Owners of an MX-5, feel a sense fulfillment in life. Their water tastes better. Their grass is greener. Even their houses are bigger and they make more money than most. Well, this may not be true in all cases; there are certainly those who will boast themselves a class above the rest after they have spent some time behind the wheel of the Mazda RF.

We have seen convertibles evolve over time and still allowed two options. Either you can opt in for a soft top that automatically retracts in the back or you get a hardtop that you have to remove every time you want to enjoy the open sky.

Whether if you refer to it as a Roadster or a Miata the new Mazda MX-5 RF has done what’s never been done in the history of the soft top Mazda. Mazda prides themselves on offering an enjoyable topless experience that is easily affordable and does not sacrifice performance with price.

Throughout every generation of the MX line, owners have enjoyed both the hardtop and softer roof versions, but this fourth and most recent MX-5 RF has outdone itself.

With all of the advancements in technology and the growing innovations in the auto industry, the Mazda team has developed an automatic retractable hardtop Miata. No need to reread, I was pretty clear there.


Did you get it that time? That’s right! No, with just a push of a button hardtop owners can go from sporty roof to open skies with a single press.

The MX-5 comes in two models. The standard MX-5 which is the soft roof model or the newly introduced RF with a power retractable roof with killer fastback lines, making this model one hell of a piece of eye candy.

Storing it may require MX-5 car covers, but you’ll want to make sure you opt for strong and durable car covers because this curvaceous Roadster is all about styling and profiling.

With an SKYACTIV®-G 2.0L DOCH 16-valve 4-cylinder with VVT engine that hits 150+ horsepower, the Miata RF is ready to take you anywhere…in style!

Marvelous Double Wishbone with aluminum control arms and monotube dampers offer precision and control.

And 17” high profile tires keep you on the road and ready to roll. The new 2017 Mazda MX-5 RF is making a name for itself in the convertible community.