Jalopnik Reviews: 2006 Pontiac G6 GTP Convertible, Part 1

Retractable hardtops are nothing new. But what was once an exclusive feature of low-volume luxury cars like the Cadillac XLR, Lexus SC430, and Mercedes-Benz SLK and SL is now found in mainstream cars with four real seats and family-car functionality. In truth, the US is a few years behind Europe (the continent, not… »10/02/06 2:09pm10/02/06 2:09pm

Mazda to Get Hard: MX-5 with Retractable Top Will Drop at British Show

This wee missive just came down from the Mazda press office: »6/20/06 8:10am6/20/06 8:10am

Word is the new version — to be known in the states as the Mazda MX-5 (Miata) Power Retractable Hard Top, or MMMPRHT — will cost $2,000 to $3,000 over the base MX-5's price tag and have little available trunk space. No word yet on the weight liability.