Berjaya Auto Philippines (BAP) Inc., the exclusive distributor of Mazda in the Philippines, recently unveiled the new limited variant of its award-winning “2” - the Midnight Edition.
The more exclusive Mazda2 has the same sleek and sporty KODO - Soul of Motion design language seen in the whole Mazda lineup, but from there the Japanese marque has reimagined the car as something that would exude more elegance.
As a result, this baby flaunts sleek high-luster black paintwork with contrasting Soul Red lines to go along with its sporty Mazda 2 body kit. The dashing dark motif gets accented by a set of machine finished 16-inch aluminum alloy wheels and standard LED headlights and daytime running lights (DRL).
We at Mazda wanted to elevate the Mazda2 ownership experience to even higher levels with the Mazda2 Midnight Edition... This is the Mazda2 for those who seek to be elegantly distinctive on the road while being practical and chic at the same time,” said BAP President and CEO Steven Tan.
As stated, Mazda Philippines only offers the Mazda2 Midnight Edition in limited quantities. So if you fancy a brand new Mazda2 but want to stand out from the usual, better take this chance before stocks run out.
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