Not forgetting customers that prefer their MX-5 with a folding metal roof, Mazda has also revealed the 2022 MX-5. Fitted with similar upgrades, the two-door roadster is now available with new Terracotta leather seats, a new Platinum Quartz Metallic paint finish, and the high-tech Kinematic Posture Control that aids in delivering better handling. As before, the MX-5 is powered by a 2.0-liter SkyActiv-G engine. It can be mated to either a six-speed manual or automatic transmission. On the Club Edition variants, it gets 17-inch lightweight BBS forged alloys, limited-slip differential and Bilstein dampers (manual only), and Recaro sport bucket seats

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