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2014 Mazda MX-5 Miata – Video Review

2014 Mazda MX-5 Miata

Who says you have to spend 50 grand for the order to have a summer roadster?

While others have fallen into the water, Mazda Miata stands alone in an affordable, two-seat convertible arena.

As Mazda saves entirely new 2016 models will be taking a final spin in this third-generation MX-fifth

With simultaneous global events that are planned in Japan, Spain and the U.S.,

Mazda will soon introduce the next Miata … a car that will share their background with the following Alfa Romeo Spyder.

But until then we will enjoy this current model, the last redesign of the 2005th

2014 Mazda MX-5 Miata

Much has changed in the car without the past nine years and Miata proudly ignored most of it.

He recently caused the Pontiac Solstice and Saturn Sky, this rear-wheel drive roadster with a naturally aspirated 4-cylinder engine is now in a class of its own.

With its series production quarter century and the beginning of the MSRP for the 2014 MX-5 Sport Convertible for the $ 24,515 it’s no wonder that the holder of the Guinness World Records as the best-selling two-seat roadster on the planet.

Miata is and always will be about pure driving pleasure.

And for the same reasons as auto-crossers to love the track, you’ll love it here on the winding road.

This car was never for speed freaks.

Its 167-hoprsepower and 140-feet of torque manipulated through a close-ratio, short-throw six-speed manual good for 0-to-60mph time by nearly seven seconds.

Induction Sound Enhancer food howling 2.0-liter is closer to the cabin for the better volume, adding to the perception of the speed of your car.

With an aluminum hood and other bulk-reduction savings, this car weighs 2593 pound neat.

Other transfers include Manual 5-speed based on the MX-5 Sport and optional six-speed automatic.

Pricing for the this model starts at $ 29,460

As we eagerly await your car in Chapter 4, this is your last chance to grab a car that is as unique as the company that makes it.

And that, more power next time around would certainly be appreciated.

Video Source : TestDriveNow

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