For Mazda MX-5 Miata, It's Time to Play

Cars.com's 2017 Play Car of the Year Awards offered up three evaluable categories and a host of cutthroat competition. Mazda MX-5 Miata accepted the challenge, and emerged victorious.

MX-5 Miata put its full sports car prowess on display, decked out in the full regalia of its lightweight, front-engine, rear-wheel drive design and showcasing available adaptive LED headlights, safety-minded rear cross-traffic alert and a drift-preventative lane-departure warning. And if you've seen the 2017 MX-5 Miata Grand Touring convertible, you'll know what we mean when we say 2017 Miata is a sight to see.

It's hard to see how 2017 Miata could improve upon its 2016 Sport and Grand Touring predecessors, each with that zoom-worthy, sports-minded 2.0L I4 engine and available manual transmission, rear-wheel drive and electronic stability for smooth road feel. 2016 Miata's even got the drop-top to put the wind in your hair. Suffice it to say, 2017 Miata Grand Touring topped even these, boasting a MAZDA CONNECT touchscreen infotainment system with integrated audio and optional SiriusXM and HD Radio and a nine-speaker BOSE® surround sound audio system with integrated headrest speakers to revolutionize the road-trip experience. And 2017 Miata's 2.0L engine churns out up to 155 horsepower and up to 148 lb-ft of torque with an EPA-estimated highway fuel economy of 36 mpg, so you can go the extra mile.

So what else is under the hood of a brand-new 2016 or 2017 Mazda Miata? We at Colonial Mazda will be happy to introduce you to a few models at our Danbury, CT showroom. Stop by today and take one for a spin. We're just a short drive from the Milford and Stamford areas.

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