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New Roadster Coupe Model For Mazda MX-5

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Topics:  Mazda MX-5

New Roadster Coupe Model For Mazda MX-5

Margaret Adams
July 20, 2006

The British International Motor Show has become the venue for many auto manufacturers to bring to the public’s and the motoring world’s knowledge new inventions, innovations, cars, and vehicles. And because this is such, many car followers and aficionados have certainly made sure that they attend such great events.

And for the 2006 British International Motor Show, the Mazda Motor Corporation is out to make sure that the motoring public knows one of their newest creations – the Mazda MX-5 Roadster Coupe. The company even presents this newest vehicle as a vehicle that “opens up a new dimension of fun and versatility for people who love open top sports cars.” Something you surely would be looking forward to.

The Mazda MX-5 is known by other names. Do not be confused but all the following names refer to only this roadster – Mazda Miata, Eunos Roadster, and Mazda Roadster. It has been built using the FR convertible and has been produced since 1989. The MG F, Pontiac Solstice, Toyota MR2, and Saturn Sky are a couple of vehicles in the market that compete greatly with this Mazda roadster. Keep in mind, though, that this new one that the auto manufacturer would be sending out is actually part of the third generation of Mazda MX-5s. Owners find it easy to locate replacement parts and performance parts for even the newest models. Where you can find auto parts Mazda Navajo is also where you can most certainly find parts and accessories for this cool roadster.

With the new Mazda MX-5, any driver could surely enjoy the performance that this car could bring out. The style is also unique and quite breath-taking. But for this new model of the Mazda MX-5 Roadster Coupe, anyone who looks at it would find that it holds the exemplary Power Retractable Hard Top. This hard top is actually the very first of all hard tops to be electrically retractable. And yes, it does not take up much space when the top is down.



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