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2013 Mazda MX-5 MiataReview
David writes:

Ive owned each generation so far of the Miata and wanted to give the NC another shot because my first was an automatic NC1, which is not a fair comparison to the others I had, which were manual . This one is an NC2 manual, and I must say the improvements over the NC1 that I recall are worth it. I havent had it long, but so far Im glad I switched from the ND1 to the NC2. I can see the design similarities, but the NC2 seems to have heavier, and hopefully stronger, versions of the same parts on the underside. I prefer the NC 6 speed over the ND1 so far. To me the NC is a refined version of the NA while the ND is a refinement of the NB - I preferred the NA over the NB, and that is probably why I prefer the NC . All Miatas are special, but I love the NC2 best so far.

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Vehicle was listed at price for an impeccable vehicle, but the data shows it was in an accident with frame damage. Priced WAY too high.

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2013 Mazda MX-5 MiataReview
Guru94WGDF writes:

Delighted with the maneuverability and handling. Very comfortable to drive or be a passenger. Fine looking vehicle. It was an exact fit to my wifes dream. So happy I could find it for her birthday gift.

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2013 Mazda MX-5 MiataReview
Guru994MRV writes:

The Mazda Miata is a perfect fit for anyone looking for a true sports car experience without paying outrageous prices. Handling and feel of the road are spot on! My Miata is a soft top and it might be nice to try the hardtop model.

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2013 Mazda MX-5 Miata Grand Touring Convertible with Retractable HardtopReview
Tom writes:
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Great Third Car —

I was waiting for the new ND design but I want the retractable hardtop and not canvas. So I bought a 2012 Special edition for $a measly $20600 with 19K miles. The car is really fun to drive and handles on rails. Its not as fast as my Corvette was but s far far more reliable and I would rather drive a slower car fast than a fast car slow. GM does not make great cars IMO as far as reliability and value goes. The Miata is comfortable and has adequate room for driver and passenger. My biggest complaint is the lack of modern tech. BT works with phone but no music streaming. have to use the AUX IN or buy a BT aux in module. Only one 12V recetacle. But it does have HomeLink go figure. The new ND is teah laden with a lot of "nanny" tech such as lane change monitoring which is not needed on this car. But I would rather have more than less tech so i will be buying an ND IF and or when they release a Hard Top Convertible. The MX% is far far less expensive to maintain than the Corvette. I miss NOTHING in going from my 08 Corvette Z51 to this Miata. Except maybe the outward design which again the new ND MX5 has resolve to my satisfaction, In the mean time i will drive from the inside out and enjoy this economical traditional roadster I have the Automatic and prefer it over the standard. don;t feel the experience is lacking at all. I had a MT Vette then the AT and preferred the AT. Purists would rather have the Standard. I drove one and really prefer the automatic. that said I will not pay $1100 for the AT option on the ND if I buy new. I will buy the MT and save over a grand. I know it is unfair to compare to a Corvette but that is my most recent experience and I prefr the MX5 which says a lot about this fun little reliable car.

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

Pros: Great car for the money
Great fuel economy
Traditional Roadster
Retractable Hardtop is the best

Cons: Bumpy ride
Cabin noise
Limited teach

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