Mazda RX-7 FC3S


Known as the ‘Savanna’, the second-generation Mazda RX-7, which was built between 1986 -91 is looked at as the finest iteration of Mazda’s legendary rotary-powered coupe. In 1986, Mazda sold 86,000 RX-7s in the United States, with sales peaking two years alter. It was 80 pounds heavier than the first generation RX-7; however, it had a turbocharged rotary engine that kicked out 182 horsepower, enough guts to win it Motor Trend’s Import Car of the Year for 1986


Engine Specifications
1.3L Rotary
185 HP
181 LB/FT
0 - 60 MPH
8.6 sec
Top Speed
143 MPH


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