Pricing for the 2017 Mazda MX-5 Miata RF Launch Edition was announced last week, and now the rest of the RF lineup has been priced. The RF will start at $32,390, including $835 destination, when it arrives early next year.
Unlike the Launch Edition, which is based on the Grand Touring trim, the standard RF will come in either Club or Grand Touring trim levels. The RF Club model costs $32,390 with the six-speed manual, or $33,120 with the six-speed automatic. Manual models have the option of the Brembo brakes and BBS wheels package, which costs $3,400. The RF Grand Touring starts at $33,455 with the manual, which is $1,170 less than the Launch Edition's starting price. An RF Grand Touring equipped with the automatic will run you $34,660.
Hands-free keyless entry is a $130 option on all RF models except Launch Edition and those with the automatic transmission, which get the feature as standard. Premium paint options include Soul Red Metallic and Machine Gray Metallic each for $300, and the Grand Touring-exclusive Crystal White Pearl Mica for $200. The Launch Edition comes standard in Machine Gray Metallic. All RF models receive a 4.6-inch color TFT gauge display and 7-inch Mazda Connect touchscreen infotainment system. All 2017 Miatas, including both the soft-top and RF, come standard with a blind-spot monitoring system with rear cross-traffic alert.
Just like the soft-top models, RF Club variants get cloth seats with red stitching, a Bilstein suspension, unique ground effects, and a limited-slip differential when equipped with the manual. Grand Touring models get heated leather seats, adaptive headlights with High Beam Control, and lane departure warning.
There's no production limit on the standard 2017 Miata RF, but the Launch Edition is limited to 1,000 units in the U.S. Mazda recently opened up ordering for the remaining supply of Launch Editions to the general public.