When Mazda released the first edition of the MX-5 in the market, it instantly caught the fancy of people around the globe who are fond of sports car. But when it came to designing the MX-5 series, Mazda has always taken a traditional route that allows only two occupants inside. That was like following the basic norms of making a sports car, that should necessarily have a lightweight body to swim against the gust of wind, when its powerful engine gets into work.
Available Body Styles
At the Scottsdale Mazda dealership showroom, we got to realize that even with the 2020 edition, Mazda didn’t change anything significantly in the series of MX-5. Rather it has kept the 2020 MX-5 available as one of the least expensive sports car in the group of convertibles, among which again you can either choose to have a folding fabric roof or go for a folding hard-top. But irrespective of the body style you choose, the 2020 Mazda MX-5 is going to lit up your way with an unusually bright headlight as well as taillights that are also known for their longer lifespan.
Standard Technology Features
You need not worry too much about the trim model you choose from the 2020 lineup of Mazda MX-5 as none of its trim is less equipped, though climbing higher the price range will fetch you more.
As you step inside the cabin of any 2020 Mazda MX-5, a warm looking cabin will greet you with its nicely laid out seating arrangement, while the driver would get to enjoy the comfort of a leather-wrapped steering wheel with height-adjustable feature so that it makes every driver comfortable. The buttons look sophisticated on the center console and are easy to use for the different technology features like adaptive cruise control, the Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, as well as the audio system.
To assist the driver with all the right moves and driving inputs, the 2020 Mazda MX-5 is equipped with autonomous emergency braking, Blind-spot monitoring, reversing camera, and a Rear cross-traffic alert.
To the surprise of every new owner, Mazda also packs in a puncture repair kit and tire pressure sensors to save you if ever your car tire goes flat.
For safety, Mazda installs four airbags and electronic stability control as standard features to save the MX-5 from any uncontrolled body roll.
Driving Power and Dynamics
As a sports car, the 2020 Mazda MX-5 keeps its promise of consistently being able to provide smooth and buttery rides. We need to thank the two engine power options in tune with other driving dynamics that could bring this desired effect working as a team.
The standard 1.5-litre engine makes a composed ride even on rough surfaces, while the 2.0-litre feels stronger on the wheels and adds a fresh zeal when it catches the highway speed.
A six-speed manual gearbox is selected for both the engine options that get an extra layer of support from the limited-slip differential that help take the hairpin turns with poise.
The sales experts at the Scottsdale Mazda dealership say, these all add up to increase the overall value of this Mazda sports car, making it one of the best sellers in its class.