How much does a 1990 Miata cost?

About the 1990 MAZDA MX-5 Miata

Convertible Original MSRP/Price Engine
MX-5 Miata 2dr Coupe Convertible $13800 / $12006 4 Cylinder

How much is a 1990 Miata convertible worth?

1990 Mazda MX-5 Miata Retail Prices

Trim MSRP CarGurus Instant Market Value
Roadster $14,069 $13,366

Is the 1990 Mazda Miata reliable?

The NA MX-5 was lauded for its reliability, at least compared to older European sports cars, but the Miata still has issues to look out for, especially as it ages. Many short nose crank cars run fine, but if you do buy an earlier car be mindful of the potential hazards. Other than that, the NA is a fairly reliable car.

Are miatas collectible?

If you missed out on the limited edition Miata, you’re not the only one. But the 30th Anniversary Edition isn’t the only collectible Miata you can get your hands on. According to Hagerty, the second generation (NB) Miata, model years 1999-2005, has become one of the country’s most-popular collector vehicles.

How much HP does a 1990 Miata have?

The electronic-port-fuel-injected 1.6-liter four-cylinder produces 116 horsepower at 6500 rpm and 100 lb-ft of torque at 5500—just about right for an honest sports car. The engine mates to a standard five-speed manual transmission, and only to a five-speed. No honest sports car would offer an automatic.

How fast can a 1990 Miata go?

The 116-hp four pushes the Miata from zero to 60 mph in 9.2 seconds and to a top speed—with the hardtop on—of 116 mph. Those aren’t the sort of numbers that test-results buffs drool over.

What is considered high mileage for a Miata?

Now, the Miata is affordable. It’s also reliable. And, according to iSee Car’s data, the Miata has the potential to last for at least 200,000-miles. Those are all very good selling points.

Are Mazda mx5s reliable?

‘Contrary to what you might expect, you don’t need a bulky, solid-looking car to get a dependable model, the MX-5 received our full five-star reliability rating,’ the consumer group explained. ‘An incredible 97 per cent of owners reported no faults whatsoever in the year running up to our survey.