Mazda has a long history of churning out special editions of the MX-5, something that hasn’t changed with this fourth-generation car. The Sport Recaro variant is based on the 2.0-litre Sport Nav model, with additional equipment and more aggressive looks. Now its had special treatment with the BBR Super 200 conversion its got not only the looks but the power to match!
In 2015 Mazda added a new limited-edition version of the MX-5 to its model line-up. Called the Sport Recaro, it sat at the top the current MX-5 range and mixes the technical setup of an MX-5 Sport Nav with a higher-specced interior and bespoke body trim.
Top of the list of additions is a sports aero-kit. This is comprised of a new rear spoiler, front and rear lips and side skirts – all painted in black. The door mirrors are also finished in piano black, and two-tone 17-inch diamond cut alloy wheels gain an engraved MX-5 logo.
Inside, the greatly sort after standard fit heated Recaro seats are clad in Alcantara, as are sections of the dashboard. Alloy pedals, bespoke floor mats and contrasting red stitching complete the Sport Recaro’s bespoke cabin.
The Sport Recaro, was limited to just 600 units model, available in just two exterior colours – Soul Red Metallic or Ceramic Metallic (as with this example). The Sport Recaro builds on the specs list of the Sport Nav on which it is based, and so comes with a long list of features: LED headlights, a leather steering wheel, climate-control, a DAB radio with Bluetooth connectivity, sat-nav, rain sensing wipers, keyless enty, a top-spec Bose sound-system, cruise control and Mazda’s MZD-Connect infotainment system are all included.
This MX-5 has the following enhancements:
- BBR MX-5 ND Super 200
- BBR MX-5 ND Grand Tourer Rear Silencer
- BBR MX-5 ND Exhaust Centre Section
- BBR MX-5 ND High Performance Springs
- Brand new Goodyear F1 tyres
All work carried in October 2019 totalling over £5,000 inclusive of VAT, two owners from new with full service history.
Mileage : 19342
Price : £SOLD