2013 Mazda MX-5 Miata in San Antonio TX
In the past the Mazda MX-5 Miata has been named everything from the “One of the Most Enjoyable Cars” by Jalopnik, the “Confident Driver’s Car” by RoadandTrack.com, one of the “Best Sports Cars Under $25K” by MotorTrend and one of “2012’s 10 Best Cars” by Car and Driver. Most recently, the 2013 Mazda MX-5 Miata in San Antonio TX was named one of the “Top 10 Sports Cars” by Autobytel and it earned the “2013 5-Year Cost to Own Award” from Kelley Blue Book for its incredible value and affordable cost of ownership. The athletic roadster is known for its unmatched responsiveness, stunning appearance, and strong, yet lightweight frame. Between its aerodynamic exterior, versatile top options, and track-ready performance, the Miata is a strong competitor with a no-compromise attitude. With features like the available Mazda Advanced Keyless Entry and Start System, free-revving engine, and ultra-high-tensile steel frame, it’s not surprising why the Miata has remained one of the most beloved and winning sports cars on the road to date.
Racing Heritage Modernized in the New Mazda in San Antonio TX
In order to be race-worthy car, the Mazda MX-5 Miata knew it had to look the part. Its broad stance and sharp contouring helps the vehicle cut through wind resistance while showing off its head-turning beauty. Designed to perform, the Miata uses its distinct exterior for a more aerodynamic drive, and its ability to offer both a hard top and Z-fold soft top, the convertible can be customized for an even more aerodynamic ride. Powered by the 167-horsepower 2.0L DOHC engine, the responsive Miata shows off its racing heritage by pumping out 140 lb-ft of torque, but it also shows how much it has evolved with its ability to earn up to an EPA-estimated 28 mpg hwy. With either the 6-speed manual or automatic transmission, one thing is clear - the Miata offers an exhilarating performance reminiscent of its predecessors. With both its racing ancestry and Mazda innovation intact, the Miata continues to show how much Zoom-Zoom the automaker has left to show the road.