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Just found the Mazda Miata RF from Alamo. This model is obviously part of the Alamo fleet in category Compact Convertible. As I think about to buy such a car I would be keen to learn more about your experience. Someone has already driven this car. Thanks for any feedback!
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I`ve already driven the Mazda MX-5 Miata. It was not a rental car from Alamo but it was from a firend. He gave me the opportunity of a short testdrive which I`ve enjoyed pretty much. It`s a small but attractive car out of the sports car class. It offers a poissed handling. Also a more than sufficient engine performance is available. However I felt limited practicability due to a cramped and tiny trunk cabin.
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The MX-5 Miata from Mazda is a funny small sports car. It`s still of my list of cars to be rented.
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You can also rent this model on Turo. But I would prefer a rental directly from Alamao. My opinion.
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Honestly speaking I would never rent from Turo. I've too much doubts about maintenance of the cars.
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Same opinion @Champion . I've rented one time from Turo and was disappointed. The car was dirty and had already lots of miles on the odometer.
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I prefer to rent from professional rental companies instead of using privately owned car. Of course this is a business concept but not mine.
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- Joined: Sat Dec 14, 2019 10:47 am
I've driven the Miata one time. It's not comfortable, no power and no space.
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I don`t understand what might be attractive at such an Mazda Miata. For me it`s not a real car but a vehicle with 4 wheels only.