Mazda Miata Wiper Blade Sizes (1990-2023)

Replacing your Mazda Miata’s wiper blades is a quick and easy maintenance item that you can complete yourself. It’s even easier when you consult the chart on this page and find wiper blades that will actually fit your vehicle.

Fresh wiper blades are absolutely essential to ensure that precipitation and dirt can’t block your view while you’re driving. In many cases, worn-out wiper blades can actually cause more of a safety hazard than having no wiper blades because they can leave behind streaks on your windshield when you use them. Don’t put off replacing your wiper blades any longer.

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Mazda Miata Wiper Blade Size Chart

2023Convertible18"19"Bosch ICON
2022Convertible18"19"Bosch ICON
2021Convertible18"19"Bosch ICON
2020Convertible18"19"Bosch ICON
2019Convertible18"19"Bosch ICON
2018Convertible18"19"Bosch ICON
2017Convertible18"19"Bosch ICON
2016Convertible18"19"Bosch ICON
2015Convertible18"18"Bosch ICON
2014Convertible18"18"Bosch ICON
2013Convertible18"18"Bosch ICON
2012Convertible18"18"Bosch ICON
2011Convertible18"18"Bosch ICON
2010Convertible18"18"Bosch ICON
2009Convertible18"18"Bosch ICON
2008Convertible18"18"Bosch ICON
2007Convertible18"18"Bosch ICON
2006Convertible18"18"Bosch ICON
2005Convertible18"18"Bosch ICON
2004Convertible18"18"Bosch ICON
2003Convertible18"18"Bosch ICON
2002Convertible18"18"Bosch ICON
2001Convertible18"18"Bosch ICON
2000Convertible18"18"Bosch ICON
1999Convertible18"18"Bosch ICON
1997Convertible18"18"Bosch ICON
1996Convertible18"18"Bosch ICON
1995Convertible18"18"Bosch ICON
1994Convertible18"18"Bosch ICON
1993Convertible18"18"Bosch ICON
1992Convertible18"18"Bosch ICON
1991Convertible18"18"Bosch ICON
1990Convertible18"18"Bosch ICON

About the Mazda Miata

In some ways, the Mazda Miata, also known as the Mazda MX-5, hearkens back to a simpler time in automotive history. In 1989, when the Miata first hit showroom floors, a design as bold as the Miata’s really stood out in a sea of unremarkable sedans. Fortunately, the Miata has continued to evolve over four generations to become a well-loved and stylish two-passenger sports car.

One thing that’s unique about the Miata is that it comes standard with a manual transmission. Although you can get an automatic transmission on the highest trim level, most Miatas are meant to be enjoyed by serious driving enthusiasts who want to be able to control the performance of the vehicle they’re driving. With the right driver, the Miata can accelerate to 60 miles per hour in less than six seconds.

Thanks to its smaller size, the Miata has a curb weight that maxes out at only 2,403 pounds. The vehicle’s smaller size and standard 181-horsepower engine allows the Mazda Miata to be fun to drive on curvy roads that would be a challenge for larger vehicles.

Speaking of larger cars, most of the closest competitors of the Miata are quite a bit larger than the Miata. The Ford Mustang, Subaru BRZ, Toyota 86 and GR86, Porsche Boxster, and Honda S2000, while great cars in their own right, are larger and heavier, meaning that they require a larger engine to produce the same acceleration as the Miata

For a fun car that is sure to turn heads, look no further than the Mazda Miata.

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