Navigation for Japanese Miata


Still looks like it might be some kind of an after market.

Conversation 3 comments

  1. There are many different kinds of nav setups. This one doesn’t seem appropriate in a Miata. Big ugly screen in an itsybitsy car.

  2. C’mon, Mazda, don’t get carried away and forget the Miata’s simple purpose.

    Even the convertible hardtop is getting a tad bit too complex, though it’s probably nice for colder climates and for added security, too.

    But minus the navigation screen, this is a great looking interior for such an iconic car. It evokes those great British roadsters of 30+ years ago.

    If I wasn’t 6′-6″ tall I’d be driving one with manual tranny, cloth top, no nav, green with tan leather.

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