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2009 Mazda MX-5 Miata: Facelift Time

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2009 Mazda MX-5

2009 Mazda MX-5

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The first shots of the mildly updated 2009 Mazda MX-5 have leaked on to the Web.

The changes are limited to a resculpted front end, where the themes of the Mazda 6 and the RX-8 have made their way onto the petite roadster. There's a deeper air intake up front, flanked by reshaped headlamps and foglamps.

If any more changes are confirmed by Mazda's U.S. team, we'll let  you know--and we'll be back with more pics when they're available.

UPDATE: We've swapped out the pre-embargo pic for this nice clean one. Salut!

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  1. Much better looking from the front. I am not a fan of the current facia and think this will make the car appear a bit more balanced and aggresive.
     
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  2. NICE FACELIFT!!! Doesn't take away from the from the model it replaces, only enhaces it. Great!
     
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  3. It is sad that the Miata gets futher and futher away from its orginial look of smooth lines with each redesign. The squared off look no longer sets it a part from all the other two seaters in a now crowed field.
     
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  4. I'm trying to decide whether to purchase an '09 or wait until the "big re-design "takes place in '10 ...Help ! Former '08 owner 'till and elderly gentleman drove us into a ditch with a totalled car.
     
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