A beautiful soul red Miata for a pure pleasant driving experience like cruising on a Highway 1 with the top down.
The car has less than a 50K miles on the odometer and it is equipped with 170-horsepower, 2.0-liter four, and a six-speed manual transmission, all stock configuration. The only thing that was added to the car is iPhone Audio connectivity.
Please note: you must know how to operate a manual transmission, this is not the car to learn the shifting, this is the car to enjoy the driving.
* Absolutely no smoking allowed!
If you are a new person to Miata, please look at this article: http://www.motortrend.com/cars/mazda/miata/2006/2006-mazda-mx-5-3/
iPhone AUX input
Delivery available with advance notice. For airport delivery/pickup, please note this car is not large and the trunk is very small. Unless you are an extremely light packer, your stuff will likely not fit.
* No Smoking * No pets allowed * Absolutely No Speed Demonstration * No Tires Burning * No Drag Racing
Minimum fuel Requirement: Premium unleaded, 91 octane (required by manufacturer)
FUEL DOOR RELEASE - where is it?
The fuel door release is in the seat side box located between the seats.1Pull handle to open the seat side box.2To open the fuel door, pull the fuel door release.
What are the car's specifications?
If interested, please open the link to the Miata's specs:
How do I use the iPhone/IPod connector
1) Simply plug the connector to your phone (you may need to remove the phone case, if it is to thick, to get the connector fully plugged)
2) Power the Media console by pushing the large "Volume" button
3) Switch mode to "NAV"
4) Enjoy the streaming music from your iPhone/iPod :)
Konstantin and his Miata were one of the best experiences yet on Turo! I was his first rental, and definitely won't be the last! He was an absolute gentleman through the whole trip. He showed me the intricacies of the Miata - from how to operate the soft top, to the essential of how to open the gas lid (would not have figured it out without looking on Google otherwise). Believe me...ASK HIM about the gas lid before you drive off. Miata transmission was tight and was a blast going to Santa Cruz. I'll be back for more!