Hard Top, Premium Package, Leather Seats, BOSE Sound System, Front Seat Heaters, Alloy Wheels
4 Cylinders, 2WD, 2.0L Engine, Automatic Transmission, 37K Miles, Red/Black
Hard Top, Leather Seats, BOSE Sound System, Front Seat Heaters, Alloy Wheels, Satellite Radio Ready
4 Cylinders, 2WD, 2.0L Engine, Manual 6 Speed Transmission, 16K Miles, Red/Black
Great Car, and fun, I will enjoy this car for a long time. It is necessary to be very careful with this car,being that the car is so small
The Mazda MX-5 "Miata" has always been the standard by which other roadsters have been measured by and still is. I got my 2008 Grant Touring PRHT recently and can't believe how much you get for the money. Luxuries such as seat warmers, Bose sound, and a power hardtop all for under $30,000. It's, of course, a blast to take out for a spin on twisty roads or even for highway travel. The leather seats and insulation of the power hardtop make long road trips more enjoyable (at least for a lightweight roadster). Sure, BMW, Mercedes, Honda and the like also have roadsters. The Miata, however, is unmatched in the driver-car connection department, as well as responsiveness and handling. In other words, you get a lot of joy and excitement just going under 45 mph in this little sports car whereas you probably have to redline the competition to get the same effect. On top of that it's reliable, good on fuel and cheap to insure. One caveat about this car is that drivers over 6' tall may feel cramped. This is sad because everyone, regardless of size, should have an opportunity to enjoy a Miata.
The Miata is really about as much "bang for the buck" that's available . . . basically everything a true "sports car" should be: high-revving engine, great handling, comfortable interior with nice, intuitive controls, nice low "sports car" stance, and the all-important Japanese dependability.