Adopting a front-mid-engine, rear-wheel-drive layout, the MX-5 Miata is an iconic two-seater roadster that has been in production since the '80s.

When the Japanese carmaker unveiled the Mazda Miata MX-5 at the Chicago Motor Show in 1989, 

few fans could have imagined that it would go on to acquire a cult-like following throughout the world. 

Even as sports cars become progressively lighter, punchier, and quicker as the years pass, 

the Miata's appeal as a driver is due to its suitability for drivers of all ages and income levels.

Even though the MX-5 is a well-liked inexpensive convertible that offers a sleek yet practical ride ideal for clear bright summer afternoons, 

you might still be sceptical about how long the car will truly survive. 

Despite everything you may have heard or read about the Miata, the answer may surprise you. 

According to the vehicle research company iSee Cars, the MX-5 is equally dependable and long-lasting, as you'll discover further in this article.

In a study of the automobile brands with the greatest percentage of vehicles that reached 200,000 miles, 

the data analysis of more than 15.8 million vehicles sold in 2019 revealed that the MX-5 Miata may endure 200,000 miles. 

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