The modelRead full review
The Mazda MX-5 RF is as fun to drive as its Convertible sibling while handling is actually an improvement over the soft-top. Boot space isn't hindered, either. But the step up in refinement isn’t enough to justify its extra cost, and rivals such as the Toyota GT86 offer a bigger, faster package, even if they don't have a convertible option.
The trimSee full equipment
Entry-level SE-L trim already comes well equipped, with goodies such as climate and cruise control, LED daytime running lights and 16in wheels. A 7.0in infotainment system includes Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. There’s also heated seats and a leather wrapped steering wheel for some luxury, but it misses out on AEB.
The engineSee full engine specs
An enjoyably revvy engine that'll suit those who are more interested in cruising or want the cheapest running costs. It’s the pick of the lineup because it’s a fair bit cheaper than the 2.0-litre, and although it isn’t lightning quick there’s still plenty of fun to be had in driving it hard. Only available with SE-L and Sport trims.
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