Cars Tagged - Mazda

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2003 Mazda RX-8 X-Men


The RX-8 was designed as a front mid-mounted, rear-wheel drive 2+2 coupe.

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2003 Mazda RX-8


The RX-8 is designed to meet the needs of active, sports-minded customers who enjoy spending time with friends and family.

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2002 Mazda RX-7 Spirit R


For the final production year Mazda have released a limited edition of the RX7, the Spirit R.

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2002 Mazda RX-7 R Spec


Handling in the FD RX-7 was regarded as world-class, and it is still regarded as being one of the finest handling and best balanced cars of all time.

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2001 Mazda RX-7 Type R Bathurst


A special version of the rotary-powered RX-7 sports car.

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1998 Mazda MX-5


Compact size and light weight are the most important elements in the creation of a car recognized for its superb performance.

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1991 Mazda RX-7


The third generation of the RX-7, FD, featured an updated body design.

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1991 Mazda 787B


The Mazda 787 and its derivative 787B are Group C sports prototype racing cars that were built by Mazda for use in the World Sportscar Championship.

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1990 Mazda Eunos Cosmo


The Eunos Cosmo was the top-line touring flagship of the Eunos luxury channel.

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1985 Mazda RX-7


The second generation FC RX-7, featured a complete restyling reminiscent of the Porsche 944 or Porsche 924.

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1978 Mazda RX-7


Series 1 RX-7 (1978–1980) is commonly referred to as the “SA22C” from the first alphanumerics of the vehicle identification number.

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1968 Mazda Cosmo Sport


Developed as the world’s first dual-rotor rotary engine car, the Mazda Cosmo Sport was first shown as a prototype at the 1964 Tokyo Motor Show.