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2017 Mazda MX-5 Pricing Tweaked A Bit

Whenever an automaker makes an announcement about pricing,  a list of vehicles, usually with significant price hikes shown, follows. It’s nice when a carmaker does otherwise. Mazda recently placed a stake in the sand on Miata MX-5 roadster price creep, for the most part.

For 2017, the two-place roadster carries the same base price as 2016, $24,915.  Optional package pricing has remained mostly stable. Equipment that was optional in 2016 has become standard.

Mazda has held the line on pricing for the 2017 Miata.

For example, the mid-level Club’s standard equipment includes Blind Spot Monitoring and Rear Cross-Traffic Alert. Last year, they were standard only on the top-of-the-line Grand Touring model. The added equipment has upped the price a bit with the Club 6MT carrying a price of $28,800 base price tag. Automatic-equipped MX-5 Clubs are also up a bit at $29,530. Both prices are up $200 over 2016.

Pricing for the MX-5 RF carries over unchanged. The same goes for the roadster and RF versions of the MX-5 Grand Touring.

Source:  leftlanenews.com

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