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When it first appeared in 1989, the Mazda MX-5 Miata successfully revived a formula that made British roadsters so popular in the 1960s: two seats, few creature comforts, light weight and sharp handling. Like old MGs and Triumphs, the Miata never treated outright speed as a priority.
Now in its third generation, the current Miata hasn't strayed from the look and character of the original car. That will likely change in 2014 when we expect Mazda to unveil a fourth-generation roadster designed in conjunction with Alfa Romeo.