Mazda USA REALLY want to shift their 2020 MX-5s

Are you in the market for an MX-5? There are deals to be done!

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Back in 2016, the fourth-generation (ND) Mazda MX-5 (or Miata) was introduced to the world, as the latest iteration of the iconic small Japanese sports car. Well, 5 years later, not much has changed other than the introduction of the RF version.

This may be the reason that Mazda USA is struggling to shift their stock. So much so, in fact, that the 2021 version isn't even officially listed on Mazda's US site yet.

Despite being the 'outgoing' model, the 2020 MX-5 is offering ridiculous deals if you're willing to forgo the newer registration. For example, Mazda are offering a 0% interest finance deal up to 60 months on all 2020 US MX-5s, including the RF model, with prices ranging from $26.580 up to $31,670. The RF model starts out at $33,045, but with the additional power it may well be worth the additional outlay.

Despite their difficulty shifting their stock, it seems they are now getting into their groove, with nationwide inventory for the 2020 models starting to dwindle, following strong sales in the third quarter of the year - fantastic news for Mazda despite the drama of 2020.

With the current offer expiring on February 1 2021, if you're looking to buy an MX-5 in the States, now may be your chance.

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Comments (15)

  • I’ve got the 1.5 RF. Told my wife that the kids needed a manual to learn to drive with, and that rear seats are dangerous for new drivers because you can put distracting teenagers in them. She bought it!

      1 month ago
  • Too small for me. Not enough room in the pedal box and not enough head room without seat modifications.

      1 month ago
  • I own an NB ‘01 SE and owned a ‘93

    My favorites:

    ND ‘19 on with 2.0 182 hp

    FD Fiat 124 Abarth

    ND ‘16-‘18

    NB Mazdaspeed turbo

    NB the original just better still

    NA the original

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    NC ugly and overweight

      1 month ago
    • Overweight is actually a common misnomer. The NC model is only 102 lbs heavier than the NB model but has 30 more hp. That extra power more than makes up for the difference. The NC is still a brilliantly designed car.

        1 month ago
    • If someone wants a car that feels like a go-cart, the first two generations are definitely the way to go.

        1 month ago
  • It'll still beat a Hellcat around the corner :))))

      1 month ago
  • I'm waiting for a decent plug and play ev kit conversion for an mx5. Also battery prices to come down as they. Not sure whether im going to do it with my Mk1 i have or do it on a Mk2 yet though 🤔

      1 month ago
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