How much does an RX-7 cost today?
About the MAZDA RX-7
|RX-7 2dr Coupe Base Auto||$37800 / $32527||Rotary Turbo|
|RX-7 2dr Coupe Base Manual||$37800 / $32527||Rotary Turbo|
|RX-7 2dr Coupe w/Popular Equipment Pkg Auto||$37800 / $32527||Rotary Turbo|
|RX-7 2dr Coupe w/Popular Equipment Pkg Manual||$37800 / $32527||Rotary Turbo|
How much can you buy a RX-7 for?
For a first generation RX7 in decent condition you can expect to pay around $3,000-4,000, while a second generation could run you around $4,000-5,000. Third generation RX7s are in demand, since probably not very many are left, and could cost as much as $20,000 depending on its condition.
Can you buy an RX-7 in America?
Any Mazda RX-7 produced after 1995 is not allowed or is banned in the United States. This is because of the left-hand driving configuration of the vehicle. This means that if you want to own one, you have a couple of options. One is to find a used RX-7 in the United States that is a 1995 year model or older.
Do they still sell Mazda RX7?
Time and again, Mazda fans and enthusiasts alike have been wishing for the return of the RX-7 or specifically the rotary engine. This has officially been confirmed for a return during the first half of 2022, albeit as a range-extender for the Mazda MX-30.
How much is a RX-7 VeilSide?
RX-7 enthusiasts can build a replica of the “Tokyo Drift” RX-7 with the Veilside Fortune wide-body kit, but it comes with a hefty price tag of $16,770. Take a tour and view our latest Mazda vehicles.
What is the cheapest rx7?
Q: What is the lowest sale price of a RX-7? A: The lowest recorded sale price was $3,000 for a 1980 Mazda RX-7 GS on October 22 2018.