The Mazda MX5 Miata is the most popular sports car ever built, as documented by The Guiness Book of World Records. And there is a reason for that popularity—in fact, many reasons. Based on Colin Chapman’s Lotus Elan, it is a relatively lightweight car with excellent performance from its 2 litre, twin cam, fuel-injected, 167 horsepower 4-cylinder engine and its 6-speed manual transmission. With a 0-60 mile-per-hour acceleration time of 5.7 seconds, a red line at 7200 rpm and a top speed of 130 mph, it offers performance which many other sports cars can’t touch. It features 4-wheel independent suspension, multi-link rear suspension, front and rear stabilizer bars, Bilstein shocks, 4-wheel ABS power disc brakes--ventilated to the front, 16” factory alloy wheels, etc. Safety features include twin front and side airbags, electronic brakeforce distribution and a tire pressure monitoring system while luxury features include a 6-speaker, AM-FM/CD stereo system, tilt adjustable leather steering wheel, twin vanity mirrors, electric windows, locks and mirrors (also heated), heated rear window defogger and very comfortable bucket seats. Our car sold new to its only owner—a local (Basking Ridge) enthusiast who maintained the car by the book--in September, 2009. He kept the car completely original-- except for the addition of a bicycle hitch to the rear—and in pristine condition throughout. He has saved all original manuals and service records. Beautiful in original “Deep Crystal Blue Mica” with black interior and convertible top. 39,392 miles. SOLD!