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2015 Mazda MX-5 Miata Club

$17,998* 31K Miles


CarMax Dulles In stock

Key Features
Hard Top, Alloy Wheels, Traction Control, Cruise Control, Auxiliary Audio Input, Side Airbags
Location: CarMax Dulles in Dulles, Virginia 20165
Description: Used 2015 Mazda MX-5 Miata Club for sale - $17,998, 30,391 miles with Hard Top, Alloy Wheels, Traction Control, Cruise Control, Auxiliary Audio Input, Side Airbags
Transmission: Automatic Color:Red Interior Color: Black Average Vehicle Review: (5 reviews) This review is for a 2006 Mazda MX-5. I purchased this vehicle to drive during the summer season, and retained my truck for repair and use during the winter. Initially, the thought was for a motorcycle, but my true desire is road racing, so I opted for a sports car. During discussions with co -workers the statement was made, "if you're getting a car, at least get a convertible." Contemplating this, I thought, "why not?" My first choice was for a Mustang, but these are hard to come by with a manual transmission. During my on line search, I decided to open the search to just convertibles, which returned numerous selections. While reviewing these, four options for the Mazda Miata came back. I had seen this vehicle in the past, thinking how nice the car looked. Again, thinking out loud, I said," give it a shot !" I began calling on these four cars. The first was sold very shortly after my search started. Two of the remaining three were somewhat older than I was looking to purchase. The fourth, the car I purchased was newer, with more miles than I thought it should have, but decided to look at it anyway. When I went to see the car, my first thought was that this was much smaller than the photographs depicted. I am a "big" person, (5'9", 300lbs) and I wasn't sure I would fit comfortably. I started to walk away, but decided to test drive the car. My initial entrance into the car was awkward. Again, this is a two seat sports car. This is not a midsize or truck. Once in the vehicle, I felt somewhat cramped. Again, my thought was that I was too big. I went ahead with the test drive. The car is equipped with a 2.0 litre four cylinder engine mated to a five speed manual transmission. I have driven stick shift vehicles all my life. Many people tell me I'm nuts. When ordering my last vehicle, (2000 Dodge Dakota) the dealer thought I was crazy for ordering the stick. Bottom line is, I'm paying for it, so I get what I desire. My first start with the Mazda killed the engine. Where most vehicles the clutch has some room off the floor, the Mazda starts to grab right from the start. Once I got the car started again, we were off. The car accelerates well. the four cylinder engine produces plenty of power to move the light weight body. Even in fifth gear at highway speed, you can step on the accelerator and the car takes off. The transmission shifts smoothly and cleanly. It was a huge difference from my truck transmission, ( long throw on the stick). The car has a very short shift throw. You can bang through the gears by just using your wrist. Ride comfort is good. Many people who have rode with me comment that the ride is smooth, not bumpy or stiff as they might suspect for this type of car. I have to agree. The car handles very well. I have taken this car on two 'long' trips ( 700 mile each) and find the car comfortable to ride in. One trip was through some very curvy terrain. The car hugs through corners. It was very enjoyable to imagine racing through a road course, cornering hard, slamming through the gears, winding the engine up as you crest a hill, then get hard on the binders and start downshifting again. Gas milage is great. I have been getting 27 mpg in town, and 32 mpg during my long drives. Gas milage could probably be better on the road, but I can't seem to refrain from letting the car wind up and run. As time has passed, I have become very comfortable in the car. It is still awkward to get into with the top up, but the whole idea is to have the top down as much as possible. If you are looking for something that can save you some gas, and is fun to drive, I would recommend one of these Miatas. I have had numerous compliments on the looks of the car. Once you have one, you will start to notice all of the other Miatas runnig around that you didn't see before. I have been surprised by this fact, and am looking forward to joining a Miata club to share the fun.

2016 Mazda MX-5 Miata Grand Touring

$19,998* 28K Miles


CarMax Dulles Shipping not available

Key Features
Soft Top, Leather Seats, BOSE Sound System, Front Seat Heaters, Navigation System, Alloy Wheels
Location: CarMax Dulles in Dulles, Virginia 20165
Description: Used 2016 Mazda MX-5 Miata Grand Touring for sale - $19,998, 27,604 miles with Soft Top, Leather Seats, BOSE Sound System, Front Seat Heaters, Navigation System, Alloy Wheels
Transmission: Automatic Color:White Interior Color: Black Average Vehicle Review: (4.889 reviews) - Beautiful styling outside and in - Awesome hard-top that doesn't take away any of the (already limited) space - This car sticks to the road like crazy. Driving it on switchbacks in Malibu and in the San Gabriel Mountains was a complete blast. - The only affordable and reliable (check Consumer Reports) convertible on the market

