2016 Mazda RX7
Japanese carmaker is working hard to get itself onto market with Scion FRS and Subaru BRZ market. In the matter of fact, their 2016 Mazda RX7 is getting ready to take position right between these two vehicles, with its price and equipment. It is almost certain that we will see it during next year, but it is still unconfirmed would it be 2015 or 2016 model. Subaru and Scion will get tough competition, but however, established nameplates in the names of German vehicles will be much more expensive, but also ahead with technology and performance.
2016 Mazda RX7 redesign
Design of the new 2016 Mazda RX7 could remind us on earlier models. New vehicle could have few lines and attributes from its very first models, which were released during 70’s. However, do not expect a lot of recalls, since engineers are being preparing mostly new design. We still don’t know exact date of release, and from leaked information from trusted sources, we learned that final design of 2016 Mazda RX7 is not set yet, and that there is still enough time for it to be made. It is sure that car will be lighter due to use of aluminum and other modern materials. Overall weight is planned to be dropped to 2800 lbs. So, expect better fuel consumption. Attractive design is certain, we just need to wait to see final look of the 2016 RX7.
2016 Mazda RX7 release date and price
With the design, engine range is also uncertain. Release date and model year of the 2016 Mazda RX7 are yet to be confirmed. All that makes prediction of the price very hard. From what we know, it will be set up between it competitors Scion FRS and Subaru BRZ. It could be somewhere around $30.000. That will make 2016 RX7 way cheaper from higher-end competitors Nissan 370Z and Subaru WRX STI. With a plenty of time ahead of us before official unveiling and market appearance, there is room for many changes, so this prediction could miss. The 2016 Mazda RX7 could be ready for some of the car shows at the first quarter of next year, so market showing could follow in few months.