Tag: Mazda MX-5 / Miata

Mazda’s Entire Lineup Dresses In Festive Attire For 100th Anniversary

To mark its centenary, Mazda has unveiled a range of special edition models featuring a two-tone exterior/interior look inspired by the brand’s first car, the R360. Available for pretty much its entire lineup, the 100 Anniversary models feature white paint and a burgundy interior, plus unique badges. All 100th Anniversary Mazdas combine a Snowflake White […]

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Hellcat-Powered Mazda Miata Crashes While Leaving Car Meet

<!––> <!––> A well-known Mazda Miata powered by a 6.2-liter supercharged V8 Hellcat engine has been damaged after the driver accelerated away from a car show and lost control. The Miata, fondly known as ‘Hellkitty’ and featured on Hoonigan’s Donut Garage last year, is one truly wild ride with no less than 707 hp and […]

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America’s 2020 Mazda MX-5 Adds More Standard Safety Kit, Sport Suspension On GT Models

The 2020 Mazda MX-5 will arrive in dealerships this February, featuring a starting price of $27,500 (including a $920 destination and handling charge). The new model year introduces new color options to the range of Mazda’s popular roadster, as well as more safety kit as standard on the base Sport model. All models in the […]

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Mazda MX-5 Adds Tasty Updates For 2020MY, Including Gorgeous Polymetal Grey Paint

The Mazda MX-5 Miata (sold as the Roadster in Japan) will receive a number of updates as it enters its 31st year of production. Previewed at the Tokyo Motor Show last month, the 2020MY Mazda Roadster is available to order in its home market from December 5 and will go on sale in other markets […]

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Subaru Caught Testing Mystery BRZ Against Alpine A110 And Mazda MX-5

A slightly camouflaged Subaru BRZ was caught being benchmarked against the Alpine A110 and the Mazda MX-5, raising eyebrows for the model’s future plans. We’re not sure yet if Subaru is planning yet another facelift for the BRZ or a new special edition but the changes should be important enough for the engineers to bring […]

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From Copycats To Collectibles: Kaizen And The Rise Of The Japanese Auto Industry

This year’s Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance invited, for the second time, a historical appointment of Japanese cars. Many of the vehicles on display represent the rise of Japan’s auto industry in America, from the 1960s through the 1990s, and thus evoke strong nostalgia. It was Edward Loh, the editor in chief of MotorTrend, who had […]

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Road & Track’s 2020 Performance Car Of The Year Had A VERY Surprising Winner

As the year draws to an end, all shorts of “car of the year” competitions start to pop up. Many of them come from publications, and one of the most interesting is the one conducted by Road & Track. To crown their 2020 Performance Car of the Year, the editors brought 11 contenders to California’s […]

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