5 speed manual transmission gives it great get up n go. And handles quite nicely, too! Gets better gas mileage than the sticker advertised!
2010 Miata Grand Touring
2010 Mazda MX-5-MiataMiata Fan - Clemmons, NC07/26/2011
We purchased a 2010 Miata Grand Touring Soft Top with just under 5,000 miles. The price was less the retail price used by our credit union, so in that respect, it was a fair deal. We enjoy the features on the car like the sound system and the keyless start.
It handles great with excellent accelleration for a 4 cylinder. If you do not want to use the stability control, you have the option of switching that off for unassisted driving. We have squeezed out about 28 miles per gallon by shifting in the 3000 to 3500 rpm range with the 6 speed manual shift. That is encouraging because we know we can push it a little harder without draining the tank. We have already added color keyed splash guards to dress it up a little. Although it is tight on space, we gave it 5 stars for comfort because the seats offer good support and are heated for winter.
A pure joy to drive
2010 Mazda MX-5-MiataMike - New Castle, PA07/14/2014
A pure joy to drive. Puts a smile on my face every time I get behind the wheel. No problems with the car at all.
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