Mazda: More Miata for the Money
The Good: Value, short gear shifts, driving experience, power hardtop, quiet cabin, trunk space, styling
The Bad: Interior is long on looks and short on substance
The Bottom Line: The once and future king of affordable roadsters
The affordable two-seat roadster is the new black. It's also the old black. And, frankly, it's likely to be the next new black, too. So goes fashion in the auto industry. The cheap-but-fun sports car has been a perennial favorite since the late 1980s as a low-volume, high-energy image maker that can cast a zippy aura on less exciting but more practical models on the same lot.
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