The 4th Generation Mazda MX-5 is all new from the inside out. It's smaller and lighter than the previous model and still retains the perfect sports car balance and fun factor. If you liked the old MX-5, you'll love driving this new one.
Going back to basics has paid off for Mazda, as an already excellent car is now better in almost every way.
The Mazda Mata is an icon in the auto industry and this latest 4th generation MX-5 Miata roadster goes back to basics, yet is right up to date in technology. Summer fun in a convertible.
Now in its fourth generation, the latest MX-5 Miata sticks to the successful fun-to-drive roadster formula, but adds more room and features. Lighter, shorter, and less powerful, it avoids the industry trend of bulking up.
Driving the 2016 Mazda MX-5 Miata to learn if 155 HP in a sports car is enough, and listen to the official Miata Nerd & Engineer of Mazda North America, Dave Coleman, to understand the impact the major changes to this ND Mazda Miata â€“ including being smaller, lower and lighter than the NC MX5 Miata.
The latest iteration of Mazdaâ€™s famed and legendary roadster, the Miata. Considering the last generation model debuted nearly 10 years ago. The new Miata, featuring a 2.0l engine outputting 155 hp and 148 lb-ft of torque, aims to accomplish what made the original Miata such a good car, but is it actually better than the first, second, and third generation cars?