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Mazda Extends Production of Special Edition RX-8 SPIRIT R

A good news for Mazda fellows as Mazda has decided to extend production of the Mazda RX-8 SPIRIT R by 1,000 units. Mazda initially intended to make 1,000 units of the special edition four-door, four-seat rotary engine sports car, but will extend production due to a large number of orders. Sales of the RX-8 SPIRIT R, the final special edition ...

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Mazda RX-8 SPIRIT R Will Be the Final Special Edition Model of RX-8 in Japan

Today, Mazda Motor Corporation announced the last revision plus special edition version of its four-door, four-seat rotary engine sports car for Japanese Domestic Market (JDM). The RX-8 SPIRIT R will go on sale from November 24, 2011 in Japan. Since, the Mazda RX-8 production will extended to June 2012 and SPIRIT R will be the final special edition model. Mazda ...

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Mazda RX-8 Production Will Stop Due to Low Sales

[singlepic id=8909 w=630 h= float=] Last month, Mazda Motor Corp. is planning to cancel the production of Mazda RX-8. Largely, this is due to falling sales and strict global emissions standards.   All the RX-8s are produced at Mazda’s Hiroshima plant in Japan. The global sales of RX-8 and its production will conclude soon.   Previously, Mazda unveiled the 16X had an ...

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The new Mazda Renesis Rotary Engine 16X will be delay by another two years

As the global climate changed and initiative to save the mother earth, emissions requirements is tightly enforced over years. Consequently, the Mazda’s rotary engine is now failing to meet emissions requirements set by the engineering team at Mazda. “We will never give up” says Mitsuo Hitomi, general manager of Mazda’s powertrain division, referring to the automaker’s long-running investment into the ...

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Will Sports Car Permanent Decline in Automotive Industry?

Lately, there is a report by Edmunds’ Auto Observer from United States of America correctly points out that the rest of the sports car market isn’t faring nearly so well even for the Japanese Line-up. It shows that sports cars like the once hot Nissan GT-R, with only 106 sales in April, are now struggling for sales. Porsche 911 sales ...

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