By Chris White and James ConeywellPublished July 10, 2017 10:51:47The Mazda MX5 Miat has been the driving force behind the global automotive industry for decades, with its compact, sporty exterior and powerful engine delivering an all-around performance car that is well-suited for both long-haul trips and daily commute commuting.
But the new MX-6 has taken the MX-4 to the next level, delivering a car that has a more premium experience, but is also more comfortable on the dragstrip and can be driven as a daily driver.
Mitsubishishi is a carmaker known for its premium, sportier models like the Corolla and the Mondeo, but it’s also become known for a range of smaller and more affordable cars that are more accessible and enjoyable to drive.
The MX-7 is the latest in that line.
The car was introduced in 2018 with a range that is comparable to the MX4 and Miatas, and now has a number of upgrades and improvements that make it more enjoyable to operate.
The most noticeable is the addition of a six-speed automatic transmission and a sport-tuned suspension, but the MX6 and MX-8 have also received additional features, like a leather-wrapped steering wheel, a rearview camera, adaptive cruise control and Bluetooth, among others.
Matsubishi’s MX-series is made up of four basic models: MX-1, MX-2, MX3 and MX4.
The MX-3 has been around for nearly 20 years, and it was introduced around the same time as the MX5.
In 2017, the MX3 was discontinued after more than a decade of use, but now, the new model, the XM, has been launched.
Like the MX series, the 2017 XM is powered by a 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine that produces 265 horsepower and 295 lb-ft of torque.
It has been paired with a 6-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission, which offers a smooth, consistent steering response and an engaging ride.
Miatas MX-X, which launched in 2018, has the same engine as the X1, but this time, it has a five-speed manual transmission and features a new rearview display.
Mets MX-15, which was introduced a few years ago, has a 5.2-liter turbodiesel engine that can produce 255 horsepower and 310 lb-force of torque at 6,500 rpm.
It also has a six speed manual transmission, a sport suspension, adaptive steering and a touchscreen, among other features.
In terms of performance, the Mazda MX20 MX-20 is powered a 2-liter four-stroke turbocharged engine with 255 horsepower at 5,600 rpm and 305 lb-feet of torque when the transmission is engaged.
It’s also paired with six-wheel-drive and a six wheel-assist rear axle, among many other features and capabilities.
Mazda MX-30, which debuted in 2018 and was redesigned to offer more comfort and efficiency, has an engine that’s paired with the same 2.1-liter engine as before.
It is paired with two six-speaker audio systems and a touch-screen, among a number other features, including lane departure warning and adaptive cruise controls.
The Mazda RX-8, which is based on the MX20, has now been upgraded to the 3.8-liter boxer four-turbocharged engine, which produces 265 hp and 305 lbs-ft at 5.6,800 rpm.
The RX-10 has the top performance of all MX models, but also offers a much-improved cabin and a much lighter design, and also has sport-tuned suspension.
The 2016 Mazda MX3 MX-25 was a major step up in performance, and the 2016 MX-27 MX-28 MX-32 is a much smaller version of the MX30.
All three MX models are paired with an MX-Tronic automatic transmission that offers an eight-speed automated gearbox and is paired to a 9-speed paddle-shift automatic, among some other features such as lane departure and adaptive traction control.
Mavic MX-10, which launches in 2018 has an MX engine that is paired once again with a 2,500-horsepower 2.5-liter inline-four engine that delivers 250 hp and 290 lb-fts of torque, while the MX11 is a 5-speed six-cylinders manual transmission that can deliver up to 265 hp.
Mazda has also redesigned the engine for the new models, adding new valves, pistons, pistoning, camshafts, connecting rods, cam bearings, valves, bearings, connecting rod heads, connecting bolts and connecting rods to improve performance and durability.
The 2017 MX5 MX-19 MX-24 MX-26 MX-29 MX-40 MX-