2015 Mazda MX-5 Miata Reviews and Ratings
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March 22, 2019
A great driving automobile
October 28, 2018
October 26, 2017
Owned 1 years 3 months
Everyone knows that the 2015 MX-5 Miata is fun to drive, but this pint-sized canyon carver is more practical than you might think. While cozy, the interior has just enough room for two slightly larger than average sized adults. The trunk is small, but shaped just right to hold a week's groceries my typical family, or several duffle bags for weekend adventures. The limited slip differential makes year round driving a definite possibility. The power retractable hard top goes up and down in about 12 seconds, and looks really good in either position. Unfortunately, you must keep the button pressed during the entire time the roof is in motion, unless you buy a certain aftermarket accessory that will make your top smart. As much fun as this roadster is, there are some downsides to consider. The seats in this car are marginal for regular driving, and truly miserable after about three hours. The Bose radio sounds nearly as good as a cheap clock radio. And the car is always noisy whether the top is up or down. On the rare occasions when I drive with the top up, I'm vexed by a large blind spot over my left shoulder, and power window switches that are just a bit too easy to accidentally activate when shifting gears. While there are no squeaks or rattles, certain interior pieces aren't aligned quite right, at least in my car. The dashboard isn't quite straight, and the glove box lid isn't quite square. As with most modern cars, the external panels align just about perfectly with reasonable gaps between. Driving this car is a blast. At 30 mph it feels like you're going about 50, and 50 feels like 75. The Miata always feels fast, but safe. Acceleration is decent (but don't plan on winning any impromptu stoplight races) and feels quicker than it is. Brakes are good. Steering is very precise. The manual transmission is quick and direct. This is a great car in which to learn how to drive a stick shift. You can get this car with an automatic transmission, but unless you're missing your left leg, the manual is the way to go. In the end, you buy a Miata because it's fun. For no extra money, you get a vehicle with just enough practicality that it might just be able to serve as your only car.
October 25, 2017
wonderful car, fun to drive, fuel efficient, reliable ,sporty , eye-catching, fast, good looking car I will buy again.
October 24, 2017
My 2016 Mazda MX-5 Miata really deserves at least six stars, but five will have to do, I guess. I had a 2015 for two years and loved every second of ownership; no problems whatsoever and more fun than anything I'd ever owned. Had I NOT had the 2015 I would not have been able to fully appreciate how my 2016 improves on it in every way imaginable! All I can say is WOW! Whatever you do, learn to drive a stick if necessary, because the 6-speed manual transmission is the ultimate in the fun department.
October 23, 2017
Owned 3 years 4 months
very sporty, heads turn when I drive buy. Very good to drive, Not the best for long trips, has no space for luggage..
October 23, 2017
Owned 2 years 10 months
great handling good looking vehicle, fun to drive, not a mid life car, but a great driving experience - little maintenance,
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