Used 2016 Mazda MX-5 Miata Prices

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2016 model year changes

The Mazda MX-5 gets a ground up redesign for 2016. Now in its fourth generation, the MX-5 Miata has been charming buyers with its no frills approach to fun since the late 1980s. The newest MX-5 keeps with tradition by focusing on agility, lightness and a fun driving experience over all else. The Miata has always been one of the most pure driving experiences available and this newest iteration is no different.

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Tossable handling; sharp styling; convertible top; easy on the wallet; good fuel economy

Special features for 2016

Part of the charm of the MX-5 has always been its low cost of entry and the 2016 model continues the tradition of attainable fun. With a base price below $25,000, the MX-5 Miata undercuts rivals such as the Scion FR-S and the Subaru BR-Z. The Miata is also one of the least expensive convertibles on the market.


The MX-5 Miata by Mazda is back with a new body style, sleeker interior and exterior and a new engine. Stacked nicely in the base trim, buyers will get 16” alloy wheels, cloth retractable top, fog lamps, rear glass window, cloth upholstery, tilt-only steering wheel, powered side mirrors and six-speaker sound system. Upgrades can add 17” wheels, sport treated fascias, all-powered accessories, remote entry, media enhanced steering wheel, premium Bose audio system, sport-tuning with Bilstein shocks and sport suspension, xenon headlamps, Bluetooth/iPod/USB integration, remote start and more. Under the hood is Mazda’s new Skyactiv engine version, a four-cylinder that makes 155 horsepower and 145 pound-feet of torque.