The 1999 Mazda MX-5 (NB) (also known as Mazda Miata in North America) is the successor to the Mazda MX-5 (NA). Mazda removed the pop-up headlights due to pedestrian safety risks and no longer rebadged the car as the Eunos Roadster in Japan.

The 1.8L inline-4 engine from the first generation was kept for this generation but with minor revisions including a variable intake control system which increased the power output. The NB model generation underwent a facelift in 2000 and was replaced in 2006 by the NC generation.

Need for Speed: Underground

The Mazda MX-5 appears in Need for Speed: Underground and is available from the beginning of the Underground Mode. The MX-5 is one of the quickest starter cars although the Honda Civic Si has a higher top speed.

Due to being a lightweight rear-wheel drive roadster, the Mazda MX-5 is one of the most competitive cars in the game. Its lack of top speed is compensated by its outstanding handling and quick acceleration.

Need for Speed: Underground 2

The Mazda MX-5 appears in Need for Speed: Underground 2 and is unlocked at the beginning of the title.

The MX-5's light chassis gives it quick acceleration and strong handling traits, allowing it to outperform more powerful cars in corners. Regular upgrades make it competitive throughout the career mode.

The MX-5 is best used in Circuit, Street X, and Drift events. It is less suitable for Drag due to a low top speed.

Stock 0-60 mph: 7.73 s 0-100 mph: 21.27 s Top Speed: 125.0 mph (201 km/h) Torque: 109.5 ft-lbs Power: 128.1 bhp
Fully Upgraded 0-60 mph: 3.05 s 0-100 mph: 7.28 s Top Speed: 213.0 mph (343 km/h) Torque: 303.8 ft-lbs Power: 424.3 bhp

Need for Speed: Underground Rivals

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The Mazda MX-5 appears in Need for Speed: Underground Rivals and is purchasable for $19,000.


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