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Motoring: Mazda’s latest two-seater is a bundle of fun to drive

The new MX-5 is sticking to a winning formula that has served it well for more than 30 years

7th June, 2020
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The Mazda MX-5 is the perfect convertible top-down driving

We should have run this test drive last weekend, during the height of the June weekend heatwave the country was experiencing. There is no better weather for top-down driving in a convertible. And, arguably, there is no better convertible for such shenanigans than the Mazda MX-5.

Now in its fourth generation, the diminutive two-seat sports car hasn’t strayed from the formula set by the Japanese company in the late 1980s, one it unashamedly copied from...

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