Mazda RX-8 Rotary Coupe, prices and equipment

Sporty rear-drive four-seater Mazda RX-8 coupe started producing in 2003, and five years later the car was subjected to restyling. Highest European premiere of an updated version of the RX-8 took place at the Frankfurt Motor Show in 2009, and its sales have started only in the first half of 2010. Retaining the general features of the original model, and flowing lines of the body contours and accentuate muscularity, Mazda RX-8 2010 model year received a new front bumper, lighting equipment and other modified forms of the front wings.
But the calling card model means are open upstream rear doors without central post, of course unchanged. Among other innovations are the 19-inch forged alloy wheels, which were included in standartnore equipment. Salon updated Mazda RX-8 has also undergone a number of changes. The instrument panel and center console have been upgraded, and the Recaro front seats got thinner back, thus freeing a little extra legroom for rear passengers. Although called a full-fledged seats back row are still difficult.
Average fuel consumption of the rotary engine in the combined cycle is 10.6 liters per hundred kilometers (the city of 14.9 liters per hundred), and the consumption of more powerful 231-horsepower engine on the RX-8 under the same conditions has already reached 11.2 and 15, 6 liters per 100 km, respectively.
Price Mazda RX-8 in picking Sport with a more powerful engine was $30,200. In August 2011, the Japanese automaker announced the imminent cessation of production of the RX-8 model, but due to high domestic demand coupe produced until mid-2012.


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