Liquid Silver Metallic 2015 Mazda Miata Club RWD 6-Speed Automatic Sport 2.0L I4 DOHC VVT 16V Black W/Red Stitch.
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* If you desire a 2-seat roadster with the charm of an old British MG, plus the reliability and modern conveniences of, well, a Mazda, look no further than the 2015 Miata. That this convertible starts under $25,000 only adds to its appeal. Source: KBB.com
* The 2015 Mazda MX-5 Miata combines a sleek design, superb handling, and reliability. Experience the exhilaration of a vehicle that is fun to drive, agile, and anticipates your every move. No wonder it is the bestselling roadster of all time and perfect for people that want the sports car experience. Mazda is able to build a lighter weight automobile using aluminum in the engine block, cylinder head, hood, trunklid, and front suspension control arms. The weight is approximately 2500 lbs, and maintains a balance of front-to-rear distribution at 52/48, which contributes to the nimble handling. The manual transmission has 167hp @ 7000rpm, which is plenty for the lighter weight Miata. Automatic transmission is also available rated at 158hp @ 6700rpm. You might expect the cost to reflect the use of aluminum, but the Miata remains affordable and a fantastic bargain. If you want value and reliability but don't want to sacrifice the fun of driving, this is the car for you. Available with a Power Soft Top or easy to use Power Retractable Hard Top you can enjoy the open-air feeling that is part of the driving experience of the Miata. And, with an EPA estimate of 21/28, you can afford to enjoy driving without worrying about the gas tank. Select from one of three trims, Sport, Club, or Grand Touring. There are also plenty of options available on higher trims if that is what you want. Just because it is a race car, it doesn't mean you can't have all the bells and whistles. Source: The Manufacturer Summary
* Fun to drive; precise steering and handling; enjoyable manual transmission; smartly designed soft and hard tops; low price; low operating costs. Source: Edmunds