All trims, all prices revealed for 2016 Mazda Miata

We've outlined each trim level and its price, including the 100 US-bound Launch Editions.

<p>Mazda doesn't like to talk about the Miata's 0-60 mph time because it says <a href="http://quizcards.info/new-cars/road-tests/videos/a26964/2016-mazda-miata-in-depth/" target="_blank">the Miata</a> is about sensation and experience, not hard numbers. But the same lightweight construction that makes it a blast in the curves also makes it pretty quick. It'll hit 60 mph in <a href="http://www.caranddriver.com/mazda/mx-5-miata" target="_blank">slightly less than six seconds</a>. </p>
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When Mazda first revealed the 2016 MX-5 Miata's $25,735 base price, we declared: "No excuses, you can afford it." At just under $26K, anyone shopping for a new car could snap up Mazda's excellent little roadster, but would the same hold true for the other Miata variants, the nicer ones? Yes.

Mazda has released pricing for the entire 2016 MX-5 Miata lineup, from the base Sport (which we already knew would cost $25,735) to the midlevel Club to the range-topping Grand Touring. Mazda even revealed how much the 1000 Launch Edition Miatas headed to the U.S. will cost. We've outlined each trim level and its price below:

Sport: $25,735 (add $1075 for the automatic transmission—here and in all models). The Sport includes 16-inch wheels, a six-speed manual transmission, LED headlights and taillights, Bluetooth, power door locks, a leather-wrapped shift knob, a USB port, and cruise control.

Club: $29,420. The Club model adds 17-inch wheels, a front splitter, a rear spoiler, piano-black door-mirror caps, a seven-inch touch-screen infotainment system, and a nine-speaker Bose sound system. A limited-slip rear differential, Bilstein dampers, and a shock-tower brace are included, too, so long as the manual transmission is selected. Buyers can opt for a $3400 performance package that brings 17-inch forged-aluminum BBS wheels, Brembo front brakes, and aerodynamic rocker-panel extensions and rear bumper trim.

Grand Touring: $30,885. The Grand Touring adds bright-finished 17-inch wheels, heated seats, leather, automatic climate control, a Homelink garage-door opener, rain-sensing windshield wipers, adaptive headlights, blind-spot monitoring, rear cross-traffic alert, and lane-departure warning.

Launch Edition: $31,315. The Launch Edition comes with an exclusive tan interior, keyless entry, and every single one will be painted Soul Red. The rest of the car's equipment matches that of the Grand Touring, although buyers will be treated to a Mazda-branded Bose SoundLink Bluetooth speaker, as well as items from Mazda's upcoming Heritage clothing line. Just 1000 Launch Editions will be built, and you can order one starting May 5 with a $500 deposit.

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