2013 Mazda MX-5 Miata Sport

$15,899* 24K Miles


CarMax Gaithersburg Free shipping • MD to VA

Key Features
Soft Top, Alloy Wheels, Satellite Radio Ready, Traction Control, Auxiliary Audio Input, Side Airbags
Location: CarMax Gaithersburg in Gaithersburg, Maryland 20877
Description: Used 2013 Mazda MX-5 Miata Sport for sale - $15,899, 23,171 miles with Soft Top, Alloy Wheels, Satellite Radio Ready, Traction Control, Auxiliary Audio Input, Side Airbags
Transmission: Manual 5 Speed Color:Red Interior Color: Black Average Vehicle Review: (4.833 reviews) Fun to drive, good fuel economy, reliable. This is my second Miata, they make great commuter cars as well as fun weekend toys - they're reliable, the handling is great, and the look good. They are smaller than a typical sedan, so they don't have a lot of interior space or luggage space. Obviously, you should make sure you fit comfortably and can see out of it before buying. Similarly if you have to haul kids around, or a lot of parcels every day, then a two seat roadster might not be the right car for you. Fuel economy is pretty good, I'm getting mid-20's to low 30's depending on how much town and open road driving I'm doing. It's not the highest mpg rating but it's pretty good for a sports car.

2013 Mazda MX-5 Miata Club

$17,899* 22K Miles


CarMax Laurel Free shipping • MD to VA

Key Features
Soft Top, Alloy Wheels, Traction Control, Cruise Control, Side Airbags, AM/FM Stereo
Location: CarMax Laurel in Laurel, Maryland 20723
Description: Used 2013 Mazda MX-5 Miata Club for sale - $17,899, 21,229 miles with Soft Top, Alloy Wheels, Traction Control, Cruise Control, Side Airbags, AM/FM Stereo
Transmission: Automatic Color:Green Interior Color: Black Average Vehicle Review: (4.833 reviews)

2008 Mazda MX-5 Miata Touring

$10,599* 80K Miles


CarMax Potomac Mills Free shipping • VA to VA

Key Features
Soft Top, Alloy Wheels, Cruise Control, Side Airbags, AM/FM Stereo, Rear Defroster
Location: CarMax Potomac Mills in Woodbridge, Virginia 22192
Description: Used 2008 Mazda MX-5 Miata Touring for sale - $10,599, 79,766 miles with Soft Top, Alloy Wheels, Cruise Control, Side Airbags, AM/FM Stereo, Rear Defroster
Transmission: Automatic Color:Red Interior Color: Black Average Vehicle Review: (4.605 reviews)

2010 Mazda MX-5 Miata Touring

$13,998* 54K Miles


CarMax Potomac Mills Free shipping • VA to VA

Key Features
Alloy Wheels, Cruise Control, Side Airbags, AM/FM Stereo, Rear Defroster, Air Conditioning
Location: CarMax Potomac Mills in Woodbridge, Virginia 22192
Description: Used 2010 Mazda MX-5 Miata Touring for sale - $13,998, 53,485 miles with Alloy Wheels, Cruise Control, Side Airbags, AM/FM Stereo, Rear Defroster, Air Conditioning
Transmission: Automatic Color:Silver Interior Color: Black Average Vehicle Review: (5 reviews)

2016 Mazda MX-5 Miata Club

$19,899* 19K Miles


CarMax Ellicott City Free shipping • MD to VA

Key Features
Soft Top, BOSE Sound System, Alloy Wheels, Rear Spoiler, Satellite Radio Ready, Traction Control
Location: CarMax Ellicott City in Ellicott City, Maryland 21043
Description: Used 2016 Mazda MX-5 Miata Club for sale - $19,899, 18,633 miles with Soft Top, BOSE Sound System, Alloy Wheels, Rear Spoiler, Satellite Radio Ready, Traction Control
Transmission: Manual 6 Speed Color:Gray Interior Color: Black Average Vehicle Review: (4.889 reviews)

2017 Mazda MX-5 Miata Grand Touring

$23,899* 19K Miles


CarMax White Marsh Free shipping • MD to VA

Key Features
Hard Top, Leather Seats, BOSE Sound System, Front Seat Heaters, Navigation System, Alloy Wheels
Location: CarMax White Marsh in White Marsh, Maryland 21162
Description: Used 2017 Mazda MX-5 Miata Grand Touring for sale - $23,899, 18,514 miles with Hard Top, Leather Seats, BOSE Sound System, Front Seat Heaters, Navigation System, Alloy Wheels
Transmission: Manual 6 Speed Color:Gray Interior Color: Brown Average Vehicle Review: (4.5 reviews)

