[YesAuto News] Due to the popularity of hard-top convertibles, Mazda introduced the MX-5 hard-top convertible version, but the original soft-top convertible also belongs to the MX-5. Although this generation of models is a bit old, Mazda's recently launched MX-5 Blaze limited edition in the Japanese market brings a touch of newness to it.
This Mazda MX-5 Blaze limited edition uses 17-inch multi-spoke alloy wheels produced by BBS, which is definitely a highlight of the car. At the same time, the burgundy and mica green body is also a unique symbol.
The high-quality beige leather seats in the car form a strong contrast with the surrounding black interior. Unfortunately, the car will only be sold in Japan, and consumers in other regions can only envy it.