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2006 Mazda Miata Mx-5 Grand Touring Convertible, Low Miles. on 2040-cars

US $12,400.00
Year:2006 Mileage:40231
Location:

Portales, New Mexico, United States

Portales, New Mexico, United States

This MX-5 has been garaged kept. I never driven it in rain or snow.  Well maintained!

The options and features include:

Steering wheel with cruse control and stereo control built in 

Dual front airbags w/passenger deactivation switch,

Side-impact torso & head airbags,

3-point seat belts-inc: pretensioners & force limiters,

Side-impact door beams,

Leather-trimmed bucket seats-inc: reclining,

forward/back slide feature,

integrated headrests,

Driver left foot rest,

Black gauges-inc: white lettering, silver trim rings, red nighttime illumination, Instrumentation-inc: tachometer, coolant temp,

oil pressure, fuel level, Warning lamps-inc: airbags, battery, brake, engine, fuel, high-beam, oil, and seat belt,

Air conditioning,

Pwr windows w/driver one-touch-down feature,

Glass rear window w/defogger, Front side window demisters, Remote releases-inc: trunk lid,

fuel door,

hood,

Bose Stereo system with CD and Sirius satellite radio compatible audio system,

Rear fender mounted antenna,

 Locking glove box,

Coin holder, (2) cup holders, 12V pwr outlet,

Faux leather door trim inserts w/silver door handles,

 Front door storage pockets w/bottle holders,

Silver door speaker rings,

Locking rear center console,

Driver & passenger-side covered back storage panels,

Day/night rearview mirror,

 Front covered visor vanity mirrors, Courtesy windshield header lamp w/dimming,

Trunk light,

Leather-wrapped shift knob w/silver ring,

Black urethane parking brake handle, Driver seatback storage pocket, Silver seatback bar trim,

Rear pkg tray,

Aluminum hood & trunk lid,

Black or tan cloth manual z-shape folding convertible top

Comes with new front Bra, Factory floor mats and car cover


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2016 Mazda MX-5 Miata won't get power folding hardtop

Thu, 11 Sep 2014 10:15:00 EST

Following the reveal of the 2016 Mazda MX-5 Miata, more and more details (and rumors - oh, the rumors) are coming out regarding exactly what's in store when the car finally goes on sale. Our own Chris Paukert had plenty to say about the exterior and interior, and we've now seen the first photo of the engine. But a new report from Automobile sheds even more light on the 2016 Miata - specifically, that the power folding hardtop model won't be available, at least initially.
Automobile reports that the 2016 MX-5 will only be offered with a cloth top, and an insider confirmed that the mechanism is light and accessible enough that it can be raised and lowered with one hand from inside the car. Mazda officials would not comment on the availability of a hardtop in the coming years.
That said, a hardtop Miata isn't out of the question. There will likely be some sort of fixed roof available - even as a one-piece, lift-off accessory - if only for club racing. Also, remember that the current NC Miata's hardtop is the only one on the market that doesn't take up any additional trunk space, so it's an attractive proposition for buyers. Currently, the power hardtop is only offered on the Club and Grand Touring MX-5 Miata trims.

25th Anniversary Edition Mazda MX-5 Miata sells out in 10 minutes

Wed, 21 May 2014 08:45:00 EST

Looking to buy one of the limited-edition 25th Anniversary Mazda MX-5 Miata roadsters? Well, you're too late. According to Mazda, all 100 examples of the darling two-seater have sold out - and it only took 10 minutes.
On Tuesday, Mazda opened its pre-order site for the limited-run Miata, and had intended to keep the site running until May 31, or until 250 customers were registered, whichever came first. Just 10 minutes later, 250 people had signed up. Now, Mazda will contact those folks, and the first 100 that are verified will be given the opportunity to pre-order the unique MX-5. "Upon verification of purchase intent and transmission selection, the customer's information will then be forwarded to the dealership of their choosing to finalize the transaction," Mazda said in a press release.
The 2015 MX-5 Miata 25th Anniversary Edition models will arrive at dealers this summer, retailing for $32,205 with the six-speed manual, or $32,655 for those desiring the automatic transmission. Based on the PRHT (Power Retractable Hard Top) model, the limited-edition Miata adds Bilstein shocks, a Soul Red metallic paint job (the same found on the gorgeous Mazda6) with a contrasting black roof, gunmetal wheels and an off-white leather interior. Special badging will be found inside the car, and buyers will also be treated to a custom-crafted Tourneau watch and a display winder box.

2016 Mazda MX-5 Miata first in-car observations

Sun, 07 Sep 2014 10:58:00 EST

We've had few days to digest the all-new 2016 Mazda MX-5 Miata since the roadster was first revealed on Wednesday evening when we offered you our first impressions. Since that time, we've gone back and looked at the car a number of times in person here in California, and we've even seen it briefly run under its own power (okay, it was more of a saunter). What we didn't get the chance to do at the reveal, however, was sit inside the car. We've since been able to remedy that, and while we haven't been allowed to drive the new roadster, we do have some initial in-car impressions to share with you.
First, the location and feel of the major controls is quite excellent. The three-spoke steering wheel is an MX-5 specific item - it's not shared with any other Mazda. That's vital, because others would likely be too big in diameter or have the wrong rim thickness. The wheel's redundant controls seem to be well laid out and the airbag boss is very small. The column tilts, but unfortunately and somewhat inexplicably, it still doesn't telescope.
Pedals are well-spaced, and the six-speed manual has the same short throws and positive engagement that we've come to know and love.