The Mazda Mx-5 Miata was designed emulating the Triumph Spitfire, Austin-Healey 100, MG MGA, and other British sports cars of the 1950s and 60s, particularly the Lotus Elan. It has been seen as a lightweight roadster since its inception and is the number one selling sports car in history with over 1 million units built and sold by 2016. The term “Miata” was derived from Old High German meaning reward. The United States is the only country that markets the vehicle using the name Mazda MX-5 Miata, every other country uses just Mazda MX-5. Whether you call it the Mazda MX-5 or the Mazda Mx-5 Miata, the Mazda Miata car cover fits the same.

Throw off the Mazda Miata Car Cover and Jump into your Award-Winning Ride

The Mazda MX-5 Miata is an award-winning vehicle with awards including the “best sports car of the 1990s” and “top ten best sports cars of all time” by Sport’s Car International, Car of the Year in Japan for 2005-2006, Car of the Year in Australia for 2005, and Wheel Magazine’s Car of the Year for 1989, 2005, and 2016. The Mazda MX-5 Miata has also been featured in Car and Driver magazine’s “top ten best sports cars of all time” 14 times and is considered the most important sports car built in the last 25 years by Grassroots Motorsports magazine.

Special Edition Rides Under your Mazda Miata Car Cover

One of the most prominent eras of the Mazda MX-5 Miata is the third generation. Over 19 versions of the sports car were developed in this period. This includes the MX-5 Superlight in 2009, the Mazda Roadster 20th Anniversary Edition in 2009, and the MX-5 20th Anniversary Edition in 2010, the MX-5 Miyako in 2010. The lineup still continued with the MX-5 Matte and Black Special Edition in 2010, the SEMA concept MX-5 in 2010, the MX-5 Sport Black in 2011, the Mazda Roadster BLACK TUNED in 2011, the SEMA concept MX-5 in 2011. For years, the line dominated the market and continued to do so with the Tokyo Auto Salon concept MX-5 in 2012, the MX-5 Miata Special Edition in 2012, the MX-5 Venture Edition in 2012, the MX-5 “Yusho” in 2012, the MX-5 GT concept in 2012, and the MX-5 25th Anniversary Edition in 2014. These special edition rides deserve to be protected with a Mazda Miata car cover.