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Mazda is Making 143 More MX-5 Miata 30th Anniversary Edition Models

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2019 CAS Mazda Miata 30th Anniversary
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Back in February, Mazda unveiled the highly-anticipated MX-5 Miata 30th Anniversary Edition. The Racing Orange roadster was limited to 3,000 units — with only 500 of those being sold in the United States. That unleashed a frenzy of fans who snapped up all 500 within four hours of the big reveal. Luckily, Mazda is about to release a few more of these exclusive Miatas.

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More units coming soon

With bated breath and crossed fingers, hundreds more hopeful buyers signed up for the waitlist. Now, some lucky Mazda fans are about to have their wish granted — the automaker intends to produce 143 more units for the U.S. market. If you’re on the waitlist, you’ll be updated on the newly available cars.

Mazda chairman and CEO Masahiro Moro was excited to announce the news to the automaker’s legion of enthusiasts. “We’ve said it for years, without our diehard fans, the Miata would not be a cultural phenomenon and best-selling roadster of all time. Fan response to the 2019 Mazda MX-5 Miata 30th Anniversary has been incredible and we’re proud to bring additional units to those on the waitlist.”

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About the MX-5 Miata 30th Anniversary Edition

Buyers of the MX-5 Miata 30th Anniversary Edition got to choose between convertible and hardtop models. The 30th Anniversary Edition Miata also boasts a SKYACTIV®-G 2.0 engine rated at 181 horsepower, paired to either an automatic transmission or a six-speed manual with limited slip differential and Bilstein dampers.

In terms of aesthetics, it’s got Global MX-5 Cup-inspired Dark Gunmetal forged alloy wheels, orange Brembo front brake calipers, and orange-piped Piano Black RECARO sport seats. It also comes standard with Apple CarPlayTM and Android AutoTM smartphone integration. To top it off, each model will bear a “30th Anniversary” non-sequential serialized badge on the driver’s side rear quarter panel.

Source: Mazda