Through Ian's Lens: 2009 Mazda MX-5 Miata

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As roadsters go, there are very few cars in the current market that make my head spin. I could whittle that list down to two vehicles in particular, and when I get my hands on a 2010 BMW Z4, it will also grace the pages of Through Ian’s Lens. But until then, I will be quite happy with the new 2009 Mazda MX-5 Miata.

Cat-like headlights, pronounced fenders and Mazda's new smiling grille are the first things that catch my attention on the MX-5. From there, the stamped hood, trunklid curve and new taillights give this traditional-looking MX-5 Miata a modern upgrade. The best thing about this roadster? The designers over at Mazda created a great-looking car even with the top up — a rarity in modern roadsters.

Let me know what you think in the comments section below. As always, feel free to use the full-screen mode on the photo browser.

By Ian Merritt | June 17, 2009 | Comments (4)

Comments 

I'm with you on that, Ian. I LOVE the new MX-5. It's super nimble, and looks great.

tscurt

Me want.

eagle2x

Can't imagine a more perfect roadster for pure fun and daily use. 900,000 and counting and each year, it gets better. Hope this little car never loses its original DNA.

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