I have a Mazdaspeed MX-5. The handling is awesome and acceleration is much better in this version than the non-speed model.
My favorite thing about this car is the huge aftermarket. You can soup up these just about any way your wallet and mechanic skills will allow. They're great for autocross, daily driving, or occassional zips through windy trails.
The only down side is getting in and out of the car, but it's a roadster and that's to be expected. My other car is an SUV so there's a big difference transitioning between them.
Overall I just love it! I see myself owning this for a long time. I've only had it for 2 months and have already upgraded the tires, intake, and fuel door. Performance before appearance.
A Fun Car to Drive
2007 Mazda MX-5-MiataDan Maloney - Honeoye Falls, NY01/16/2016
This is my fourth Miata - I have driven them since 1995. I really enjoy driving Miatas, and my latest one that I purchased this year is even better than the earlier ones. Very smooth ride, but what I have always liked best is the responsiveness of the steering and acceleration and the really good excellent way it holds the road on turns and curves. My current Miata is my first retractable hardtop and I like the convenience. I was pleasantly surprised to find a bit more trunk space in this car over its predecessors. People have started conversations with me about the car in parking lots and so forth which is a very pleasant experience. Good on gas, and among all four of my Miatas I have needed almost no repairs.
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