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1994 Mazda Miata on 2040-cars

US $4,700.00
Year:1994 Mileage:160000 Color: Red /
 Black
Location:

Crossville, Tennessee, United States

Crossville, Tennessee, United States
Transmission:Automatic
Engine:1.6, 4 cylinder
Body Type:Convertible
Vehicle Title:Clear
For Sale By:Private Seller
Condition:

Used

VIN (Vehicle Identification Number)
: JM1NA3539R0516393
Year: 1994
Exterior Color: Red
Make: Mazda
Interior Color: Black
Model: MX-5 Miata
Number of Cylinders: 4
Trim: 2 door convertible
Drive Type: RWD
Mileage: 160,000
Sub Model: MX-5

 1994 Mazda Miata MX-5 convertible, red exterior, black cloth interior, paint and exterior in very good condition.  Black

convertible top in excellent condition.  Automatic transmission.  Starts, runs, drives excellent.  Tires are vey good with

85% tread.  Cold Air Conditioning, that works perfectly.  160K miles, engine was professionally redone at 130K miles.

Very nice Miata convertible.

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Mazda refurbishing this NFL running back's 22-year-old daily driver

Thu, 10 Oct 2013 13:27:00 EST

I don't actually care for the Washington Redskins (which is a good thing, considering the start to their season this year), but I love their running back, Alfred Morris. Why? Well, to start with, Morris helped deliver a dominating 10-3 season for my fantasy football team last year after a flash of prescience saw me pick him up off the waiver wire in Week 1 (hit me up on Twitter if you need fantasy sports insight, guys, I'm sort of like the Ruxin of Autoblog).
Morris is also pretty endearing because of his loyalty to his car, Bentley. Hold up - that's not to say the running back has splashed out on a Continental GT or a Flying Spur. No, Morris gave his much-loved 1991 Mazda 626 the tongue-in-cheek name "Bentley" while he was still a student at Florida Atlantic. One 1,613-rushing-yard rookie season and a $2.2-million contract later, and Morris is still using his Mazda as his daily driver. It might be easy to assume that the young player is simply being really prudent with all of his newfound wealth, but the guy really just has a thing for his five-speed-manual 626.
And Mazda, of course, loves the story of Morris' affection. In an effort to keep his 626 running strong and looking good, the company's Washington D.C.-area dealers have agreed to refurbish Bentley back to its original showroom freshness. Rather than spoil the classic (?) lines of the 626, the Mazda folks are essentially restoring the car for Morris. The cracked dash will be swapped out for a factory replacement, the engine and transmission given a thorough going-over and the whole vehicle generally made as fresh as Will Smith circa 1991. Bentley is expected to be completed and rolling through the capitol city by October 15, and in the meantime, Morris has been driving around in a new 2014 Mazda6 loaner car.

2014 Mazda6: Winter's End Update

Mon, 14 Apr 2014 11:57:00 EST

The Winter Without End is seemingly dead. Outside my office windows, my brown and yellow lawn is fully exposed to the increasingly powerful sunshine, the morning birdsong is louder than anything until the garbage trucks start rolling, and I'm seriously considering having the summer tires put back on my personal fleet. That last one is a little scary, as I'm a firm believer in the April Snow Jinx, but you get the idea.
The long-term Mazda6 has also long since left my driveway. Looking back on my notes from the time it was in my charge, however, I see all remarks are dominated by one highlighted section at the top: "worst winter drive of all time." I hardly need the reminder, to be honest. Here's what happened.
When the Mazda showed up at my door, we'd already fitted the thing with its new winter rubber: Bridgestone Blizzaks. Plunking down for dedicated snow tires was a near necessity this year - as it almost always is in Michigan. We didn't see much reprieve from snow-choked, iced over roads here in Ann Arbor, and the knobbier rubber proved invaluable in getting me out of my house time and again.

Top Gear recounts the fiery demise of the Mazda Furai

Mon, 02 Dec 2013 13:56:00 EST

This past September we reported on Top Gear's destruction of the Mazda Furai, one of the finest concept cars to ever grace an auto show stage. It turns out that the Furai, which was burned nearly beyond recognition at the hands of the British magazine, was actually destroyed back in 2008, and that the entire thing had been covered up for five long years.
Now, a few months after publishing that heart-wrenching composite of a half-baked Furai (shown above), the lads at TG have published their account of just what resulted in a priceless concept car being transformed into a smoking hulk on a Suffolk runway. Click over to read the full story about just what happened, along with pictures of the Furai before, during and after the inferno.