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MX-5 1.8

MX-5 1.8 (Japan, 2009)

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The Mazda MX-5 1.8 was launched in 2009. It is the 3rd generation of the sports car model. It is fitted with a 1798cc engine that produces 126 hp at 6500 rpm and a maximum torque of 167 nm. The engine is located at the front. This version operates on petrol doing an average of 7.0 l/100km. The MX-5 1.8 features the smallest available engine in this generation. The straight 4 engine featured on the rear wheel drive MX-5 1.8 is mated with a 5-speed manual transmission. The car accelerates from 0 to 100 km/h in 9.90 seconds and reaches a top speed of 194 km/h. The consumption is directly linked to these numbers. It does an average of 7.0 l/100km. 167.0 g/km is the total of CO2 emissions that this car produces. This convertible (cabrio) has 2 doors and room for up to 2 passengers. Weighting 1150 kg, it has 4020 mm of length, 1720 mm of width and 1245 mm of height. As for the wheelbase it measures 2330 mm. The Mazda MX-5 1.8 features rack & pinion steering, and it wears disc brakes.

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MX-5 is a small two-seater roadster presented in 1989. In the United States of America the model was marketed as Miata up to the launch of the third series, in 2006. The MX-5 was considered the best-selling two-seat cconvertible sports car in history by the Guinness Book of World Records in 2000. The model has gone thought some changes over the last decades, but remains true to the original inspiration. It received a facelift in 2009.   more
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