• Japanese car company Mazda has succeeded in infusing all of its models with a degree of sportiness that has formed its reputation and attracted coveted young buyers. Despite the sporty edge in everything from a roadster to a large crossover, Mazda's vehicles are more than livable for day-to-day use, riding a fine line other automakers fail to do productwide.Mazda has close ties to Ford Motor Co., which held a controlling interest until 2008, and it's evident in the two companies' products. For example, the Mazda6 midsize sedan platform became the foundation for numerous midsize and larger vehicles that wear the Blue Oval.One of Mazda's signature cars, the MX-5 two-door convertible -- better known as the Miata -- is credited with sparking a roadster revival when it debuted in 1989. Many roadsters have since joined the market, but the Miata remains one of the best and most affordable -- a true driver's car.Mazda recently rolled out the Mazda2, a subcompact hatchback that shares its underpinnings with the Ford Fiesta hatchback and sedan. The Mazda3 compact sedan and hatchback have been among Mazda's best-sellers. It's fair to say Ford's successful Fusion midsize sedan is based on the Mazda6, not vice versa. Mazda sells no full-size sedan but does have a sporty rear-wheel-drive four-seater called the RX-8 that's powered by a rotary gas engine. Mazda's history with the intriguing rotary engine is long, but the technology has never delivered the efficiency and emissions hoped for, and the RX-8 is in the process of being phased out.The Tribute compact crossover is a close relative of the Ford Escape and is likewise available as a hybrid. The midsize CX-7, available in a turbocharged version, is distinct from Ford's midsize crossover. The CX-9 large crossover seats seven in three rows, though sporty rear-end styling limits headroom in the third-row seat. A model that's in a class by itself in the U.S. market is the Mazda5, a small minivan with sliding doors and six seats in three rows. A staple in overseas markets, vans of this size have otherwise disappeared from the U.S.Headquartered in Hiroshima, Japan, Mazda Motor Corp. is publicly traded. Though Ford's once-controlling stake has decreased to roughly 11 percent, it is still the largest global shareholder and maintains a close product-development relationship.
"1985 Mazda Capella 1600 Coupé" related technical specification [Online Inquiry]  Made in Japan  

• BODY / EXTERIOR DESIGN / DIMENSIONS

Body Type:Fixed-head coupe 2 doors / 4 seats
Weight:945 Kg
Length:4430 mm
Height:1350 mm
Wheelbase:2510 mm
Front Track:1430 mm
Rear Track:1420 mm
Ground Clearance:155 mm
Fuel Capacity:60 liters

• ENGINE SPECIFICATIONS

Engine location:front
Engine alignment:transverse
Drive Wheels:Front wheel drive
Steering:rack & pinion
Fuel Supply System:1 Nikki 242302 carburettor
Max Power:90HP (66 kW) @ 5700 rpm
Max Torque:127Nm @ 3500 rpm
CO2 Emissions:n/a
Engine Coolant:water
Displacement:1587 cc
Bore:81 mm
Stroke:77 mm
Cam Design:SOHC - Single Overhead Camshaft
Cylinders:4 INLINE
Valves per cylinder:2
Total Valves:8
Compression Ratio:8.6:1
Aspiration:Normal

• CHASSIS / BRAKES / SUSPENSIONS

Front Brakes:Di
Rear Brakes:Dr-S
Standard Wheels:4.5 x 13 / 4.5 x 13
Standard Tyres:6.45 x 13 / 6.45 x 13
Suspension Front:n/a
Suspension Rear:n/a

• TRANSMISSION

Transmission:manual
Number of gears:4

• PERFORMANCE

Acceleration 0-100 Km/h:n/a
Acceleration 80-120 Km/h:n/a
Top Speed:n/a

• FUEL CONSUMPTION

City:15.1 l/100km
Road:8.1 l/100km
Mixt:10.7 l/100km
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