2007 Mazda MX-5 MIATA
There are 3 user reviews for the Sport Power Retractable Hardtop trim shown below
- Great on gas, love the power hard top
- A little too noisy to use cell phone, but then again, I shouldn't be talking on the phone while driv
This is my second MX-5. My first, a Y2K special edition, was totaled by getting rear ended by an 18 wheeler. Into the back of another 18 wheeler. I was the meat in an 18 wheeler sandwich.
BTW, to the guy who said they have no resale value, I got $10,000 for my 7 year old MX-5 with over 140,000 miles on it. I don't think that's too shabby.
The 2007's are a little more generous on space, although it isn't so great for tall people or people with long legs. It does okay with fat people. (I'm a fat people)
I love these cars and can't see myself without one....read morehide
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- Smooth & tight ride, lively performance, great appearance, no fuss power hardtop
- Needs more interior storage nooks & crannies, lost the behind seat cubbies with the hard top
Looked for an upgrade on my �91. Peeked at a �01 and �03. Always liked the retractable since I first saw it in Oct. �06.
Checked the local dealers inventory thru the MazdaUSA site and spotted an �07 Sport Retractable Hardtop in Stormy Blue Mica � Gorgeous. Went out at lunchtime the next day and bought it, picked it up the next day. No regrets, no remorse.
Moving up to the retractable also adds the convenience pkg. � fog lights, cruise, keyless entry, steering wheel audio controls. Nice ride, still takes the turns head on, lively performance. Reasonable pricing given the performance, equipment level, and reliability history. Looking forward to some long rides....read morehide
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- 0-60MPh in 6.5, top end 127MPH, hugs the road, turns heads, 28MPG
- none yet
Value is a given, as other comprompable roadsters are inferior in performance and reliability. The MX5 remake in 06 provides a bigger, roomier, unified body. The only car within $15K that delivers the goods, in my mind, is the Porche Boxster. Is it any wonder the MX5 made the cover of Consumer Reports for March 07? I did my homework--check out Car and Driver for greater affirmation. I'm sold! Oh yes, don't forget the 50,000 mi/4 year bumper to bumper. In the last 20 years for me it has been Toyota or Honda--Mazda MX5 recreates the TR6 experience with the greater room and reliability....read morehide
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