EdHigginbotham
EdHigginbotham Editorial Assistant
9/26/14 2:41 p.m.
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We recently reviewed the sports version of Mazda's third-generation roadster, the MX-5 Club edition but we thought the more tame Grand Touring model deserved its own review, after all it's a fairly different experience.

So how is it different from the Club edition? Really comfort is the deciding factor, not that the other model is an uncomfortable drive. The Grand Touring features a full leather interior, heated seats, automatic climate control and audio by Bose. The added comfort to this sports classic makes it a great commuter car.

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svxsti
svxsti New Reader
5/6/15 6:03 p.m.

Not surprised no comments. If you can't make as much power as Honda don't disappoint everyone. The RX-8's rotary should be in this as a coupe.

dherr
dherr New Reader
12/22/15 3:43 p.m.

Well, I picked up a 2007 MX5 Sport with 65,000 miles on it for $8k and it is the best spent money for a used car that I have done in a long time. Sure it is not crazy fast, but it is fast enough to be fun, great looking and with some better tires and a Goodwin or Flying Miata suspension upgrade, will be my autocross and commuter toy this summer once winter is over. Much more fun to drive than almost any other car in this category or price range.

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