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It'll make Miata purists drool until they see the pricetag.

We recap the recent crop of supercars and Mike advocates for the Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross.

The hardtop almost-convertible is an interesting proposition.

For long highway trips and dog transport, it's not perfect

Just because you can, doesn't always mean you should.

We did a lot of neat stuff in 2016, and a lot of it was caught on video. Check out our favorite drives, experiences, and episodes from our original series that we selected from 2016's best.

Like, uh, literally.

When you're this low to the ground, everything looks different.

You think the Miata is fun on the street? Watch this.

Roughly two months ahead of the initial delivery date.

The first one in America was delivered last week.

We recorded this before the election. We still like cars.

The two Miata variants could easily be our highlight of the aftermarket show.

For SEMA 2016, Mazda whips up a revision of the Speedster concept and a sexy RF retractable targa top.

The RF Grand Touring model costs $1,170 less than the Launch Edition.

Clever roof starts at $32,390 and tops out at $34,660.

Trick roof and special coloring will cost $34,685.

Loyal Mazda customers have a limited time to preorder the sports car.

To Ford from Mazda via Australia.

Our favorite was the Fox-bodied version.

Expect a ten-percent price hike and a spicier driving experience.

The new Fiat 124 Coupe will channel its grandfather, the original 124 Coupe, and wear a notchback roofline based roughly on the 124 Abarth Rally Concept from Geneva.

And it was all done during a Facebook Live session.

Thank you, Photoshop.

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