The 2018 Mazda Miata


Over the years, Mazda Miata fans have always enjoyed better and unique features with every new release of this model. The 2018 Mazda Miata is going to be first in the thoughts of sport car lovers. Especially when they think of getting themselves a new and inexpensive ride. The Miata has a totally new exterior and barely any changes on the inside. The Mazda Miata brings a new RF model with an optional hard-top roof which provides a beautiful cover when it folds. Well, with this new roofing you might be wondering how much of your luggage is going to be compromised. Worry no more because Mazda got you. The luggage space has not been compromised because only the upper part of the roof folds. This new ride braces the market with some kind of elegance, and you aren't going to fork a lot of bucks to have it.

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Which unique features stand out for the 2018 Mazda Miata?

New for the 2018 Mazda Miata include more power - 155 horsepower and 148 pound-feet of torque from Mazda's 2.0-liter Sky-active four-cylinder engine. The two-seat convertible includes a whole new body look and a hard top for some of its versions. It also includes more aluminum on a part of the roof, but this does not compromise at all on its looks and performance.

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How does the 2018 Mazda Miata perform?

The vehicle is powered by a sky active 2.-liter 4-tube graded at 155 horsepower and 148 pound-feet of torque that essentially generates more power when running at 5,800 rpm. The engine comes at a lighter weight that is capable of providing fast and stable performance.

This Miata can hit 5.9 seconds traveling at 60 mph. For the ND Miata, the digital transmission continues to be an optional feature. It can go for 27 mpg in the area and 34 mpg on the road with a gas economy of 27 miles per gallon city and 36 mpg highway. A six-speed manual transmission that comes standard for all models brings more fun to the drive.

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What trim levels does the 2018 Mazda Miata come with?

The 2018 Mazda Miata comes in three trim levels, the base Sport, Grand Touring, and Club. The club models will come standard with Dead Spot Monitoring and also Rear Cross Website Traffic Alert, despite their roofing system being an alternative. The price will range from $27,270 to $35,800 since there aren't too many changes from the previous car.

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How can we describe the exterior of the 2018 Mazda Miata?

The new hardtop roofing, referred to as the RF comes with a more complex roofing compared to the Miata we are used to. Yes, the other designs might still be identical to the models we are used to especially in regards to the front end, wheels and back end. When the roof folds, it designs two rear buttresses that form a Targa-top and not the regular convertible. To reduce weight, these buttresses are made of plastics and also serve to conceal the steel part of the roof majorly.

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How is the interior of the 2018 Mazda Miata?

The interior is mainly unchanged considering there is barely room for cargo. It still maintains the playful inside look that made the Mazda famous in the first place. The comfort is still there as well as a little bit more of technology. The seats appear to be slightly lower than those of the previous models, and the Steering is smaller. There is also a 9-speaker Bose audio system with HD Radio and USB audio input. Higher models come with leather upholstery, heated seats, rain sensors and integrated navigation.

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Are there any safety measures for the 2018 Mazda Miata?

Safety features that come standard for all models include front and side airbags, side-impact door beams and a Tire Pressure Monitoring system. Higher levels have Blind Spot Monitoring System, Rear Cross Traffic Alert, Lane Departure Warning system, Adaptive Front Lightning system, and High Beam control.

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