Mazda Miata

Mazda Celebrates Millionth MX-5 Built

Mazda Celebrates Millionth MX-5 Built
Mazda has announced a milestone in MX-5 production with the millionth car rolling off the assembly line since production kicked off in April 1989. The MX-5/Miata is one of the most raced cars in the world with entire racing series dedicated to the nimble little roadster.
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MX-5 Roadster RS Racing Concept is the Factory Miata We Want

MX-5 Roadster RS Racing Concept is the Factory Miata We Want
Mazda is headed to the 2016 Tokyo Auto Salon to show off some concept cars and one of them needs to be built post haste. That car is the Roadster RS Racing Concept and it is a sinister looking black MX-5 with an aero kit trimmed in red.
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1500hp Miata RADBUL Drifts into Our Hearts

1500hp Miata RADBUL Drifts into Our Hearts
I am a sucker for a Miata track car. Few things are more satisfying that putting a beat down on a Camaro or Mustang driver, from behind the wheel of a little roadster with 100 horsepower at the wheels.
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After The Hype: The 2016 MX-5

After The Hype: The 2016 MX-5
Everyone loves to mention it. ‘Body roll.’ Apparently the car is so good, that it is judged mainly for the way it pitches into a corner. You know… suspension doesn’t have to be rock hard in order for a car to negotiate a curve.
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2016 Mazda MX-5 RS Japan Bound Only

2016 Mazda MX-5 RS Japan Bound Only
In the US, all 2016 MX-5 models get the 2.0L 155hp four-cylinder engine. In other parts of the world, a smaller 1.5L 129hp engine is also available. Mazda has a special version of the MX-5 offered in Japan only that has some cool go fast bits and awesome new seats inside for drivers.
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RingBanana: The Little Miata That Did

RingBanana: The Little Miata That Did
Earlier this month, I talked a bit about a beat up little yellow Mazda Miata that some guys had purchased for 1000 Euros (~$1125 USD), dubbed the RingBanana. Their objective was to make the car hit a 9:00 flat time on the Nürburgring, with as little money invested as possible.
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First Drive Review: 2016 Mazda MX-5 Miata

First Drive Review: 2016 Mazda MX-5 Miata
Ever since it was first announced, I’ve been really excited about the 2016 Mazda MX-5 Miata. Its fresh new design has tremendous visual appeal, and Mazda managed to trim 150 pounds to get the car back to fighting weight after years of gradual bloat.
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2016 Mazda MX-5 Miatas Hit U.S. Shores

2016 Mazda MX-5 Miatas Hit U.S. Shores
We recently saw the first 2016 Mazda MX-5 Miatas as they left port in Japan for the U.S. I’m happy to report that the cars are now here in the states, and should soon be making their way to dealers and customers just as soon as they’re processed through the port.
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Mazda Pits 1990 Miata Against 2016 MX-5

Mazda Pits 1990 Miata Against 2016 MX-5
There are still a plethora of early Mazda Miata roadsters ripping around the streets. Those early NA cars are incredibly fun to drive at the track, despite them having very little power. Mazda worked hard to make the new 2016 MX-5 as fun to drive as the original car.
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The New Miata Is a Proper Featherweight

The New Miata Is a Proper Featherweight
The secret to the Miata’s – and the whole British roadster genre’s – awesomeness has nothing to do with power and everything to do with lightness. By being light, it takes way less force to change a car’s momentum.
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Flyin’ Miata Is Putting a V8 in the New Miata

Flyin’ Miata Is Putting a V8 in the New Miata
The Mazda Miata’s claim to fame is based entirely on being a perfectly balanced English-style roadster with Japanese reliability. What it isn’t know for is being powerful. The new 2016 Miata’s top spec engine only makes 155 hp.
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