2015 Mazda MX-5 Specs Are Getting Obvious Attention, Pre-Order Very Soon!

Just a little more than 25 years ago the general public was introduced to the Mazda MX-5. Flash forward to 2015 and we are still talking about the MX-5. One of the world’s top selling cars of all time, the 2015 Mazda MX-5 is coming and the pricing and other specifications have finally been confirmed. With almost three decades of sales and more than 950,000 MX-5’s sold, it is easy to say that Mazda still has what it takes to get the attention of the consumer.

The 2015 Mazda MX-5 already has quite a bit of attention coming its way since it has been such a good seller. With a few stops at auto shows around the world, the new model is sure to please the eye and the price is likely to do just the same for your wallet. Even though the car is quite small already, it appears that the new model is going to have a shorter wheelbase and overall length.

The overall size is not the only thing that is different as the car will also sit lower to the ground than previous models. In a world of larger wheels and flashy designs, the 2015 Mazda MX-5 is keeping things true to the Mazda way and will have the brand new model sitting on 16-inch wheels. The car might look small and unsafe to some, but to the loyal MX-5 fans out there, it will be another sexy option on the car lot this year.

Now that so much technology is going into cars and trucks these days, the 2015 Mazda MX-5 could not be left out. The dash is slim, but does feature a touch screen monitor that will take place of most of the buttons that you might be familiar with from other models. The car is smaller overall and has new technology to keep things neat and simple, plus it will weigh less than older models.

2015 Mazda MX-5 Miata

The car already gets great gas mileage, but now that it has been reduced in many different ways, that is expected to be the only thing that goes up. Mazda has also confirmed that the motor in the 2015 Mazda MX-5 will be the 1.5-liter Skyactiv option if you live in the United Kingdom, while those in the United States will be seeing the 2.0-liter engine option. The manual, six-speed gearbox will keep things fun and somewhat go kart like, but if you are not into shifting yourself, the automatic variation will also be available. It looks like you will be able to place your order by the end of this month.

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