This car is an amazing fun car. After riding so many other sport cars, I am really delighted with the liabality, performance and fun driving of my 1999-Miata. No extra expense. This car runs like a swiss clock!
I love this car
JP - Virginia Beach, VA04/10/2008
I love this car and so happy i got it, one one hand you get what you pay for and on the other hand its not what you expect at all. while the perfromance of the engine isnt something to really be boasting about(but theres plenty of it for the little car), the handling of the car is something to sing praises about. an absoulute fun to drive. thats if you can take it to some roads that are more deserving of it. the comfort of the car is one thing most people are going to have problems with, it is roadster, so what do you expect. I personally have no problems with the interior and comfort of the car and think its just fine but i love this car. and like i just said me loving this car , i aslo really like thie body/interior apperarance even though im going to do a few mods
Most bang for the buck
Mitch - Maryland08/30/2007
This is a fun sports car to drive. Reminiscent of the MGs and Triumphs of the 60's and 70's. Although the suspension is stiff it handles very well and takes a fast curve as if it were a slot car. Very little extra room, although seating is very comfortable. It has been mechanically sound and purrs like the European cars of the past. Not for someone who needs luxury, a smooth ride, and supersonic acceleration. Raising or lowering the top takes ten seconds. Highway driving is smooth and it has no problem keeping up with traffic. A great second car. I probably won't drive it in the winter because of rear wheel drive and limited ground clearance.
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