Ever since I got into rotary engines, I just could not stop. It has become an addiction. I started off with a 1991 coupe, I loved the smoothness of the ride and acceleration. Once I got a rotary turbo, I have been hooked. Power in the mid-high RPMs is superb. The handling and feel of the car is world class. I do not think I can sell this car unless it is for a 93+ RX-7. During its time in the late 80s, it was the champ.
I have owned a 91 n/a rx7 for over a year now and have fallen in love. For such a small engine it packs a punch. Handling is great, acceleration is outstanding considering engine size, manual transmission a must if performance is required. Will out perform many new cars and almost all unmodified 4 cylinder and some 6 cylinder cars. No major repairs yet, just basics such as brakes, plugs and wires, tires, etc. Check and change oil regularly. As long as maintenance is performed when or before schedule its an excellent car.
This car a been extremely reliable for the entire time I've owned it. It now has 215,000 miles, and has only a little more than maintenance done. It did have to be repainted, due to peeling, which is fairly common on white cars from that time period (not just Mazdas).
Absolutely fun to drive. Very responsive, both handling and acceleration.
Change oil responsibly, engine requires no major maintance over its life.
Engine is very smooth, never hesitates even in high rpms.
Some minor electrical problems known, mostly confined to the interior.
I've always admired Rx-7's! These cars
are fashioned after good old high
revving race car engines.The car is a
blast to drive. The car seems to want
to go faster even after reaching the 6 -
7 thousand rpm range. Acceleration is a
very quick on this car, especially when
you have the rpm's up.I just wished the
car came with a larger tank....:)The
fact that it's a rotary engine
shouldn't scare you, there are many
Japanese auto shops that would love to
work on a car like this, at least from