The MX-5 rings in the official 25th anniversary for Miata, a feat rarely accomplished for any line of car, regardless the automaker. This two-passenger roadster earmarks its long tenure by offering the most agile and nimble version yet, with an elegantly, even if compact, designed interior and the salacious and compressed body style you know and love. Choose from three different trim levels: Sport, Club and Grand Touring. With the base model, you’ll get 16” alloy wheels, power accessories, six-speaker sound system, and CD player. Upgrade to a better trim level for power retractable hardtop (PRHT), fascia treatments on the rear, elegant exterior black trim, keyless entry, music controls on the steering wheel,
premium seven-speaker Bose sound system, sports-tuned suspension with Bilstein shocks, and a few other goodies like Bluetooth connectivity. The MX-5 is powered by a very capable two-liter four-cylinder engine that makes 167 horsepower
at 140 pound-feet torque. Buyers ought to consider upgrading from the standard three-year/36,000 mile bumper-to-bumper limited warranty to enjoy added protection.