Mazda Accessories allow customers to personalise their Mazda, whether they’re looking to express themselves with additional styling parts or plan for a summer break with the added functionality and practicality of storage solutions. Across an accessory range that extends to more than 1,000 items, Mazda Accessories allow customers to fine tune their Mazda to their lifestyle.
Available across the Mazda UK dealer network, the accessories can be purchased individually or in cleverly bundled packs to make it even easier and cost effective to choose the items you want. All cars in the Mazda range have an extensive range of accessories from small things like floor mats all the way to more extensive styling or equipment items.
Mazda Accessories are rigorously tested high quality products that are the perfect match to any Mazda. Commenting on Mazda’s accessory range, Parts and Accessories Manager, Steve Rose said: “our range of factory developed accessories give our customers the opportunity to express themselves through the personalisation of their Mazda. Whether that’s showing their sporty side with a lowering kit or Aero Pack, or tailoring their car to suit their adventurous side with our extensive range of transport accessories, there’s something for everyone”.
Adding, “for example, families looking to enhance the practicality of the popular Mazda CX-30 and CX-5 SUVs can add roof bars, a tow bar and all weather rubber interior mats, to name just a few items.” To fit with an active lifestyle the Mazda CX-30’s £345 Cycle Pack adds roof bars with cycle attachments and a mini combi bag, while the £495 Travel Pack gives you roof bars and a long roof box – want to take a bike and lots of kit? Then the roof box and bike carrier can be combined on the clever roof bar system. Practical items to fit inside include boot mats, door pocket liners, rear seat tablet mounts and even a small fridge.
There’s even the opportunity to add a little extra bit of personalised style to your Mazda and at the same time maintain the award-winning Kodo Design. For example with the CX-30 there’s the option to go for the £1,495 Design Pack that adds black wing mirror covers and black roof rails, plus front, side and rear trim skirts with a satin chrome insert. As ever, these can be chosen individually and mixed and matched with interior additions like alloy pedals, LED footwell illumination and illuminated scuff plates. You can even add Mazda logo projecting puddle lights.
With accessories available on all Mazda models, even the new all-electric Mazda MX-30 can feature extra personalisation. Inside the MX-30’s stylish and unique cabin can be added to with alloy pedals and illumination of the scuff plates, door pockets, footwell and floating console, while a roof rack adds extra practicality to Mazda’s first battery electric car.
With more than 25,000 fourth-generation MX-5s finding homes in the UK since its launch here in 2014, British sports car enthusiasts are certainly fans of Mazda’s record-breaking sports car, but regardless of its popularity, Mazda’s latest dealer-fit individual accessories and accessory packs make it easy to drive a unique personalised MX-5 that stands out from the crowd.
Available to fit to any current-generation Mazda MX-5, the packs are priced to include VAT and installation at an authorised Mazda dealer, plus they group together key items from the accessory options list to allow for worry free personalisation at a price that’s better value than ordering items individually. Focusing on sporty enhancements, the £1,125 Performance Pack adds an Eibach suspension lowering kit and a Bastuck stainless steel exhaust system. Lowering the car by 25mm the Eibach springs, give the MX-5 a sportier stance on the road without sacrificing the MX-5’s delicate balance between engaging handling and supple ride quality. Replacing the standard exhaust from the catalytic converter back, the Bastuck sports silencer, adds a deeper, bassier rasp on the overrun when lifting from the throttle, plus a sportier note as you pick up the throttle at low revs. Crucially, it doesn’t add excessive noise under hard acceleration or during cruising, so there’s no negative impact on refinement.
There’s also the opportunity to personalise the look of your MX-5: the Design Pack adds gloss black rear spoiler, plus front, side and rear air dam skirts, while the Roadster Pack gives you a silver windscreen surround, silver mirror covers, silver roll bar covers, a clear windbreak and silver cup holder garnishes. There’s also a range of alloy wheels to change the look of the MX-5, including on 2.0-litre models – standout £1,187 black BBS wheels. If it’s the inside you want to enhance, the Premium Plus Pack gives you alloy pedals, LED footwell illumination and luxury mats, plus Alcantara trim on the dashboard, door panels, gear lever sleeve and handbrake. Alternatively all the items included in the packs can be specified individually.
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