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What does the interior of the 2019 Mazda MX-5 Miata RF look like?
Have you been dying to get inside the 2019 Mazda MX-5 Miata RF, but haven’t found the time to come into Puente Hills Mazda for a test drive? Not to worry, you can view a 360-degree video of the 2019 Mazda MX-5 Miata RF interior below. Use your cursor to click and drag yourself around the video and don’t forget to schedule that test drive.
Mazda MX5 30th Anniversary Edition features revealed at 2019 Chicago Auto Show
It is fitting that the Mazda MX5 30th Anniversary Edition has been revealed at the Chicago Auto Show this year because three decades ago the original Mazda MX5 was showcased at the Chicago Auto Show as well. For those of us who cannot make it out to the Chicago Auto Show, we have compiled the information released on the Mazda MX5 30th Anniversary Edition features, and we have them here to share with our readers.
You can look at the spec sheets or read about a car in a trade magazine, but the best way to know how a car runs is to get behind the wheel and rev the engine a bit. Hearing those pistons start to fire and everything else work into gear will make your hair stand on end if it has enough power in it.
The anticipation always builds as it gets closer and closer to the release date for a new vehicle. That anticipation is doubled when it comes to luxury cars like Mazda. What’s new? What’s changed? Those questions and so many others surround the release of any new car.
If you have spent any time at all looking around a Mazda dealership, you may have noticed a that the MX-5 Miata comes in an RF form. What does that RF stand for? It’s actually pretty simple. So, the RF means “retractable fastback.” That is in reference to the car’s hard convertible top, as opposed to the standard model’s soft top. There you have it! Other than that, there aren’t any notable difference between the two models. Now, check out some pricing details of the upcoming 2019 Mazda MX-5 Miata RF. (more…)
Certain types of car drivers swear by manual transmissions. If it doesn’t have a stick shift, they don’t want to drive it. If that defines you, you might be wondering what Mazda models come with a manual tranny. The Mazda3 (sedan and hatchback), Mazda6, and Mazda MX-5 Miata all come with the option of having a SKYACTIV®-Drive automatic or a SKYACTIV®-MT manual transmission. The CX models only come available with SKYACTIV®-Drive automatic transmissions. Is there an advantage to having a manual transmission? Continue reading to find out. (more…)
The 2018 model of Mazda’s iconic two-seated roadster is here and it’s better than ever. Drivers have loved the Miata for its sporty design and compact nature, so its safety innovations often go overlooked. With such a small, fast, compact car, concerns over its safety are only natural. Continue reading to learn more about the safety technologies found on the new Mazda Miata. (more…)
A stick shift, which comes with a manual transmission, is the classic, fun way to drive a car. It can be a tricky thing to master, but once you do, your driving experience is far different than it would be with an automatic transmission. Let’s take a peek at what Mazda models come with an available manual transmission. (more…)
A sports car icon, the Mazda MX-5 Miata offers drivers a compact, fast ride. Its small body and two-seat interior truly epitomize everything we love about sports cars. The 2017 version of the Miata comes in three different trim levels, the Sport, Club, and Grand Touring. While the Miata is guaranteed to give you a sporty experience, what does it offer under the hood? Keep reading to learn more about the 2017 Mazda MX-5 Miata’s engine specifications. (more…)