With more than 900,000 units sold since it entered the marketplace 25 years
ago, the MX-5 is still the best-selling two-seat roadster in the world.
In 2015 it will be available in a special 25th Anniversary edition, limited to just 100 units for the U.S. market.
2015 MX-5 Miata Club Model
In the Club trim, the standard manual transmission adds another gear stroke to six as well as a shock tower brace. Dark gunmetal 17-inch alloy wheels wrapped in 205/45 R17 street-sticky Bridgestone Potenza RE050A tires are standard as are back-in-black details with black outside mirrors and head lamp bezels. A black front air dam and rear diffuser are included as well as a seat back bar garnish displayed in a glossy dark gray motif. For Club models equipped with a six-speed manual transmission, the Suspension Package comes standard, featuring a sport-tuned suspension, Bilstein shocks and a limited slip differential. Available only with a black top (soft top or PRHT), specialized exterior "Club" graphics and badges round out the finishing touch to fashion an attractively bold MX-5 look.
The "Club" theme continues into the interior with a body color-matching decoration panel featuring trim-specific graphics. Red contrast stitching is featured on the black cloth seats. In Sport models, black upholstery with black stitching is standard while leather seats are standard in Grand Touring models in either black or Spicy Mocha. Sport and Grand Touring models have a dark gray decoration panel.
2015 MX-5 Pricing
The 2015 Mazda MX-5 will be available in four trims: Sport, Club, Grand Touring and 25th Anniversary Edition. Pricing is slightly higher as compared to the 2014 model year. The base Sport with a 5-speed manual starts at $24,765; the Sport with a 6-speed automatic will cost $27,025. The Club soft-top is unchanged at $27,700 for the six-speed stick and $28,300 for the six-speed automatic. The Grand Touring soft-top remains at $28,345 with a six-speed manual and $29,445 for the six-speed automatic transmission.
The models with the retractable hard-top are also practically unchanged. The 6-speed manual Club PRHT remains priced at $29,460, while its six-speed automatic version will run $30,060. There’s no increase in the Grand Touring PRHT at $30,245 with a stick and $31,345 for an automatic.
The MX-5 Miata 25th Anniversary Edition PRHT is a new addition for 2015 and comes at $33,000 for the six-speed manual and $33,450 for the automatic.
Exterior Colors for 2015 MX-5 Miata
The 2015 model is available in seven different exterior colors: True Red, Meteor Gray, Liquid Silver Metallic, Brilliant Black, Zeal Red, Jet Black and Chrystal White Pearl.