2013 Mazda MX-5

The Mazda MX-5 doesn’t have to be the most powerful roadster ever made to remain one of the best choices for spirited driving and all-out fun. It’s been almost a quarter of century since the Miata was introduced and other roadsters have come and gone while the Miata remains with very few changes overall. Fun can be found at any speed in a Miata and the handling will make any driver feel like they are one with their car. Steering is communicative and handling is intuitive. Power from the reliable 2.0 liter inline four-cylinder, while not immense at 167 HP, is ample to keep you stuck in your seat and grinning madly with an earful of its delicious exhaust note. As the saying goes: don’t fix it if it ain’t broken. Aside from a slight styling refresh, the MX-5 just keeps getting it right.

Decade

2010s

Game

Forza Horizon 3, Forza Horizon 4

Manufacturers

Mazda

Origin

Japan

Class

C

Division

Asian Sports Cars

Drivetrain

Rear-Wheel Drive

Engine Layout

Front-Engined

Transmission

6-speed Transmission

Unlock

Autoshow

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