Used 2006 Mazda MX-5 Miata Touring For Sale

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Wow, so much fun

2008 Mazda MX-5-Miata Roz - Charlotte, NC 02/21/2011

This Miata is a fun fabulous vehicle. As the weather gets warmer and I can ride around with the top down I just smile the entire time. It corners well and accelerates nicely. The top comes down and up in a few seconds.

Love this car

2015 Mazda MX-5-Miata Gary Bisaga - Leesburg, VA 10/17/2016

It just makes me happy every time I drive it. Even better, almost every time I drive it people stop, look, and smile. I've heard "nice car!" so many times, but every single time it still makes me happy. What more can you ask but to have a car that makes both you and the people around you happy?

2004 Mazdaspeed Miata

2004 Mazda MX-5-Miata NewMiataOwner - Manassas, VA 04/28/2009

All I can say is that I LOVE THIS CAR! I've had it for about two months now, and it has been perfect. Even though it's a 2004, it had less than 28K miles on it and was in pristine shape. Body: Paint was flawless except for a few minor scratches on the trunk lid. Body panels and door fit and finish is perfect. The spoiler and flush mount headlamps, as well as the factory ground effects complete the look. Engine: Turbocharged 4-cylinder, and boy is it quick. All stock, and I'm still happy with the performance. There is a 1/2 to 1 second turbo lag in first, but if you keep the RPMs up, that's the only time you feel it. 6-speed took a little getting used to - almost jammed it into reverse a few times when shooting for sixth! Nice throaty exhaust note (wasn't expecting that). Interior: This is the only area that could be a bit nicer, but it is by no means a showstopper. Black leather seats, leather-wrapped steering wheel, Bose sound system, power windows and locks are all nice. No cruise control, heated or cooled seats (cooled would be nice, but this car will not see winter roads). Fairly quiet inside for a convertible, but don't plan on cruising at more than 65 with the top down for extended periods - very loud. Top closed, not too bad even in the 70-80 MPH range. Stereo has two speed sensing modes (top up/down) and 3 ranges for each mode. This works well and keeps you from having to fiddle with the volume. The rear speakers, however, don't seem to work correctly - not sure if this is a quirk, a speaker issue, or an issue with the Bose system. Still troubleshooting. Overall: I really love this car. I test drove some 2004-2005 Nissan 350Zs, and the Miata is much more fun to drive in my opinion (like a big go-cart). The 350Z has some more creature comforts, but the interior seemed to be universally more cheap than the Miata. I also test drove a 2005 Miata (not Mazdaspeed) with sequential manual/automatic, and that was a lot of fun as well - paddle shifters were a nice touch and worked well.

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