2000 Mazda Miata Special Edition (SE)
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Aiken, South Carolina, United States
Features and Specifications
2000 Mazda MX-5 Miata Special Edition
This is a genuine Special Edition. It gets confusing with many of the 2000 year Miatas called special editions. The SE package had chrome wheels, this one wrapped in Hankook tires in very good shape. Further, the paint was unique as the SE only came in Mahogany Mica. The SE also had the special fender tag call outs, the wooden, Nardi, steering wheel, the wooden six speed transmission, shift knob, the wooden brake handle. It also came with the unique parchment interior color on carpet, leather seats and interior paneling. The leather driver seat has some scuffs but no rips or tears on either passenger or driver. You can see the scuff I'm talking about in one of the pictures. The SE also came with the usual side spoilers, mud guards and the front spoiler which has some scuffs due to previous owner encounters with parking blocks. The parchment colored tonneau top is included as it should be. This car is factory stock with no mods including the original radio which works fine. Although I neglected to add a picture of the car with the top up, it is tan, has no issues, is clean without cuts, tears or any other issues. Even the headliner which usually hangs down is properly in place. This Miata is sold without a warranty. I'm a private seller and have had a bit of experience with these cars. Please ask any questions I answer for you. This is Miata SE 489 of 3000 built. Its build date was 21 January 2000. An interesting anomaly on this vehicle is the number of registration events shown in and around the local area, Aiken, McCormick, North Augusta, South Carolina. Every time there is a registration event, it is counted as a new owner. I was told, and I'm owner in 2019, by owner 2017 that the car was owned by a retired Marine before him. The guy had trouble with his legs and couldn't drive it anymore. Kept it in his garage for a long time. It could have been that he moved around and kept the title or registration up to date yearly when he moved. Title could have been put in his name if he had a death in the family and the car was in the decedents name and his. Any number of factors, but the mileage seems accurate as does the condition which reflects mileage.