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2016 Mazda MX-5

It might seem hard to believe, but it's now been 25 years since the Mazda MX-5 — better known as the Miata — rolled off the assembly line and onto roadways. Now in its fourth generation, the 2016 Mazda MX-5 aims to continue the tradition of top-down motoring. Incorporating the company's Kodo design language, the body is low and wide, but is also more compact than any MX-5 to come before it, and as a result is more than 100 kilograms lighter than its predecessor. No details on engines or transmissions are available, but the company does say it'll be using its Skyactiv technologies to increase fuel efficiency and power, and if you're thinking about buying one, you're probably not that worried about horsepower anyway.

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