I am selling my 2014 Mazda MX-5 Miata Grand Touring convertible. The car is a low mileage car with 2,824 miles. The paint is is free from blemishes or scratches as well as the interior is pristine. The car has the two tone Spicy Mocha and black leather interior and has the Jet Black exterior paint. The features of the car are; Power Retractable Hardtop17 Inch Alloy Wheels 205/45 17 tiresTilt Leather Steering wheel with cruise and audio controlsPower Door LocksRear center console storageDriver seat height adjusterMesh Aero BoardAuto Dimming rear view mirror With HOMELINKRemainder of 36 month / 36,000 bumper to bumper manufacturer warranty and 60 month / 60,000 mfg. power train warrantyTire pressure monitoring systemHalogen HeadlightsRear window defoggerFog lightsDual exhaust outletsAux input jackAM/FM/MP3/ 6 Disc CD ChangerBose 7 speaker Audio SystemRemote Keyless EntryHeated SeatsLeather shift knob and leather trimmed handbrakeTrip computerAutomatic Air ConditioningDSC & TCSDual Front and side AirbagsAnti-theft Engine ImmobilizerSide Impact Door BeamsWheel LocksI had bought this car last year thinking that I would want a small sports car and I have since decided that I am not a sports car / roadster kind of guy. It is garage stored and has been for the winter. The car received it's first service at the Dealer where I had bought it earlier this spring (about 60 miles ago).
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Auto blogWed, 19 Nov 2014 20:30:00 EST
We're not going to lie to you. The reason you're seeing the fourth-generation Mazda MX-5 Miata on these pages again is solely because this is the first time we're seeing the roadster displayed in a color other than the ruby shade it was first shown in. Okay, okay, so this is the first time the Miata is being displayed at a North American auto show other than SEMA, and we'd say that this is the first time Mazda is showing a US-spec model, but clearly this is a right-hand-drive car. Either way, there's still not much to it yet, especially since Mazda is still withholding power and performance figures.
As expected, the ND Miata, as it is already known among the cognoscenti, will receive a 2.0-liter Skyactiv four-cylinder and the buyer's choice of a six-speed manual or a six-speed automatic here in the US. The 1.5-liter model engine that had been linked to the car back in the rumormill stage will not make it to our showrooms.
Preliminary specifications still show the Miata measuring just 154.1 inches in length overall, with an increased track width to 68.1 inches and a low, low overall height of 49.0 inches. Despite the larger-displacement engine and its presumably heavier weight, Mazda is still claiming ideal 50:50 weight distribution and a weight loss of over 220 pounds versus today's NC generation. All of which sounds like the Miata has the right ingredients to make good on its promised Jinba Ittai ("rider and horse as one") driving experience.
The 2015 Mazda2 is quite high up on our must-drive list. Yes, the teeny, tiny successor to the 100-horsepower five-door is worth getting excited over, largely because the previous generation was one of the absolute best smiles-per-dollar values on the market.
While we eagerly await for our opportunity to take to the 2's helm, our expectations of the new car have just been heightened thanks to its win in Japan's Car of the Year competition. Called "Demio" in the land of the rising sun, Japanese journalists handed out Mazda's second COTY award since the CX-5 took the title in 2012.
In more surprising news, the new Jeep Cherokee has made the list of 10 Best Cars in Japan. The Jeep's triumph marks the first time an American car has cracked the top ten, finishing eighth. It's not, however, the first Fiat Chrysler vehicle to snag the title, following in the footsteps of the Alfa Romeo Giulietta and Fiat Panda. Still, the fact that an American brand can make such impressive inroads into the traditionally tough-to-crack Japanese market is a seriously big deal.
The Chinese auto market is one of the most interesting in the world to look at. Its automakers appear to still be figuring things out and remain open to experimentation. For example, at this moment, you can buy new copies of all three generations of the Mazda6 from showrooms there.
Mazda joint-venture partner FAW recently introduced the latest generation to China as the Mazda6 Atenza, according to Just Auto. Yet buyers still have the option of getting the previous generation as well, which is sold as the Mazda6 Ruiyi. Obviously, that isn't too remarkable - companies in the US have briefly sold two generations of the same nameplate simultaneously for brief points in the past, and the practice is much more common in developing markets. However, Chinese consumers still have the third choice, too - the first-generation model that dates back to the early 2000s, is still on offer, known simply as Mazda6.
While it would be hard to imagine selling three generations of the same models at once in the US, the idea is an interesting one. We enjoyed our long-term test of the latest generation, and the previous models weren't bad cars either, so provided there's a healthy difference in pricing and marketplace confusion is limited by differing names, we can see it working. If nothing else, it's a fascinating illustration of how broad China's developing auto market really is.