This stupid car saved my marriage

My wife and I were married for a little more than a year before I fucked up. When it came time to pick up the pieces and put us back together, counseling didn't work, but a 2006 Mazda Miata did. Life is hard and immeasurably cruel. Good cars make it better. You can read the whole story over at Road & Track. » 4/06/15 11:13am 4/06/15 11:13am

2016 Mazda Miata Club Edition: I'd Like To Join, Please

There’s something wonderful about taking car and distilling it down to the very essence of what makes it great to begin with. Do that to a Cadillac Seville, you get a velour sofa. Do it to a GT-R, you get a robot with rocket boots. Do it to the new Miata, and you get this: the Miata Club Edition. » 4/01/15 12:10am 4/01/15 12:10am

The Mazda BT-50 is the best Ford Ranger

Badges are the weirdest things ever, you can go full old-GM with them and don't distinguish them at all apart from changing badges or you can do what VW does and make a single platform that can be changed enough to compete in many segments and price brackets. A third option, taken by these two is just not making any… » 2/22/15 3:01pm 2/22/15 3:01pm

Ask Mazda Diesel Prototype Racers Nunez and Bomarito Anything

Remember that wonderful Mazda6 diesel race car? Mazda carried over the development from that car into a wonderful diesel-powered prototype racer. We've got Jonathan Bomarito and Tristan Nunez who are racing that prototype at the Rolex 24 here to answer all your questions. What do you want to know? » 1/23/15 2:45pm 1/23/15 2:45pm

​These Are The Mazdas That Keep Our Beloved Miata Alive

We all desperately want Mazda to make the sports cars of our dreams. We've got one and we're constantly pining for another. But let's not forget that when Mazda was cranking out turbocharged RX-7s, it was also on the brink of yet another disaster, and among the things that saved them was making damn good cars for the… » 11/19/14 3:50pm 11/19/14 3:50pm

I drove 2800 miles in a half-dead Miata to see the 2016 ND

The desert north of Las Vegas was sweltering, broiling, intolerable. In front of me, brake lights and stopped cars for miles—construction. Above, the night sky taunted me. It was after dark but the air was a parching 104F, and I was trapped in a cockroach-sized lozenge of a sportscar whose A/C had given up the ghost,… » 10/03/14 10:35am 10/03/14 10:35am