Wednesday, November 3, 2010

TOP SPEED Mazda MX-5

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TOP SPEED Mazda MX-5

A few months ago, a terrific Mazda MX-5 Miata was delivered for our weekly test drive. Maybe I am partial to the Miata sports cars, but I truly enjoy them every time I am able to have a lengthy test drive. Judy is definitely not a sports car aficionada, but accepted the week with a gracious attitude.

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TOP SPEED Mazda MX-5

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TOP SPEED Mazda MX-5

The purchase of sports cars is a precarious business; there are so many factors to take into consideration before you hand over that (soon to be) maxed out credit card. For a start, cars of this nature have some of the harshest depreciation rates of all cars. You are likely to find that your prized, new vehicle loses almost half of its value as soon as its pristine-tuned engine elegantly pulls you away from the forecourt. Secondly, there are the age-specific dilemmas to take into consideration. We are all aware of the "mid-life crisis" tag that is (often) justly hung over the heads of the graying gentlemen who buy them. Amongst other sneers is the occasional jibe that a middle-aged man in a sports car looks like a Worm on a Diamond. Thirdly, there are the obvious cost implications. A high performance car that looks the part is going to set you back in a major way; in many cases you may just be paying over the odds for the badge on the front.

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