2007 Mazda MX-5 MIATA
There are 4 user reviews for the Touring Power Retractable Hardtop trim shown below
- great handling
very good value and performance, i would recomed this car to anyone who is looking for a convertable
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- Great Car to Drive
I just took delivery of my MX5 Roadster 2 weeks ago in Perth Australia, I ordered the car in November last year so it took near on 5 months from order to delivery, I am not a person who waits for something, but i am glad i did, it is everything and more than what i imagined, it has power, it has comfort, it has style, the electric roof is so easy to operate and quick, when i get out of the car to do what i have to, i push the button and it becomes secure, I liked the idea of the hard top for the security reason, well if some one wants to break in, they will, but at least with the hard top, it makes it that little bit harder,
When driving the car, it performs well and sounds great, it feels like it is part of the road, it handles well.
This is my 1st convertable and i love it, I bought the Mazda because i purchased a Mazda 6 Luxury Sports for my wife 18 months ago and that is also a magnificent car, i just think that Mazda are on the right track as far as deigning and building cars go, keep it up Mazda....read morehide
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- Good compromise between street and track - good value for the dollar - good resale value.
- It is not a mid engine configuration - the automatic option - lack of paddle shifters..
The Miata has been a favorite since its introduction - and the new model raises the bar. Power to weight is excellent. Top down driving is superb. The street version lacks the poise and handling of a mid engine roadster - although it is more than adequate for assertive driving - and Mazda does offer a factory prepared SCCA version. The Miata offers generous trunk space - compared with the defunct Toyota MR2 Spyder. The Miata 6 speed is the way to go - although not as good as MR2s excellent paddle shifters. The MR2 offers a great used car option - for those who would like to save $10,000. The MR2 third demise is a puzzle - and there is no such concern with the Miata. The new model should expand the Miata's popularity - and a model that Mazda will clearly support. Supply does not seem to be a problem - except with the anticipated 'hard top' option....read morehide
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- handling,steering,comfort,performance,power top is cool and effective,a definite head turner .
- still some road noise, but better. other than that nothing.
also great fuel economy, would recommend to anyone,ive had car 3 days, love it. ive had 1994, and 1999 miata nothing compares to the 2007. all my friends are envious.it is also a better highway cruiser.
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