Mazda Mx 5
It's not cheap, but it's the holy grail of Miatas and as-new.
We love Mazda's roadster.
New power, same feeling.
There's a small bump to torque and some interior updates.
A Japanese car magazine has all the details
Using a video game as a feeder racing series is nothing new. Sony and Nissan have run the GT Academy for years now, rewarding the best Gran Turismo players with the chance to drive a real car. It seems Mazda wants a piece of the action. This year, it will host an iRacing Hot Lap Challenge, giving the best players a trip to the 2019 Rolex 24 at Daytona. The two fastest drivers will race head-to-head, with the winner earning a test drive in a Mazda MX-5 Miata Cup car.
So charming it changed an editor's opinion.
We've sampled each end of the Miata spectrum, and brought you a handy guide.
Which one, not based on a current economy model, is the best?
It'll make Miata purists drool until they see the pricetag.
Still engaging, even with the top up and the temps down.
For SEMA 2016, Mazda whips up a revision of the Speedster concept and a sexy RF retractable targa top.
The RF, or retractable fastback, version of the Miata roadster surprises before the New York International Auto Show with a targa roof setup.