by Joejoejoe on Jun 30, 2008 Vehicle: 1990 Mazda RX-7 2dr Convertible
I bought mine with 90 thousand miles which is quite low for that old of a car. I did a bunch of work on it. New brakes, shocks, which are insanely expensive to put in as they had to tear the rear of the car apart to install them. Parts were crazy, I have BMW and parts are half what I paid for Mazda parts. In the winter when I moved to Portland from Ca. I had a hard time starting it. 10 mechanics later the compression was low on one of the rotors. Car had 129 thousand miles, been babied from day frequent oil changes, etc. Needed a new engine. It was fun to drive when it worked but why do these cars have fans, the engines always burn out and people still love them. I am over it.
by tomperanteau on Apr 15, 2007 Vehicle: 1990 Mazda RX-7 2dr Convertible
I have owned Rotarys on and off since 1978. From the RX2 through several RX7s. My convertible has an aftermarket turbo on it and it not only the most fun car I have ever owned, but also one of the most reliable. If you take care of a Rotary, it will last well over 200k miles. Although gas mileage is not that great, you save in rebuilds and repairs on the car.
by rx7dropindatop on Aug 6, 2004 Vehicle: 1990 Mazda RX-7 2dr Convertible
i have a convert, the targa top is
awsome. the rotary motor in the car is
the best thing to come to cars. these
cars can take anything you put towards
them. the factory bbs wheels give it a
great touch. i bought it because this
car has been my dream car and i saved up
to get it.