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Mazda Rx-7 Convertible on 2040-cars

Year:1988 Mileage:200000
Location:

Camano Island, Washington, United States

Camano Island, Washington, United States

This is a great surviving RX7. Has been in Florida and Nevada most of it's life so it has no rust. Runs strong even with 200k on the original 13b, it has been taken care of well by us and the previous owner, all the maintenance was done right. Has new clutch, brakes, battery, Borla exhaust, cold air intake, Mazdaspeed bucket seats (original seats will be included if wanted, they need recovering). This is a no smoking no pets car. Body is very straight but it does have door dings that don't seem to show in the pictures. Paint is starting to go on the hood. Top doesn't leak but has a few very small pin holes in outer layer of the top. This will be a great car for someone! You could enjoy as is or it would be a great starting point if someone wanted to make it perfect. Reserve is very fair but please don't ask, it is an auction. Good luck bidding!  I will be available to show the car if you are local. All others will need to arrange shipping.       

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Mazda announces live-streaming vehicle intro on Xbox

Wed, 19 Jun 2013 11:31:00 EST

In April, Mazda introduced a marketing campaign titled "Game Changers" to showcase how certain people have made significant impacts in their respective sports, and now it's the Japanese automaker that is changing the game by creating an innovative way to launch a new product. Mazda is teaming up with Xbox to offer a first-of-its-kind live-streaming global debut of a new product. Mazda didn't say which model will be debuted, but our guess is that it will be the next-generation Mazda3.
The actual reveal will take place at 9 pm on June 26 during a live concert from the band Metric in New York City, but there will be other live events preceding the concert in Melbourne, St. Petersburg, Istanbul and London. Mazda will be promoting the event on social media using the hashtag #GameChanger, and there is also a contest on Xbox where one winner will receive $2,500 to attend a music event of their choice. Scroll down for the full details of the contest and vehicle debut event.

2016 Mazda MX-5 Miata first in-car observations

Sun, 07 Sep 2014 10:58:00 EST

We've had few days to digest the all-new 2016 Mazda MX-5 Miata since the roadster was first revealed on Wednesday evening when we offered you our first impressions. Since that time, we've gone back and looked at the car a number of times in person here in California, and we've even seen it briefly run under its own power (okay, it was more of a saunter). What we didn't get the chance to do at the reveal, however, was sit inside the car. We've since been able to remedy that, and while we haven't been allowed to drive the new roadster, we do have some initial in-car impressions to share with you.
First, the location and feel of the major controls is quite excellent. The three-spoke steering wheel is an MX-5 specific item - it's not shared with any other Mazda. That's vital, because others would likely be too big in diameter or have the wrong rim thickness. The wheel's redundant controls seem to be well laid out and the airbag boss is very small. The column tilts, but unfortunately and somewhat inexplicably, it still doesn't telescope.
Pedals are well-spaced, and the six-speed manual has the same short throws and positive engagement that we've come to know and love.

Jay Leno celebrates Mazda Miata's 25th birthday

Mon, 10 Feb 2014 20:00:00 EST

Ask a car enthusiast what the best driver's car on the road is, and the Mazda MX-5 Miata is very likely to come up rather quickly. Unjustly saddled with a reputation as a "chick's car," the Miata has been, over its three generations, one of the finest driving instruments ever built - it's light, agile and rear-wheel drive with direct, snappy steering, an engine that revels in being revved and a precise, smooth-shifting transmission. The fact that it's ridiculously affordable and reliable is simply a bonus.
It should come as no surprise then, that a car with these traits has endured for 25 years, a milestone reached only by some of the most famous nameplates in the auto industry - Corvette, Mustang, F-150, SL, M3 and so on. To celebrate its 25th anniversary, Jay Leno spent some time with the little roadster that could, while also chatting with two of the Mazda employees that were central to the MX-5's arrival on the world's automotive scene, Bob Hall and Tom Matano.
Take a look below for the latest video from Jay Leno's Garage on the excellent Mazda MX-5 Miata.