If you have recently got a 2017 Mazda Miata MX5 RF, then you know what a good deal you have made – the features are amazing. If you haven’t yet (or are still considering the proposition), then you’re in good hands. This one is all about the great Mazda Miata you have to explore.
The 2017 Mazda Miata MX5 RF is not just a car – it’s an experience. Not only is this vehicle an all-star-winning roadster, it’s designed to give you a premium when you compare it to others within its class. As a matter of fact, Mazda claims the Miata RF will offer you things you will not see on just any other Miata soft top. Here’s what you should expect with the 2017 Mazda Miata MX5 RF: the top features.
The TFT Display
If you are wondering how much difference a certain colour can make, all you have to do is take a look at the special TFT display. The former soft-top model has only a relatively simple low-resolution for the trip computer (in black and white), whilst this new version allows you to gauge your car’s performance in bright and contrasting details.
How about the Interior?
This kind of interior will not be found in the other versions; we’re talking about a sleek Nappa interior that takes your experience a lot further. This doesn’t mean that the soft-top Miata won’t have this kind of interior – as the leather interior is offered for soft-top lovers – although only on the fully-loaded grand touring option. One thing that will remain exclusive for the hard top: that great Machine Grey paint that graces the interior of the car.
Extensive testing by several review agencies proves one thing over and over again: the brake pedal on the MX5 is one of its most attractive features. It’s not just about the comfort and pleasure of driving, of course – it’s about making sure that all that fun is completely safe as well, as MX5 spares specialists like MX5 City will confirm.
Great Driving Experience
It shouldn’t really be mentioned, but then again, it’s what makes the car so special, after all. It’s a great sports car, and the driver experiences this in many ways – especially in the way the shifter is handled, and that great steering lock.
Here’s another great bit of information for you: the MX5’s old powerful retraction mechanism is still present for hard tops – only that they have adjusted it; it works a lot smoother, makes a lot less noise (thanks to the more silent actuators) – and it’s all as simple as flicking a switch on the dashboard. Oh – by the way – it may not only be the greatest, but also the most affordable sports car ever. If you haven’t decided yet, do check it out; it’s truly a great deal.