While many old JDM cars have made their name for various reasons, be it good looks, incredible power, or the ability to go sideways perfectly around a corner, the Miata is known and loved for a few different ones. The little MX-5 certainly doesn't have a lot in terms of power, and it isn't the most dazzling either, but what this car lacks, it makes up for with one tremendous strength. Character. The Miata was made to be fun; it was made to be revved to its limit to make the driver feel a connection with the road; the MX-5 is the embodiment of driving pleasure. Finding a garage-kept example like this one is the equivalent of finding treasure, and we're honored to announce that this MX-5 is up for sale.
With the Miata, Mazda never tried to make it look over the top or flashy. The car was designed to be compact and nimble, and every pound counted. The car's simple design went on to be timeless, its front facia is frequently compared to smiley, and the pop-up headlights are just icing on the car. Less was more with the Miata, and Mazda managed to nail it. The current owner of this example reports that a color-matching hardtop, original wheels, new tires, a new battery, a chrome trunk rack, and the original stock exhaust can be observed on the car. Step inside the 1990 Mazda Miata, and you'll find yourself in a cozy cockpit that's all about the driver. The simple yet stylish interior welcomes you with supportive bucket seats that hug you through every twist and turn. With its classic round gauges and a perfectly positioned shifter, it feels like a sports car playground. Sure, the cabin is compact, but that just adds to the charm. It's all about that intimate connection with the road, making you feel like you are part of the car itself.
Under the hood of the 1990 Mazda Miata is a feisty 1.6-liter engine that is built to bring thrills. It may not be the most powerful thing on four wheels, but it has enough gusto to make your heart race. With its rev-happy nature and responsive throttle, the Miata yearns to be pushed to its limits. Whether you're sprinting from 0 to 60 mph or taking on twisty roads, the Miata's lightweight design and nimble suspension make it a corner-carving champ, a true driver's car.
1990 Mazda MX-5 Miata Base
1.6L Inline-4 Engine
5-speed Manual Transmission
Independent Front and Rear Suspension
Front Disc Brakes
Rear Drum Brakes
Body-Colored Removable Hard Top
Body-Colored Exterior Mirrors
Manual Door Locks
Leather-Wrapped Steering Wheel
Tilt Steering Column
Pioneer Radio Head Unit
Original Alloy Wheels
Trunk Mounted Luggage Rack
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