Both models, like the Mazda2, feature the brand's breakthrough SKYAY CTIV
technology, which delivers fuel-sipping performance and low CO2 emissions among many other attributes designed to keep running costs to an absolute minimum.
Mazda's SKYA KYA KY CTIV
design ethos strips unnecessary weight out of the engines, body, chassis and transmissions and, while this sometimes means that road noise is a little higher than some rivals, huge paybacks come in sharper handling, stronger braking, keener acceleration and better eciency.
The all-new model is the lightest MX-5 since the first generation and the first with SKYA SKY CTIV
Technology, including a choice in Europe of two ultra-efficient lightweight petrol engines delivering 131PS and 160PS.