2018 Mazda MX-5 Miata Offers Cherry Red Soft Top, starts at $25,295

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Let’s see what has changed with 2018 Mazda MX-5 Miata

The Mazda MX-5 Miata is getting a number of new upgrades for the 2018 model year, according to a news release issued Wednesday. With three unique trim levels and two available performance packages, there’s a Miata for everybody.

The 2018 Miata’s power steering and suspension have been played to make it more agile and smother more cabin noise.

Mazda is getting joyful for the holidays, showing off the 2018 MX-5’s freshly available Dark Cherry soft top roof. There’ so a new interior option for Auburn trim and Nappa Leather surfaces, which used to only be offered on the MX-5 RF Launch Edition. Mazda’s color palette continues to widen with new outside paints.

The base MX-5 Sport begins at $25,295, now coming standard having a 7-inch Mazda Connect infotainment system with Bluetooth phone pairing, HD radio, and Commander Control knobs. Regardless of being the base model, the new MX-5 Sport provides a premium experience with standard LED outside lights, Advanced Keyless Entry, and a leather-wrapped shift knob.

Pay $29,155 for an MX-5 Club with a six-speed manual and you get a limited-slip differential, shock tower brace, and Bilstein shocks. The Club trim likewise features 17-inch alloy wheels, heated fabric seats, Blind Spot Tracking, Rear Cross Traffic Alert, and a nine-speaker BOSE premium audio system.

Two new packages are offered for the manual MX-5 Club trim, the Brembo/BBS Package and the Brembo/BBS Recaro Package. The former includes heated black leather seats, 17-inch BBS wheels, aerodynamic pieces on the sides and rear skirts, and updated Brembo brakes in the front. The RECARO package is basically an updated Brembo/BBS package with Recaro sport seats in place of black leather ones.

The $30,195 MX-5 Grand Touring is enhanced for comfort, including automatic headlights, automated climate control, and heated leather seats. The GT trim gets more sound-suppressing product in the cabin, rain-sensing wipers, auto-dimming mirrors, and Lane Departure Warning.

The 2018 MX-5 will start showing up in showrooms later this month and will be available by January.

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