Mazda RX-8 dimensions
Latest model: Mazda RX-8 Coupe (2011)
Length: 176 (in) = 4470 (mm)
Width: 69.7 (in) = 1770 (mm)
Height: 52.8 (in) = 1340 (mm)
Compare Mazda RX-8 dimensions to: Nissan 350Z
Mazda RX-8 details:
Product an adrenaline surge with four-passenger capacity, the 2011 Mazda RX-8 has some practical pros over the typical sport coupe but is let down by a lack of torque and an Suv-like thirst for fuel. Mazda RX-8 Coupe offers the following pros: Nimble handling; convenient ride; smooth rotary engine; high-tech body style that can actually bench four adults; cool option content. Mazda RX-8 Coupe drawbacks are: Poor fuel efficiency; meager low-end performance and acceleration; small cargo opening.
The 2011 Mazda RX-8 is a four-seat coupe with a pair of rear-hinged access doors. There are three versions: Sport, Grand Touring and R3.
The base Sport features 18-inch wheels and performance tires, air-conditioning, cruise control, a leather-wrapped helm and shifter, full performance accessories and a six-speaker audio with CD player and optional stereo slot. Manual-transmission models gain a limited-slip differential and back lip spoiler.
The Grand Touring trim contains the limited-slip differential and spoiler, and adds automatic xenon headlights, foglights, heated side mirrors, rain-sensing wipers, a sunroof, an auto-dimming rearview mirror, an eight-way performance driver bench with memory, heated front seatings, leather upholstery, automatic conditioning, keyless ignition/entry, Bluetooth and a nine-speaker Bose surround-sound system (with radio and a Six-cd changer).
The high-performance R3 trim level, available only with the six-speed manual transmission, has a handful of the Grand Touring features (such as xenon headlights, Bluetooth, keyless ignition/entry and the Bose stereo system) and adds a more aggressively tuned suspension, 19-inch wheels, a back wing spoiler and Recaro front sport seatings.
The lone feature is a touchscreen navigator (with voice commands) for the Grand Touring.