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.
2010 Mazda MX-5-MiataRobert Gordon - Roanoke Rapids, NC04/30/2017
It's incredibly fun to drive. Reminds me of my 73 MGB. Really noisy for long trips though.
I have had miatas since 1990 when they first came out. They handle BEAUTIFULLY, they are inexpensive compared to other cars, they look beautiful, they never need repairs - what's not to like? And if you think I'm exaggerating, check out Consumer Reports ratings. The Miata has been rated best in its class for years.
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Published on Thursday, July 20, 2017
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