Ready for a fun and sporty drive? The 2019 Mazda Miata is the car you need! For 2019, the Miata remains largely unchanged, providing the style, comfort, and fuel efficiency that drivers have come to count on. This year’s Miata offers a more powerful engine that pairs perfect with the classic handling and responsiveness this sportscar is known for. State of the art techology and safety features were added this year as well. While a hard top comes standard, drivers can opt to get a soft top with the highest two trims. There’s plenty more to love about the 2019 Mazda Miata trim packages, which include Sport, Club, and Grand Touring. These have all been designed with specific tastes in mind. Read on to find out which of the 2019 Mazda Miata would be best for your needs.
2019 Miata Trim Levels
Like all Miata models, the Sport trim has a 181-horsepower four-cylinder engine with 151 foot-pounds of torque. Rear-wheel drive and a 6-speed manual transmission is standard, while an automatic is optional. The Sport trim is a two-door convertible, called the soft top, and has a 50-50 front and back balance, which is why it has such great handling and is so much fun to drive. There is an Activesense Sport package available which adds lane departure warning, blind spot monitoring, rear cross traffic alert, and “smart” brakes. Android and Apple Carplay are also standard, along with a seven-inch display screen. All Miatas are rated at 30-35 MPG. The Sport trim starts at $25,730.
- Cloth top convertible
- A stronger engine for 2019
- More technology features
Stepping up to the next trim level, you get the option of a retractable hardtop. It slides back without taking away storage space from the trunk, which doesn’t take away from any cargo space. The Club trim adds even more sporty features to enhance performance. Blind spot monitoring, rear cross traffic alert, and keyless entry are all standard at this trim. The Club version adds a nine-speaker premium sound system and it has headphones. The Club has cloth seats and heated sports seats are available. The Club trim focuses on performance, with a Brembo/BBS Recaro package that includes 17-inch wheels, an Aero kit and heated sports seats for $4,400. A package with leather seats is also optional at $3,770. The Club trim starts at $32,945.
- Performance enhanced trim
- Hard top available
- Safety features standard
The Grand Touring trim is the most luxurious, but this is still a fun sports car. This trim level starts at $34 410. It has adaptive headlights, heated leather seats, navigation, automatic wipers, and automatic climate control. Al of the safety features in the Activesense package is standard at this trim. The Grand Touring trim does not have all the sports features of the Club, but you can add them as options. The Grand Touring package also has special paint packages for $500-$600 for either white or gray and auburn. This trim focuses more on luxury, and has steering wheel controls for the sound system and many other car functions. The primary monitor has a touchscreen interface. Internet access is also available at the top trim.
- Focused on Luxury
- Heated leather seats
- Navigation is standard
The 2019 Mazda Miata is one of the most fun cars you can drive. Check out this two-seat roadster that handles like a dream!