Mazda is building 1500 examples of a new supermini based on the Tamura trim level (which, if you don\'t follow Mazda trim level nomenclature, is in the middle of the range between TS and Sport). It\'s called the Venture Edition, and on top of what you already get with the Tamura it has 16\" gunmetal alloy wheels, a sports bodykit, front foglights, privacy glass, satellite navigation, a Bluetooth hands-free phone kit, climate control air-conditioning and electric rear windows. You might expect that lot to cost a pretty sum, but Mazda has kept the premium down to £1000, pricing the Venture Edition at £12,995. The Venture Edition is available only as a five-door, even though there\'s also a three-door Tamura, and in addition to the familiar Crystal White Pearlescent, Brilliant Black (what?), Aquatic Blue Mica and True Red paint schemes it can also be specified in two unique colours, Dolphin Grey Mica and Burgundy Red Mica.