Andy Hollis
Andy Hollis
9/1/20 11:34 a.m.
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Mazda introduced its latest generation of Miata to a fanfare of enthusiast accolades. Returning to its roots with a lightweight, nimble car packing “just enough” power gave Mazda a winner.

Its impact on the motorsports world was immediate at all levels, from the single-make professiona…

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350z247
350z247 New Reader
10/8/20 2:12 p.m.

I can't see the value of buying a $30,000+ ND Miata when you can get a 987.2 Cayman S or Boxster S for less than that with thousands left over for minor upgrades and FCP Euro based maintenance.

z31maniac
z31maniac MegaDork
10/8/20 3:51 p.m.
350z247 said:

I can't see the value of buying a $30,000+ ND Miata when you can get a 987.2 Cayman S or Boxster S for less than that with thousands left over for minor upgrades and FCP Euro based maintenance.

How long have you worked for FCP Euro?

And comparing a rock solid reliable vehicle with a warranty, to a used vehicle with very expensive parts and maintenance is.........well. I'm sure you can figure out a word for it.

350z247
350z247 New Reader
10/15/20 9:53 p.m.

In reply to z31maniac :

I don't work for FCP Euro; I'm not even sponsored by them (ECS Tuning actually). However, their lifetime replacement warranty is too good to pass up on any part that I expect to buy more than once.

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