2018 Mazda MX-5 Miata Grand Touring

$24,998* 14K Miles


CarMax Virginia Beach $149 Shipping • VA to VA

Key Features
Soft Top, Leather Seats, Front Seat Heaters, Navigation System, Alloy Wheels, Satellite Radio Ready
Location: CarMax Virginia Beach in Virginia Beach, Virginia 23452
Description: Used 2018 Mazda MX-5 Miata Grand Touring for sale - $24,998, 13,057 miles with Soft Top, Leather Seats, Front Seat Heaters, Navigation System, Alloy Wheels, Satellite Radio Ready
Transmission: Manual 6 Speed Color:Gray Interior Color: Black Average Vehicle Review: (0 reviews)

Reviews for Mazda Sports Cars

Overall Rating

4.7 out of 5(496 reviews)

Lots of fun in a small package

This review is for a 2006 Mazda MX-5. I purchased this vehicle to drive during the summer season, and retained my truck for repair and use during the winter. Initially, the thought was for a motorcycle, but my true desire is road racing, so I opted for a sports car. During discussions with co -workers the statement was made, "if you're getting a car, at least get a convertible." Contemplating this, I thought, "why not?" My first choice was for a Mustang, but these are hard to come by with a manual transmission. During my on line search, I decided to open the search to just convertibles, which returned numerous selections. While reviewing these, four options for the Mazda Miata came back. I had seen this vehicle in the past, thinking how nice the car looked. Again, thinking out loud, I said," give it a shot !" I began calling on these four cars. The first was sold very shortly after my search started. Two of the remaining three were somewhat older than I was looking to purchase. The fourth, the car I purchased was newer, with more miles than I thought it should have, but decided to look at it anyway. When I went to see the car, my first thought was that this was much smaller than the photographs depicted. I am a "big" person, (5'9", 300lbs) and I wasn't sure I would fit comfortably. I started to walk away, but decided to test drive the car. My initial entrance into the car was awkward. Again, this is a two seat sports car. This is not a midsize or truck. Once in the vehicle, I felt somewhat cramped. Again, my thought was that I was too big. I went ahead with the test drive. The car is equipped with a 2.0 litre four cylinder engine mated to a five speed manual transmission. I have driven stick shift vehicles all my life. Many people tell me I'm nuts. When ordering my last vehicle, (2000 Dodge Dakota) the dealer thought I was crazy for ordering the stick. Bottom line is, I'm paying for it, so I get what I desire. My first start with the Mazda killed the engine. Where most vehicles the clutch has some room off the floor, the Mazda starts to grab right from the start. Once I got the car started again, we were off. The car accelerates well. the four cylinder engine produces plenty of power to move the light weight body. Even in fifth gear at highway speed, you can step on the accelerator and the car takes off. The transmission shifts smoothly and cleanly. It was a huge difference from my truck transmission, ( long throw on the stick). The car has a very short shift throw. You can bang through the gears by just using your wrist. Ride comfort is good. Many people who have rode with me comment that the ride is smooth, not bumpy or stiff as they might suspect for this type of car. I have to agree. The car handles very well. I have taken this car on two 'long' trips ( 700 mile each) and find the car comfortable to ride in. One trip was through some very curvy terrain. The car hugs through corners. It was very enjoyable to imagine racing through a road course, cornering hard, slamming through the gears, winding the engine up as you crest a hill, then get hard on the binders and start downshifting again. Gas milage is great. I have been getting 27 mpg in town, and 32 mpg during my long drives. Gas milage could probably be better on the road, but I can't seem to refrain from letting the car wind up and run. As time has passed, I have become very comfortable in the car. It is still awkward to get into with the top up, but the whole idea is to have the top down as much as possible. If you are looking for something that can save you some gas, and is fun to drive, I would recommend one of these Miatas. I have had numerous compliments on the looks of the car. Once you have one, you will start to notice all of the other Miatas runnig around that you didn't see before. I have been surprised by this fact, and am looking forward to joining a Miata club to share the fun.

- Left Hand Mike, 2006 Mazda MX-5-Miata

Great little sports car

Fun to drive, good fuel economy, reliable. This is my second Miata, they make great commuter cars as well as fun weekend toys - they're reliable, the handling is great, and the look good. They are smaller than a typical sedan, so they don't have a lot of interior space or luggage space. Obviously, you should make sure you fit comfortably and can see out of it before buying. Similarly if you have to haul kids around, or a lot of parcels every day, then a two seat roadster might not be the right car for you. Fuel economy is pretty good, I'm getting mid-20's to low 30's depending on how much town and open road driving I'm doing. It's not the highest mpg rating but it's pretty good for a sports car.

- Doug Williams, 2014 Mazda MX-5-Miata

This car is gorgeous and a blast to drive

- Beautiful styling outside and in - Awesome hard-top that doesn't take away any of the (already limited) space - This car sticks to the road like crazy. Driving it on switchbacks in Malibu and in the San Gabriel Mountains was a complete blast. - The only affordable and reliable (check Consumer Reports) convertible on the market

- Brian Ulm, 2008 Mazda MX-5-Miata

This price does not include tax, title, and tags. Additional fees may also apply depending on the state of purchase.