer alternatives in the range.

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Mazda 2 Takuya

The Mazda 2 Takuya comes as a 1.3-litre petrol five-door, spruced up with 16-inch alloy wheels, a sports styling kit and different headlights.

Additional items of equipment include front foglights, black sports trim, electric rear windows, climate control, and Bluetooth. Side and curtain airbags are also fitted as standard, and you can choose from five colours.

The engine provides 83bhp, and returns a claimed 55.4mpg and 119g/km CO2. Priced at £11,940, the Mazda2 Takuya costs just £110 more than the existing Tamura model.

Read our report on the Mazda 2

Mazda 3 Takuya

Mazda 3 Takuya comes with Bluetooth and a CD changer

Mazda 3 Takuya

The Mazda 3 Takuya is based on the existing TS specification, and is powered by a 1.6-litre petrol engine.

Exterior upgrades comprise 17-inch alloys, sports styling kit, front fog lights and LED rear lights. Extra equipment includes automatic lights and wipers, dual-zone climate control, heated front sports seats, Bluetooth and a six-disc CD changer.

The engine makes 103bhp, emits 149g/km CO2 and returns a claimed 43.5mpg. Priced at £16,695, it’s £1,145 more than the ordinary TS equivalent.

Read our review of the Mazda 3

Mazda 6 Takuya

The Mazda 6 Takuya is available in three different options

Mazda 6 Takuya

The Mazda 6 Takuya is also based on the TS model, but in this case there’s a choice of three versions.

You can pick a 2.0-litre petrol five-door hatchback with 153bhp for £20,495, or a 161bhp 2.2-litre turbodiesel as a five-door hatch or an estate, priced at £21,675 and £22,325 respectively.

External extras include 18-inch alloy wheels, sports front grille, privacy glass, front foglights and a dusk sensor. On the inside, the Takuya has heated half-leather seats, auto-dimming rear view mirror, dual-zone climate control, Bluetooth, six-disc CD-changer and alloy pedals.

Metallic or mica paint is included free of charge, and the asking price represents a £1,050 premium over the regular Mazda 6 TS.

See the full Mazda 6 Which? Car review

0% finance and free servicing

All three Mazda Takuya special editions are on sale now, and available with a choice of Mazda finance offers.

Zero percent APR is available over 36 months with a 50% minimum deposit; 3.9% APR is available over 24 months with zero deposit; and 5.9% APR is available over 36 months with zero deposit.

Personal Contract Purchase customers can also take advantage of a ‘Have It All’ offer, which fixes VAT at 2010 rates and includes the first three services free of charge.

Terms and conditions apply, and finance is subject to status – see your local Mazda dealer for more details.

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