Mazda RX-7
Mazda RX-7 | $ 30,000
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Mazda RX-7

Mazda RX-7

Introduced in 1979, the popular sports coupe RX-7 by Mazda was a stand out in the luxury segment. A unique feature of this flagship of Mazda was the design of the engine. While all other engines were driven by pistons, the RX-7 was built with a rotary engine. Technology brought lighter and faster cars over the years, till in 1995 the last of the series premiered in 1993. The performance was considered the ultimate with the classy cat reaching an acceleration of 0-60 miles per hour in five seconds flat. Aggressive styling and a flowing design has still made it the best looking sports car of the 1990s.The hefty price tag of a $30,000 made the sales lag in '95 but is still considered a super performing car with a hint of a comeback in 2017.

Interior

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The last model of the sporty RX-7 was fitted with supple, hi-back leather bucket seats with adjustable head rests. Optimum luxury features included air-conditioning, heater/defroster, a state of the art Bose sound system with five speakers, safety features like air-bags on the driver's side and anti-theft alarm. Steering wheel, hand brake and transmission shifts encased in leather. Powered windows, mirrors and a lightweight aluminium hood.

Exterior

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The luxury car was styled to handle speed. A fabricated steel framework holds a rigid chassis mounted with rubber bushing. The third generation series, a show stealer of the nineties, was a light-weight hatchback coupe that looked stunning with several cosmetic surgeries. The front lip and spoiler, the rear spoiler and tail lights underwent a sea change to give it a smug and sporty look. 17" aluminium wheels with red brake discs were mounted on to the hatchback available in five ravishing shades of red, yellow, black, grey and blue. The low front bumper made pop up headlights mandatory. The overall image of the aerodynamic design of the car spelt speed and a powerful performance.

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