Mast e vs eq

The 2014 Mazda MX-5 Miata roadster offers three levels of fun: base Sport, Club, and Grand Touring. All come standard with a manually operated soft top that’s a breeze to fold down and put back up, but for those who prefer to do things they easy way, the upper trim levels are available with a power-retractable hardtop (PRHT). The base Sport trim comes well-appointed and the upper trim level models add Bose audio and leather trimmed seats. Regardless of trim level, all MX-5s are powered by a -liter inline-four, with the engine making 167 hp and 140 lb-ft of torque when paired to the five- or six-speed manual transmission, and 158 hp when paired with the six-speed automatic transmission. While those numbers may not be too impressive on paper, its driving dynamics make it a front-runner. Its front mid-ship mounted engine and rear-drive layout combined with rigid chassis and suspension tuning contribute to its inherently good driving dynamics.

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Mast e vs eq

mast e vs eq


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