Millionth Mazda MX-5 Miata: Fan Reactions Staff
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Why has Mazda made one million Miatas?

That’s just one of the questions we posed to fans of the car who gathered at at the Rolex Monterey Motorsports Reunion over the weekend.

Held at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca, it’s part of the annual automotive festivities that surround the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance. The Miata faithful were in attendance to not only see the one millionth Miata ever produced, but to get the opportunity to sign it too. In fact, 240 lucky fans were just so lucky. And you can be too!

Laguna Seca is the first stop on the car’s 18 date tour across America, and AutoGuide will be traveling along to document the experience. At each stop an additional 240 people will get to sign the car.

Want to be one of them? Then head to our Millionth Miata Celebration Tour Hub to see where the car is headed next.

Until then, here’s what Miata fans have to say about why Mazda has made a million Miatas: Staff Staff

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  • Paublus Hiiginbockan Paublus Hiiginbockan on Jan 18, 2017

    where is the 1000 mile 100 mph for 24 hr miata, like 21st century stuff, not 1912?

  • Wllmjunior Wllmjunior on Jan 18, 2017

    I bought my Miata very early in the first production year. I paid over the sticker price just to get my hands on one of them, and it was worth every penny. Never before and never since have I seen such a reaction of love from the general public for an automobile. It was dangerous to drive the car for nearly six months until more of them were on the road because people would stare and not pay attention to their own driving. It was a trip. I loved that little car and it was so much fun to drive. I should have never sold it.