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  • MazdaMX-5 RF
  • MazdaMX-5 RF
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2018 Mazda MX-5 RF

updated: July 25, 2018 15:43 | launched: May 25, 2018

The perennial roadster from Mazda is now available with a retractable hardtop. Called the MX-5 RF (Retractable Fastback), the two-seater sports car blends an open-top design with the stylish aesthetics of a targa. Even with the addition of a folding roof, the MX-5 RF retains the signature fun-to-drive handling it became known for. Like the soft-top version, a 2.0-liter SkyActiv-G inline-four sends power to the rear wheels. The MX-5 RF is available with a 6-speed automatic or a 6-speed manual. An optional Nappa leather interior can also be specified at an added cost.



2.0L 6AT Nappa

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2.0L 6AT

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2.0L 6MT

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