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Hey everyone!!! Just wanted to introduce myself to everyone. I just bought my 2004 RX-8 GT yesterday. I traded in my 2002 Dodge Ram Sport and my 1998 Ford Contour SVT on this car. And I just love this car. I hope to learn alot from everyone here about this car. I have had a 95 Eagle Talon TSI AWD, 95 Acura Integra GSR, and a 98 Mitsubishi Eclipse GST Spyder. So I do know my way around a car. But I have never ever ever ever been anywhere near a rotary engine. Peace!
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welcome. as long as youre cool with the basics of a rotary (ie: gas mile age/ adding oil/no cold shut downs) its a great engine. some people knock it realiabilty but they are very reliable when not poorly F/I'd.
Sounds like you go through your cars in a short time.
If you haven't already noticed it will be tough to find a car that drives as nice as the 8.
I have test driven cars since purchasing mine and had a really hard time finding a car for my wife. Most cars just can't measure up to how it feels driving it.
If you got it to turn into a horsepower monster then you may need to trade in another car it can be expensive building it up. Mazda did a great job of squeezing reliable horsepower out of it naturally aspirated.