A Closer Look at the 2019 Mazda MX-5 Miata 30th Anniversary Edition

For some, a car is just a means of transport, but for others, it is a lifestyle. Therefore while some people will go for anything that can help them move from point A to B, others look at other details such as the technology that comes with the vehicle. For anyone enthusiastic about cars, the Mazda MX-5 Miata is among the vehicles worth considering especially since it affords you the luxury of driving a sports car at a lower price. Besides, the 2019 edition has a few perks of its own including a four-cylinder engine with an increased horsepower of 181 So, to help you decide which one to buy, here is a closer look into the 2019 Mazda MX-5 Miata 30th anniversary edition.

Pricing

Money is the final determiner of what you end up with since unless you are willing to get credit for luxurious things, you need to afford something for you to buy it. The Mazda MX-5 Miata extends you three options depending on what you are willing to part with; the sports car goes for $26,625, the Club for $30,485 and the most expensive is the Grand Touring going for $31,675. They also have the soft-top and hardtop models, but the Club trim has undergone performance upgrade to give the vehicle a sports suspension and enhanced capability. Of course, if you prefer a racing model, then you should be willing to do whatever it takes since only 500 will be available for sale in the United States.

Color

Color transforms everything, and it has done the same for the 30th edition of the Mazda MX-5 Miata. It has a Racing Orange paint explicitly developed for this edition, and it represents a new dawn, symbolic of the sun. The orange color goes beyond the brakes to the air vents, piping, and stitching, door, dashboard, and shifter.

Wheels and accessories

This 30th-anniversary edition also has 17-inch Rays ZE40 forged aluminum wheels. Although this set of wheels was developed specifically for the Miata, the design is based on the MX-5Cup race car wheels. Instead of leather, New Alcantara trim is on the dashboard, door panels and seats. The serial number of the vehicle is set on a badge which you can find on the quarter-panel in front of the rear wheel on the driver’s side.

Mechanical parts

There are no changes in the mechanical parts, but that does not compromise on the performance of the vehicle. You can explore the high-revving engine with the help of easy-to-shift manual transmission that encourages steady acceleration. In just 5.7 seconds, you can accelerate the soft-top model from zero to 60 mph with the heavier hardtop model requiring 5.8 seconds to achieve the same acceleration. Unfortunately, when riding over a series of bumps, you might not enjoy the ride as it gets bumpy. However, that is one of the few downsides, and it is quickly overshadowed by the myriad upsides including the light tactile steering which lets the driver know what the front tires are up to and facilitates immediate response.

Interior

If you’re thinking about buying a car to help you ferry some goods, then this may not be the right car for you since it has limited cargo space. However, if you are seeking to enjoy a ride with another person, then there is plenty of room. Driving can be boring, and the Miata takes care of this with an infotainment system that allows for Bluetooth connectivity for streaming audio and phone. You also get to enjoy listening to your CD since each model comes with a CD player. Still, not to worry if you forgot your CDs because it has HD radio compatibility.

Safety

The MX- Miata is yet to undergo testing by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety and National Highway Traffic Safety Administration making it difficult to determine how prone it is to crash. However, it has safety features that include blind-spot monitoring, lane-departure warning, and low-speed automated emergency braking, traffic-sign recognition and rear cross-traffic alert.

Warranty

You get to enjoy a warranty covering three years or 36,000 miles. It also has a power train warranty that extends to 5-year coverage or 60,000 miles. However, maintaining it will be upon you entirely since it does not offer any complimentary scheduled maintenance.


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