The "Fiata." It's actually called the Fiat 124 Spider, but everybody here is calling this little roadster the Fiata because it has a Fiat body on top of Mazda Miata guts. We didn't think we'd like it — Italian/Japanese fusion just seemed too weird — but today's global auto industry is shot through with these kind of Frankenstein partnerships. And this one seems smart, combining Italian design flair with Japanese reliability. There's a reason the Mazda Miata is the bestselling roadster in history: It doesn't break down like all of its Italian and British forbears. It also has beautifully balanced handling and a cockpit that fits like an Italian suit; and now, with the 124, exterior sheet metal to match.
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