What is the rarest Miata color?

What is the rarest Miata color?


  • Raspberry Metallic.
  • Medium Blue.
  • Yellow Metallic.
  • Teal Green Metallic.
  • Light Green Metallic.
  • Orange (“Sunkist”)

Where is the paint code on a Mazda MX-5?

Most often Mazda paint codes are found on your chassis plate under the bonnet at the rear of the engine bay. They also can be located in the door shut on the chassis plate. Since around 2004 later models will not always have a paint code put on the vehicle.

How reliable is a Mazda MX-5?

‘Contrary to what you might expect, you don’t need a bulky, solid-looking car to get a dependable model, the MX-5 received our full five-star reliability rating,’ the consumer group explained. ‘An incredible 97 per cent of owners reported no faults whatsoever in the year running up to our survey.

Are miatas rare?

As the world’s best-selling roadster, the Mazda MX-5 Miata is a very common sight. Rare examples of the much-loved Japanese sports car do exist, however. To put it simply, you’re looking at one of the rarest Mazdas ever made.

How do I know if my Miata is M?

The Montego Blue Mica color with tan interior is an option for 95-97 Miata’s; they are sometimes confused as M Editions. If not sure your best bet is to check the VIN and give Mazda USA a call. The lower body sills are factory painted black from the factory.

What goes wrong with Mazda MX-5?

Rust is, by far and away, the MX-5’s biggest enemy. The most likely locations to suffer from rust are the rocker panels and the fender arches. ‘NB’ generation Miatas are prone to front frame rail rust as well, although it’s not a wide-spread problem compared to the other two locations.

How many miles can a Mazda MX-5 do?

It’s also reliable. And, according to iSee Car’s data, the Miata has the potential to last for at least 200,000-miles.