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2009 Mazda RX-8 OWNER RATINGS & REVIEWS

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Johnathan
Johnathan
New York, New York
4.0
Brilliant.
The Mazda RX-8 was one of these, and it was the only one with a four-door configuration. The heart of the Mazda RX-8 was its high-revving, 1.3-liter rotary engine.
Kim
Kim
Wekiwa Springs, Florida
5.0
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The RX-8 is just as fun as you have heard! It is a great car to drive! The RX-7 has been known to be a great car to drive. However, the RX-8 has several improvements that make it even better. There are some known balance issues with the RX-7, in that the back tires have been known to spin and the car can fishtail at times. However, these things are improved with the RX-8. There is great balance between the front and back of the car. This also makes it easier on hills as the car does not roll as other unbalanced cars do. I also really enjoy the interior. The red lighting inside gives the car a mysterious interior. The seats are incredibly comfortable and the seats hug you as you sit. The back seats have the same bucket seat style and, therefore, are comfortable for everyone. One dislike about the car is that there is nowhere for a spare tire. There is no built in area for you to place a tire. You would have to keep the spare tire in the truck, which would take up a good 50% of the trunk. I also am not a huge fan of the recessed area in the truck. I think it would have been easier to keep the trunk one level.