Mazda has announced the return of its top spec Takuya special editions, which were first offered for a short time in 2010. The top-spec trim level will be available on Mazda2, Mazda3 and Mazda6 models, with total production capped at 3,894 units.
Priced from £11,940, the Mazda2 1.3-litre five-door Takuya is based on the Tamura model, but features fog lights, rear electric windows, climate-control, and a Parrot Bluetooth hands-free kit. Mazda claims that this represents a £110 saving over the model it’s based on.
The Mazda3 Takuya is based on the TS 1.6-litre petrol model, but adds 17-inch alloy wheels, front fog and LED rear lights, climate control, and an integrated Bluetooth system, amongst other things. The Mazda3 Takuya starts at £16,695 - £1,145 more than the TS model.
The Mazda6 Takuya gives buyers the most choice, as it’s available as either a 2.0-litre or 2.2-litre diesel five-door, or as an estate with the larger diesel engine.
For £1,050 more than the TS models, all three variants benefit from 18-inch alloy wheels, fog lights, half-leather heated seats, climate control and a six-disc CD changer. All cars are on sale now.