FD Price Range

Asked by Jul 28, 2010 at 03:21 PM about the Mazda RX-7

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

What is the price range i should be looking in, for a FD ('93-'02) RX-7? i see a huge range but i don't know if its a rip off or not.

3 Answers


The 93-95s in the states can vary anywhere from $8k USD (blown motor, nice shell, high mileage automatic) to $25k USD (Low mileage R1/R2, desired color). This doesn't consider the fact that the conditions of all cars are going to vary and some may even have swaps. Good luck in your search.

what about rx-7 92 fd poor body kit high mileage manual hatchback? what would be a good price for this one? im trying to buy one but i dont konw the good price...


if u want fd then best search would be 93~95. if your looking to buy cheap then high miles or engine damage around $5,000~$8,000.

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