By make and model
There's been plenty of top-down motoring with our long-term MX-5 Miata halfway through our year.
In six months, the MX-5 Miata has been on the race track, around an autocross, taken numerous road trips and has even proved to be a capable camera car.
Our long-term Mazda MX-5's soul red paint job is worth the extra $300 charge. It's quite the looker.
Our Club model has proved itself around GingerMan Raceway numerous times already.
We have no complaints about power from the 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine with 155 ponies. Would more be nice? Sure, but it's definitely not necessary in this lightweight roadster.
The engine's 34 mpg EPA rating on the highway has come in handy for road trips.
Our Miata's forged BBS wheels not only look good, but deliver benefits on track with their lighter weight.
Front Brembo brake calipers are good on track, but more aggressive brake pads are a must before we go back.
Swapping in high-temp brake fluid will be the other thing we do before we hit the race track again.
So far, there's not much we would change about our long-term Mazda MX-5 Miata.