It’s spring driving out now, meaning there are still months ahead where the roads will be clear and clean. There’s no better time to lean into a turn and enjoy the thrill of being behind the wheel of a vehicle built for zooming.
One of the all-time classic muscle cars, the Mazda Miata, still has the guts under the hood that made it such a legend, but the modern tech that runs through it takes it to another level indeed. Let’s take a closer look at the Mazda MX-5 soft top convertible, known more commonly as the Mazda Miata.
Different Trim Levels
The Mazda Miata is available in the GS, GS-P, and the GT trim. Actually, important features come standard with all levels of trim such as a Skyactiv-G 2.0 engine, and the horsepower and level of torque is equal across the board.
But the devil is in the details. The GT trim comes with a gunmetal finish alloy wheels. Lest you think all the enhanced features in the highest trim level are cosmetic, there’s also a Traffic Sign Recognition System in the GT, but not in the GS or GS-P.
Any Miata is a beautiful stylish car, but you can select the level of features which meet your needs, wants and budget. There’s available Mazda leasing in Toronto which is flexible and responsive, so find a dealership that works with you to help make the vehicle of your dreams more affordable.
Classic Sports Style
The mid-level GS-P model MX-5 Miata is available in a sports package which could make any auto aficionado drool. Featuring manual transmission with BBS wheels, red painted front and rear brake calipers, Brembo front brakes, and Recaro sport seats with Nappa Leather, this soft top convertible is the quintessential sports car.
For people looking to enjoy a driving experience in a vehicle designed for performance and grace that won’t break the bank, the Mazda MX-5 is a timeless choice.
A classic red sports car seems to exist outside of time, but they’re even hotter when they also seamlessly facilitate the latest technology. Now, you can get full use from your Android or Apple smartphone safely, with a voice-command system that lets you keep your hands on the wheel and your mind on the road.
Listen to music, navigate, or keep connected to family, friends and colleagues while driving in a way that’s safe and effortless.
Everyone on the road will be safer when you drive a convertible with Mazda’s famous i-Activsense technology that reads road conditions and helps the vehicle itself respond. If there’s a road hazard ahead, the driver will receive a warning, and the car itself will apply the brakes if the driver takes no corrective action.
The modern Mazda Miata embodies the features that make everybody’d head turn when a convertible zooms by, but it also has advanced technology to entertain drivers and passengers, and keep all road users safe. Impressive, indeed.