The 2020 Mazda MX-5 Miata 1

The Legend Only Grows

Mazda MX-5 Miata Trims

Pick Your Style

Sport

Starting at $26,580 4

  • Lane Departure Warning System 6
  • Smart City Brake Support 7
  • LED headlights and Tail Lights
  • 35 EPA-EST HWY MPG

Club

Starting at $30,290 4

  • Bose® 9 speaker audio system
  • Android Auto /Apple CarPlay integration 5
  • 181 Horsepower

Grand Touring

Starting at $31,670 4

  • Adaptive Front-lighting System
  • Adaptive leather-trimmed seats
  • Mazda Navigation System
  • 2.0L SKYACTIV®-G 4 CYL
Performance

How Driving Should Feel

With a spirited 181-hp engine redlining at 7,500 rpm, the MX-5 Miata was made to move you—mind, body and spirit.

A Family of Distinction

The History of the MX-5

Over its four generations, the MX-5 has remained an authentic, lightweight sports car. Its engaging open-air driving style has been discovered by over a million people all around the world, making the MX-5 the best selling roadster of all time.

1 Non-U.S. specification model shown

4 MSRP excludes taxes, title, license fees and $945 destination charge (Alaska $990). Vehicle shown may be priced higher. Actual dealer price will vary. See dealer for complete details.

5 Requires compatible phone, and standard text and data rates apply. Third-party interface providers are solely responsible for their product functionality, and third-party terms and privacy statements apply. Don’t drive while distracted or while using a hand-held device. Android and Android Auto are trademarks of Google LLC. Apple CarPlay, iPhone and Siri are trademarks of Apple Inc.

6 Lane Departure Warning System operates under certain conditions above 44 mph. It is not a substitute for safe and attentive driving. There are limitations to the range and detection of the system. Please see your Owner’s Manual for further details.

7 Smart City Brake Support operates under certain low-speed conditions between about 2 and 18 mph. It is not a substitute for safe and attentive driving. Factors including movement and shape of the object in front of the vehicle, weather and road conditions can all impact automatic brake control and collision warning. Please see your Owner’s Manual for further details.