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      2010 Mazda MAXDASPEED MX-5 Miata

      I bought the Miata because it is a convertible and this little car is just fun to drive. Consumer Reports said it handles like a Porsche; I've never driven a Porsche but the Miata handles very well. I live about 30 miles from the city so there are plenty of curvy country roads to really wind out the 6 speed manual trans. Just make sure you have good performance tires and keep them inflated to the proper PSI. Downsides: Now it's not the smoothest, quietest ride but most roadsters with sport-tuned suspensions are going to ride a little tight. And obviously there's not a lot of room for luggage or golf clubs or even my German Shepherd Dog, but that's what SUV's are for!
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      Mazda Motor Corporation is a Japanese automaker with a reputation for building unusually innovative vehicles. Founded in 1920, the company is named after the Persian god of wisdom, Mazda, and the company's founder, Jujiro Matsuda. Historically, Mazda is known for its work with the Wankel rotary engine, for its performance in motorsports, and for building cars with a penchant for sporty handling.

      In 1979, Mazda entered into a partnership with Ford that lasted until 2010. That partnership resulted in Mazda not only making much headway in U.S. sales, but also in the development of the two companies' current flagship technologies, EcoBoost (Ford) and SKYACTIV (Mazda).

      In the American market, the most common Mazda vehicles are the Mazda3, Mazda5, Mazda6, CX-5, CX-7, CX-9 and, of course, the best-selling roadster of all time, the Mazda MX-5 Miata. On the used car market, the Mazda3, 5, 6, CX-series, and Miata are the most common.

      The Mazda3 is the company's best-selling car globally. On the U.S. secondary market, it is a popular little vehicle in both its sedan and hatchback formats.

      The Mazda5 is a minivan which sells very well thanks to its right-size proportions, high fuel economy, and easy drive.

      The Mazda6 is the company's midsize sedan, recently undergoing a redesign for the 2014 model year and winning many awards for it. The used market, however, is very good for this car with many purchasing it because they favor the 6's sporty nature and excellent family-friendly ergonomics.

      The CX-series of crossovers is popular because it is both sporty and well-proportioned in its various sizes (the larger the number after the CX-, the larger the vehicle).

      The Mazda Miata, or MX-5, is likely the company's most well-known and well-love vehicle. With fan clubs, race clubs, and long-time buyers for most of its history, when a Miata enters the used car market, it doesn't often stay up for grabs long.

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