The Miata’s startling popularity after its debut as an early 1990 model essentially inspired the “roadster revolution” that followed later in the decade. Considered a basic sports car — not unlike the British roadsters that inspired the original roadster craze in the 1950s and ’60s — the Miata also benefited from Japanese quality and reliability, in stark contrast to the pretty but troublesome British two-seaters of the distant past. Like all traditionally styled sports cars, the Miata (officially called the MX-5 Miata) has rear-wheel drive. Read More
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