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Mazda has rolled out its 2019 MX-5 updates, adding a more powerful 2.0-litre naturally aspirated engine, reach-adjustable steering column, and standard reverse camera as star attractions for the iconic roadster range.
The MX-5 line-up has been revised with the the majority of 1.5-litre models struck from the Australian range, leaving only the entry-level Roadster with the smaller engine.
Pricing for the Roadster starts from $34,190 before on-road costs with a six-speed manual, or $36,190 for the optional six-speed automatic.
Mazda has made changes to the 1.5-litre naturally aspirated SykActiv four-cylinder engine, including a higher pressure fuel pump and injectors, and redesigned piston crowns to increase torque across the rev range and improve combustion efficiency.
The changes see outputs climb by 1kW and 2Nm for new totals of 97kW at 7000rpm and 152Nm at 4500rpm, down 300rpm from before.
Standard Roadster features include auto on/off LED headlights, rain sensing wipers, power windows with one-touch down, black cloth trim, climate control, leather trimmed steering wheel, gear knob and handbrake lever and 16-inch alloy wheels.