It can be tough picking out just the right car. You want something that handles like a dream, is reasonably fuel efficient, and will turn a few heads when you rip around the corners. You may look at what’s included in the package, like ABS or dual-stage airbags, but the most important standard equipment of all for the Mazda MX-5 Roadster Coupe (née Miata) is an iPod nano. No, not just connectivity, but the actual player itself.
It’s unclear whether dealers in North America are offering the $150-$250 bonus (they don’t mention the capacity of said nano), but we do know that if you buy the droptop roadster in the UK, you’ll also score yourself some “free” Apple love.
Some may say that the Miata is a girly car, but I’d say that the nano is pretty gender neutral (unless it’s pink).