of the 2004 Mazda MX‑5 Miata. Base trim shown.
From the Cars.com Vehicle Test Team
- Handling and maneuverability
- Fun to drive
- Gearbox operation
- Fuel economy
- Ride comfort on rough surfaces
- Engine noise
- Difficult entry and exit
- Snug cockpit
- Available six-speed manual
- Optional suspension packages
- Convertible body style
Our view: 2004 Mazda MX-5 Miata
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So much fun to drive.
The handling of this car, for a car that is reliable enough and has good gas mileage is unbeatable. It takes corners at speed with a stability that comes with great design. I enjoy myself whenever I ... Read full review
The Miata is a car you fall in love with.
My Miata is just ausome to drive. Reliable and well made. I never had any problems with it. Definitely use premium gas for better performance. Read full review
The 2004 Mazda MX-5 Miata currently has 0 recalls