Mazda introduces new roadster models, with strong design and sporty backed technology and satisfactory engine performance makes Mazda roadster is more fun to drive than the previous model. 2013 Mazda MX-5 comes with a more responsive acceleration and braking are more robust and secure. Mazda’s technology specialists fine-tuned the acceleration management program (on manual shift models) to improve acceleration control and with it the linear response to throttle inputs, especially at lower speeds.
2013 Mazda MX-5 also has other features such as new Bonnet system, the system automatically raises the veil during impact with a pedestrian, enlarge crumple zones to prevent or at least reduce the severity of injuries, especially on the head. The bottom of the front bumper has also been reinforced to protect the foot. The new Mazda MX-5 is thus ready for stringent pedestrian safety standards of the European Union.
The all-new Mazda MX-5 has been powered either by a 126 PS MZR 1.8-litre coupled to a five-speed manual or the 160 PS MZR 2.0-litre with a choice of automatic or manual six-speed transmissions, the facelifted Mazda MX-5 is introduced in Europe, starting in fall 2012.