I know, most car enthusiasts would want to beat me up for saying that, but hear me out.
I found most of them to be slow, and rather softly sprung.
However, the Mazda MX-5’s third-generation model — also known as the ‘NC’ Miata — was a delight to drive. While it could have made do with more power, it rode well, it handled well, sounded decent enough, and offered plenty of equipment.
But, the ‘NC’ is now consigned to the history books, because as of last month, the fourth-generation MX-5 — also known as the ‘ND’ — has arrived at Mazda dealerships all across the planet.
I recently got to test the 2016 Mazda MX-5, and while I like some of its details, I wasn’t bowled over by it. To read my review of it in full, click this >>>link<<<.