2010 Mazda Miata design review
past. Now really, I think it’s time to let go of the past and embrace the future.
Sure, the Miata was the best-selling roadster of all time, but maybe people want something a bit more up to date. And it really seems that every time Mazda redoes the Miata, they still don’t think of men driving one. But when your biggest male clients are well off gays, you might as well stick to your guns and keep producing a nice curvy car. Now if I had something bad to say about this car, besides being an outdated bubble, I would have to say that the new happy face grille really does not suit this car. Maybe on the 3, but not the Miata or MX-5 as its known here. And if you really want to make it look a bit better, you might want to rework the headlights to look more like the lower fog light inserts. It might give it that aggressive appeal that leads all men to your showroom floor.
Overall Grade: C+