wow, you must be the only one... but after seeing the celica on your picture... Im not surprised :gap:pedram1370 said::wtf: :scared: i hate MX-5/ miatas :bang:
They had 89-97, 99-05, and 06+ (there is no 98 Miata so if someone tries to sell you one, they're scamming you)Carbonized_GT said:
i wouldn't really call a PRHT a coupe, but i too have thought about this one or the ragtop.marc said:They had 89-97, 99-05, and 06+ (there is no 98 Miata so if someone tries to sell you one, they're scamming you)
NONE of you people realized this simple fact
There already IS a Miata Coupe for sale, IN THE UNITED STATES
I recently looked into one (because Watkins Glen won't let you go on their track without a hard top) but the leases on them are insane - I pay $340 for my Z4 - they wanted $440 with $2500 down for the PRHT - the reason is simply that they are in such demand there is no reason to incentivize the lease whatsoever.
It was simply an awesome, awesome car - so much fun to drive and so perfectly balanced. Not a lot of power but you don't need much to have a blast in these cars.
The softop is leasing for $199/month, the hardtop is going for $440/month.Gas-n-Grease said:i wouldn't really call a PRHT a coupe, but i too have thought about this one or the ragtop.
edmunds: FULL STORY
Amazing reflexes, cornering grip and steering precision; ride comfort trade-off not as severe as expected.
What Needs Work:
No increase in horsepower because it's built to restrictive stock-class racing rules; a price tag only a serious racer could justify.
The MS-R package demonstrates just how much more handling can be squeezed out of the already-brilliant MX-5 Miata with careful suspension tuning. Hey, how about a full-factory version?
* 166-hp 2.0-liter inline-4 engine
* 5-speed manual transmission
* Track-tuned suspension
* Limited-slip differential
The Best-Handling Miata You'll Never Buy
edmunds: FULL STORY
Still unique, still important and still great.
* 170-hp 2.0-liter inline-4
* 6-speed manual transmission
* Revised 6-speed automatic transmission
* Retuned suspension
Whenever you speak with Kijima, you cannot complete more than a few sentences without him mentioning "lightweight sports." But as we inquired whether this philosophy of minimalism can survive the modern era, he replied, "Don't be surprised if the next-generation MX-5 is even smaller and lighter than this one. The market demands it and so do we."