|MPG||City 24 / Hwy 27|
|Engine||4 Cylinder Engine|
|Drive Train||Rear wheel drive|
Ever since Mazda introduced the Miata as an early 1990 model, it's officially been known as the MX-5 Miata. Most sports-car fans, however, simply called it the Miata. The roadster has finally been redesigned after its debut for the 1990 model year, and the Miata designation is gone. The two-seater is now dubbed MX-5. Mazda will, however, still use the MX-5 Miata name when advertising the car. Introduced in Switzerland at the Geneva Motor Show in March 2005, the MX-5 made its first North American appearance at the New York Auto Show a few weeks later. The 2006 MX-5 is larger than its predecessor but is similar to the original Miata in overall design and shape. The car's weight has increased by a mere 22 pounds. The new MX-5 is intended to be natural and lively in its reactions. For the first time, seat-mounted side-impact airbags are installed as standard equipment. A small run of 3rd Generation Limited models also was announced at the New York show. Only 3,500 will be available worldwide, and each will be identified by a numbered plate on the transmission tunnel and finished in Velocity Red Mica paint. Red leather seats are standard, and black leather is optional.
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