Mazda Roadster S Special Package

Mazda Roadster S Special Package

The Mazda Roadster, Mazdas beautiful little soft top sports car, also know as the Mazda MX-5, Mazda MX-5 Miata and Eunos Roadster gets a great update to its looks and performance with this newest 4th-generation ND model.

The Mazda Roadster began production in Japan in 1989 with the ever popular NA model, which was known as the Eunos Roadster, and was well received world-wide. The Mazda Roaster was a reasonable prices sports car that people could enjoy as a track day car as much as a weekend cruiser. The optional hard top also gave the car a unique look.

Now in the 4th generation, this ND model got a real styling update when it was released in 2015. While remaining true to the classic Roadster look, the style has been brought up to date with a lot ore sharp and angular lines as is the current trend in the motoring design world.

This one is a S Special package and I’m sorry, I don’t know what level of spec that means haha, though I did notice that this package doesn’t seem to have leather seats. This one is an auto, but the ND Mazda Roadster also comes with an optional 6 speed manual transmission which is great to see! I especially like the ease of operation for the soft top, while not power, it was a simple one-handed operation to open and close the roof and took under 20 seconds.

I think these Mazda Roadster S Special Package represent a pretty great deal at the moment, even though they are still essentially new cars, you can pick them up for around Y2,000,000.

Click on the HD button for the good version and get in touch if you are interested in importing a Mazda Roadster from Japan.

 


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