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What is the fastest Mazda engine?

What is the fastest Mazda engine?

Mazda RX-7 Type R (FD3S) With a top speed of 155 mph, the Mazda RX-7 Type R takes joint first place. It’s a 2 door RWD Coupé with 2+2 seats and a front mid-mounted 1.3L Rotary 2 Bi-Turbo Gasoline engine. See all the tech specs here. It is also 1st in The Highest Power / Weight Mazdas Ever.

What is the sportiest Mazda?

Ranking The Fastest Mazda Sports Cars Ever Made

  1. 1 Mazda RX-7 Spirit R (0-60 Mph In 5.0 Seconds)
  2. 2 Mazda RX-7 Type R (2001) (0-60 Mph In 5.1 Seconds)
  3. 3 Mazda RX-7 (1991) (0-60 Mph In 5.3 Seconds)
  4. 4 Mazda Mazdaspeed 3 (0-60 Mph In 5.4 Seconds)
  5. 5 Mazda Mazdaspeed 6 (0-60 Mph In 5.4 Seconds)

How good is the Mazda MPs?

A limited-slip diff in the rear axle further aids traction and stability. Mazda claims the MPS is good for a 6.6sec sprint to 62mph and rock- solid at its maximum 150mph. It’s an impressive spec for the modest £23,950 asking price, and pitches the MPS against the new front-drive Vectra VXR.

When is the Mazda 6 MPs coming to the UK?

By the time the Mazda 6 MPS goes on sale in the UK in September next year, over three years will have passed since we first saw the car in concept form. That’s enough time to engineer a whole new car, and a long time to wait for a high-performance derivative to give the 6 an image and sales boost.

Is the Mazda 6 a good family car?

The Mazda 6 puts the Japanese firmly among the frontrunners in the family car class. Thanks to Mazda’s attention to detail and commitment to weight reduction in order to improve economy and emissions, the 6 is good to drive and easy on the wallet.

Who is Joe Bakaj and why does Mazda want MPs?

Joe Bakaj, the Brit who did his career no harm at all as chief engineer on the current Ford Mondeo, is now head of product development at Mazda. He is famously thorough, and determined that only ‘credible’ cars will bear the MPS badge.