Mazda MX-5 RF 2018 Super Review and Photos

Oh got a new wheel which each and everyone of you guys will like to peek on and guess what that would be, i think that should be called the Mazda MX-5 RF 2018 wheel.You know what,it has been that kind of electrifying after the new Mazda Auto. gave me a look on it overall body and that's one of the reason about about to talk about it just here on Logs.

A catching up more fact about the Mazda car,to is a surepass not to be compared to are car with that name Mazda although the same company gave us this name called Mazda MX-5 RF,so what special or what's the secret about this car not be put in the same rage with other senior Mazda cars.I think there's nothing bad with it and others but the six-speed automatic variant has dragged me talking much about this car.

Mazda MX-5 RF 2018 car
                                                                                      Mazda MX-5 RF 2018

One of things that is highly regard as plusher in Mazda MX-5RF is because of its roadster.Yeah,is a drop-top car which has been built with expensive ideas but that didn't give has a clue that the company has done what seem never before,no much work but the rage is on hit to what we can expect.Don't worry about the safety the Mazda MX-5 RF cool and even still infectiously entertaining,secured,refined even with the roof up.

Mazda MX-5 RF back wheel
                                                                                    Mazda MX-5 RF back wheel

The Japan company made the roadster to be the most work on meanwhile things where changed by them in this 2018 new flagship.The Roadster that picks up suspension changes first applied to the RF, along with a bit of extra sound deadening. Lovely.Well, not bad that RF enjoys a comfortable and adaptive LED headlight with the lane-departure warning bolstering its safety credentials but the issue here is that the autonomous is no where to be found which we do happily see in  standard features list.

Mazda MX-5 RF front bonnet
Mazda MX-5 RF front bonnet

The back side still looks the same.I mean the bonnet side just unlike before that we do encounter about 2.0 litre cylinder that push out 118kW at 6000rpm and 200Nm at 4600rpm.As for the steering there' no Change but some colors have to take place.Already the company has also claimed that the fuel consumption shouldn't be the reason to dislike the Mazda MX-5 RF and giving us at least in manageable of 7.4L/100km.

Welcoming the six-speed auto with the mazda-mx-5 enable us to have a smooth driven around the areas smoothly and effortlessly as a Mazda 3.Flick the ‘sport’ switch on the centre console and the transmission becomes more alert, holding gears until higher in the rev range, although without completely crisp upshifts.

For those occasions when the weather is more conducive to dropping the top, the RF doesn’t quite feel as open as its soft-top sibling, with the rear roof frame remaining in place. The change also means that as speed rises, so too does wind noise.Roof operation is limited to speeds of just 10km/h, meaning you won’t want to get caught short with the roof half-up at a changing set of lights. It’s a procedure best carried out with the car safely stationary.

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Once the roof is raised, the cabin is more quiet on the go than the MX-5 Roadster, however it’s by no means whisper quiet. There’s still plenty of wind, road, and particularly buzzy engine noise to be heard depending on the conditions.Even though Mazda promotes the RF as the more refined member of the MX-5 family, the lightweight ethos of the original car still shines through. That’s no bad thing, but it pays to remember this isn’t a high-end luxury GT.

If you do decide to park an MX-5 in your driveway, Mazda’s capped-price servicing means you’ll pay $1606 over the first five years of ownership at 12-month or 10,000km intervals, with service costs alternating between $304 and $347 per visit. Warranty coverage spans three years with no kilometre limit.

Make no mistake, though, the MX-5 is never going to be as plush as something like convertible versions of an Audi A3 or BMW 2 Series, and that’s where the decision gets tricky. At $48,210 for the RF GT Black Roof with an automatic, this particular MX-5 is right on the tail of an Audi’s cheapest drop-top, starting at $49,400, with an auto.

Mazda MX-5 RF  front wheel

Mazda MX-5 RF  front wheel

With only two seats versus the A3’s four, the MX-5 is less practical, but the more secure hard-top is something of an attraction unto itself.Add to that list features like keyless entry and start, Nappa leather trim finished in Chroma Brown, heated seats, climate control, blind spot monitoring and satellite navigation, and the GT Black Roof is hardly sparsely equipped.

There are missing items, of course. Mazda still hasn’t added smartphone mirroring (Apple CarPlay or Android Auto) to its passenger car range in Australia, autonomous emergency braking hasn’t made its way to the MX-5 yet either, and somehow even a reversing camera remains an almost $520 accessory. Practicality isn’t exactly an MX-5 strong suit either.

Cabin storage is minimal (just a glovebox between the seats and small lidded console), boot space is a minuscule 127 litres, and the cabin itself is intimate for shorter folks, let alone those over the magic six-foot mark.None of those things particularly make or break the MX-5 RF, although they are easier to forgive in purist rag-top models than they are in the more upscale RF variant.

                                                                                Mazda MX-5 RF 2018 Eyes 

Given this car’s near $50K price ticket, there’s a reasonable expectation that it should offer contemporary safety equipment, and none seems valued more highly than AEB at the moment.That does miss the point of an MX-5 as back-to-basics sporty fun, but the whole RF ideal is to create a more premium and mature sports car.

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Certainly, with its secure lid raised and the six-speed auto doing its thing in drive, the MX-5 RF is the most adult member of the current MX-5 range.It won’t out-muscle the current crop of big-fun hot hatches, but none of those enjoys as intimate a three-way relationship between road, car, and driver. It won’t be all things to all people either, which is an intrinsic part of the MX-5’s allure.It will, however, lead a happy double life as a calm and comfortable daily driver, yet capable of easing into a spirited gallop over a winding road at the will of the driver’s right foot. And will reward such behavior with exemplary road manners, rather than biting back in anger.What Do You Think.

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