Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Mazda MX5 Roadster Coupe

It’s widely acknowledged that the MX5 brought back the 2 seater sports car market with its simple concept of make the car fun to drive. The only potential issue would have been if you wanted the fantastic handling drivers car bit with a roof then you were going to have to go elsewhere. That is unless you lived in Japan, in 2003/04 it was possible to buy, direct from Mazda, a Coupe version possibly creating one of the ultimate road cars.

A limited number of these handcrafted cars were built by Mazda’s specialist vehicle operation that would take a roadster and graft on a metal roof, 179 in fact in a number of spec levels. Not only is it good looking but it would probably have been a huge hit all over the world, especially if you could squeeze in a few “children’s” seats in the back. Then again that would have gone against the reason for the MX5 the freedom of driving.


  1. Oh baby, that yellow paint job, now that's what I'm talkin' about. I remember when I was a kid for whatever reason I decided my dream car was a yellow Corvette. My dream car has definitely changed now, but I still have a thing for yellow cars :)

    Fred | Cheap Fleet

  2. I am amazed at how many people drive mercedes benz in Thailand I think they spend more on their car that on their house so for me it would be a fleet of cars

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