Mazda has launched another special edition model which is the 2010 Mazda MX5 Miyako as part of the company’s celebration of the 20th anniversary of their best selling roadster.
The 2010 Mazda MX5 Miyako will be offered as a soft-top version or as a roadster and sales will start in July.
The name ‘Muyako’ comes from one of the most beautiful places in Japan, and the car comes fitted with extra options like premium perforated leather trim with red stitching, special floor mats, climate control and special badging. At the exterior the 2010 Mazda MX5 Miyako features fog lamps, 17 inch alloys, a front suspension strut brace and free metallic painting.
Motorisation options for the 2010 Mazda MX5 Miyako include the 126PS 1.8i engine that enables 0 to 62 mph acceleration in 9.9 seconds and the 160PS 2.0i thanks to which sprinting from 0 to 62 mpg takes 7.9 seconds.
On the 2.0i version the automaker adds 
Limited Slip Differential (LSD), Dynamic Stability Control (DSC) and
Traction Control System (TCS) on top of the other features offered as standard.
The 2010 Mazda MX5 Miyako price starts at 18,385 GBP for the 1.8i soft-top version while the 2.0i roadster version has been priced starting from 20,885 GBP. 
Mazda press release :
Continuing to celebrate the 20th Anniversary of the
world’s best-selling roadster, Mazda has introduced a new ‘summer
special edition’ version of its iconic sportscar, named the Mazda MX-5
The new model, which is  on sale from 1 July, is available in two
versions – the 1.8i Miyako soft-top priced at £18,385 (on-the-road) and
the more powerful 2.0i Miyako roadster coupe with the world’s fastest
folding powered roof (up or down in 12 seconds), priced at £20,885
The name ‘Miyako’ is taken from the idyllic Japanese holiday island
of Miyako-jima, considered by many to be one of the most beautiful spots
in Japan and the perfect location for open-top motoring. 
The new Miyako is generously equipped with the interior benefitting
from unique Medici premium perforated black leather trim with a red
underlay and stitching, special badging, floor mats and climate control
air-conditioning.  The exterior includes front fog lamps, larger 17-inch
alloy wheels, a front suspension strut brace (for improved steering
response), and free metallic paint.
“The new Mazda MX-5 Miyako will have extra appeal to a broader range
of customers, including those who recognise the uniquely pure driving
pleasure this Mazda continues to deliver, and those who aspire to owning
a special edition model,” comments Mark Cameron, sales director, Mazda
“This is the first special edition model based on the upgraded MX-5
that we have offered on both soft‑top and roadster coupe body styles and
I am sure it will attract new buyers to our brand.  Both models also
represent great value, with the 2.0i Miyako costing just £590 more than
the entry level 2.0 SE model.”
The 1.8i 126ps Miyako soft-top accelerates to 62mph in a brisk 9.9
seconds, while the 2.0i Miyako roadster coupe with its 160ps engine
undercuts that time by two seconds.  Combined mpg and CO2
ratings are 40.4/38.2mpg and 167/177g/km, respectively.  Both Miyako
models carry generous equipment levels with many features as standard
including: remote central locking, a leather steering wheel with audio
controls, an MP3 compatible audio system with six speakers and auxiliary
(AUX) jack input, as well as heated electric mirrors and electric front
windows, a Thatcham Category 1 alarm and immobiliser. In addition,
Limited Slip Differential (LSD), Dynamic Stability Control (DSC) and
Traction Control System (TCS) are included on the 2.0i.
Both versions of the MX-5 Miyako will be available in Aluminium
Silver Metallic, while the soft-top will also be available in Velocity
Red Mica – free of charge.  Just 500 examples of each version will be
manufactured for the UK market.
New Mazda MX-5 Miyako / Performance & Economy

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Top speed
1.8 Miyako Soft Top 9.9 121 40.4 29.7 51.4
2.0 Miyako Roadster Coupe 7.9 132 38.2 28.0 48.7

New Mazda MX-5 Miyako / Price List – July 2010

‘On the road’
CO2 (g/km)
Road Fund
Licence Band
1.8 Miyako Soft Top  126 £18,385 167 H 21E
2.0 Miyako Roadster Coupe  160 £20,885 177 I 27E

NB ‘On the road’ prices include 17.5% VAT, number plates, delivery, 12 months road fund licence, first registration fee, 3 year or 60,000 mile warranty and 3 years European Roadside Assistance.  All models are available with free 7-day drive away insurance. 

Source: Mazda