The fourth-generation Miata is pretty much perfection right out of the box, so Mazda kept changes to a minimum for the 2018 model year. The two major changes? An available Dark Cherry soft top (as seen above), and heated Recaro seats available on the Club model as part of the Brembo/BBS package.
The base MX-5 Sport also gets a 7-inch infotainment system as standard equipment for 2018, though it comes with a slight price increase ($395 more than the ’17 model), which isn’t too bad considering you had to step up to the $$ Club trim before to get the same infotainment system before.
New colors for the 2018 MX-5 Miata include Eternal Blue Mica, Snowflake White Pearl Mica, Soul Red Crystal, and Machine Gray Metallic (previously only available on the RF).
Expect to see the 2018 models arriving at dealerships late this month and into January. Not exactly convertible season for those of us up North, but such is life..