Mazda MX-5 Miata 2010 anniversary edition in Japan

Mazda MX-5 Miata 2010 anniversary edition in Japan

To commemorate 20 years of the Mazda MX-5 Miata, known in Japan simply as the Mazda Roadster, its parent company has released a special edition version of its lightweight open-top sports car for the Japanese market. The Mazda Roadster 20th Anniversary goes on sale at all Japanese Mazda dealerships.

Celebrating its 20th birthday this year, the 2010 Mazda Roadster has attracted a wide range of customers since its launch in 1989, and is currently sold in approximately 60 countries. The Roadster was certified as the world’s most produced two-seater, open-top sports cars by Guinness World Records when production reached 800,000 units. Total production of the Mazda Roadster now stands in excess of 860,000 units.

The Roadster 20th Anniversary is based on both the soft-top model with a 6-speed manual transmission, and the retractable hard-top with a 6-speed automatic transmission. Special equipment includes unique red and black RECARO bucket sport seats, exclusive ‘20th Anniversary’ badges, and clear front fog lights.

Special equipment include RECARO bucket sport seats, ‘20th Anniversary’ badges, clear front fog lights and bezels, 205/45 tyres and 17-inch aluminium wheels, front strut tower bar and heated seats.

All 20th Anniversary models come in Crystal White Pearl Mica, used for the first time on the Mazda Roadster.

For UAE pricing and GCC specs on the standard model, visit the Mazda MX-5 buyer guide.

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