Gateway Classic Cars of Orlando is proud to offer this beautiful
2002 Mazda MX-5 Miata. When it comes to classic roadsters nothing
has a legacy like the Miata. Introduced just in time for the 90s
the Miata had all the upsides of British roadsters of yore plus the
added benefit of Japanese quality and reliability. This 2002
example looks sleek as a torpedo in it's Titanium Gray paint job.
As you walk around the vehicle you'll notice nice details like the
15 inch Konig wheels and red brake calipers. Take a seat inside and
you're greeted by a simple but sporty interior. The white back
gauges are laid out in a sporty fashion and the tan leather bucket
seats are seated in position for an exhilarating ride. Under the
hood is a 1.8 Liter 4 cylinder and is paired with a 5 speed manual
transmission. According to the owner performance modifications
include 50 shot Nitrous, over sized fuel pump and injectors,
stainless exhaust w/ header, cold air intake, coil over suspension,
stage 2 clutch and much more. If you're looking for a fun little
sports car to zip down your favorite country roads, this is the one
you want to own! Options include Air Conditioning, AM/FM/Bluetooth
radio, manual hard top, spare tire, power brakes, power steering,
jack, power windows, seat belts, leather interior and alloy wheels
wrapped in radial tires.
2002 Mazda Miata
Exterior Color:Titanium Gray
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