1993 Mazda Rx-7 Base Coupe 2-door 1.3l on 2040-cars
is very nice Montego blue
Cedar Crest, New Mexico, United States
Does not Start. Rear Apex seal is bad. Automatic transmission. 69,438 original miles, Clean title. Interior is Black very nice-No cracks or tears. Some peeling on the plastic. The exterior is very nice Montego blue-No dents Scratches or peeling (Slight scuffs in a few spots). I bought this RX7 from the original owner in Kansas. It ran great for 3000 miles and then died. Rear rotor has low compression. Mostly original except for upgraded vacuum lines, A 3" downpipe replaced the precat (still have the precat) and manual boost controller set to 12psi. Rims are Chrome Mitec (Missing 3 center caps),Tires have at least 70% tread. Also have original rims (very good condition). Reserve price is $7,600.00 Dollars. Shipping paid by buyer. I have never shipped a car but will ship if buyer sets it up and pays the shipper.
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Thu, 25 Jul 2013 18:30:00 EST
While it may not be touting the old "Win on Sunday, sell on Monday" axiom we all know and love, Mazda recognizes that racing can only improve its cars. And so it's no surprise that the Japanese automaker is testing and refining its Skyactiv-D diesel engine by sending it out on various race tracks around the country - notably being the first diesel ever to compete at Daytona and the first to notch a Grand Am win at Road Atlanta.
Wed, 30 Oct 2013 11:02:00 EST
Next up? Indy. It has been over 60 years since a diesel-powered machine ran at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, and the Cummins-powered racer that competed in the 1952 Indy 500 with a 6.6-liter inline-six-cylinder oil-burner was a fast and brutal machine that set a new lap record in qualifying leading up to the race. Though that car was withdrawn with turbocharger failure 71 laps in, its diesel powerplant left an indelible impression on the racing community, and that's something Mazda hopes to accomplish once again.
Mazda says that the diesel engine in its race car is pretty darn close to stock - 51 percent stock by parts count, and 63 percent stock by weight - which means the way it performs in competition is at least a somewhat meaningful way to the stock engine's durability in the real world. Check out the image of the Mazda6 Skyactiv-D racer posing alongside the 1952 Cummins above (click to enlarge) and feel free to peruse the press release below for the rest of the details.
Kevin Rice left Mazda a baker's dozen years ago, but now he's back.
Wed, 28 Aug 2013 09:03:00 EST
A graduate of the Transportation Design program at Coventry University (just across town from Jaguar headquarters), Rice worked his way up in the industry working for the likes of Opel and Italdesign Giugiaro before landing a job at Mazda. Between 1995 and 2000, he collaborated on such projects as the RX-8 and the 1999 Neospace concept that previewed the Mazda2 before moving on to BMW, where the new 3 Series and 4 Series were among the last projects he worked on during his 13-year tenure in Munich.
Now back at Mazda, Rice has been named the Japanese automaker's new creative director, charged with further honing the brand's KODO design language from its European headquarters in Oberursel, Germany. We're looking forward to seeing what he and his design team come up with in the coming years.
Ten million is a lot no matter which way you cut it, and no matter what you're talking about: Ten million dollars, ten million miles, ten million people... certainly ten million cars. And that's the milestone that Mazda's Hofu plant in Yamaguchi prefecture of Japan has just achieved.
The Hofu facility has been in operation since 1982, and was supplemented with a second plant on the same site ten years later. Hofu reached a million units built in 1986 and five million in 2002. But with production now at 482,100 units per year, it took less than twelve years to double that previous milestone.
The magic ten-millionth car was a new Mazda6 (known locally as the Atenza), which is built at Hofu Plant No. 2, while Hofu Plant No. 1 gears up for the new Mazda3 (aka Axela). Scroll down below for a related press release.