The Mazda 2 Sport Black will be limited to 500 examples, while the Mazda 3 version will be limited to 700 vehicles. Both models feature gloss black paintwork for the rear spoiler, mirrors and other trim bits, along with black (Mazda 2) or ‘dark’ (Mazda 3) alloy wheels.
Each model will only be available in three colours: red, blue and either grey (Mazda 2) or white (Mazda 3).
Mazda 2 Sport Black
The Mazda 2 Sport Black is powered by a 90hp 1.5-litre petrol engine and is based on the mid-spec SE-L model. It sits in the middle of a revised Mazda 2 range that has been simplified and upgraded for 2018, with extra equipment all round.
Over and above the SE-L specification, the Mazda 2 Sport Black gets 16-inch black alloy wheels, privacy glass, free metallic/mica paint in a choice of three colours (Deep Crimson mica, Dynamic Blue mica or Machine Grey metallic) and jet black detailing.
The Mazda 2 Sport Black is priced at £15,995 on-road.
Mazda 3 Sport Black
The Mazda 3 Sport Black is powered by a 120hp 2.0-litre petrol engine and is based on the SE-L Nav specification. Like its smaller brother, it gets larger alloy wheels – 18-inch in this case – in a dark alloy finish. It is also available in a choice of three premium paint colours (Soul Red metallic, Snowflake White pearlescent and Eternal Blue mica), with jet black detailing to the rear spoiler and wing mirrors.
The LED headlights get adaptive steering ability to angle into corners, there’s a reversing camera, keyless entry, heated steering wheel and a Bose surround-sound stereo.
The Mazda 3 Sport Black is priced at £21,595 on-road.
Both Sport Black models are on sale now while stocks last.