It comes with a neat and classy design and great performing engine specifications that will make you feel as if you are driving a race car on the city roads. The car has been designed for every day use and also to add a bit of glamor quotient.
There are plenty of attractive features that the 2017 Mazda Miata MX-5 has to offer its users.
If you felt that a lightweight design will not be possible in a roadster, you need to think again. The latest version of the Miata MX-5 roadster is very light on its feet. Despite being lightweight, it looks muscular and sturdy and also offers the power and the kick that you need. If you thought about how a car can undergo weight loss, then you will be happy to know that the car is made using high-grade and solid yet very light aluminum and ultra-high tensile steel. By using these materials, the weight of the MX-5 has dropped by 20% and this makes the car very light. By doing so, there is more power and energy that the engine gets than its previous version. There is no compromise on the stability and the road handling characteristics of the car, despite losing its weight. The one thing that has changed from the previous version is its driving dynamics and the car acceleration.
Another interesting feature that you will find on the Mazda Miata MX-5 cars is the 50/50 weight distribution of the car. This is what the Mazda engineers are known for and this is what you will find in the 2017 MX-5 version as well. With even weight distribution coupled with a lightweight body, the new version of MX-5 will offer you very smooth and connected driving experience. You will feel well in control of the car even at high speeds. This car features the rear wheel drive configuration and a front midship engine, but still, there is great harmony between the two that ensures a smooth drive.
The driver is kept in mind when designing the car and hence there is a great connection between the vehicle and the driver from the outset. The style features of the MX-5 include parabolic LED high beam lights, leather trimmed seats, aerodynamic shape, active driving display, human-machine interface cockpit, etc.