Autozam Clef

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Clef (GE5)
Production period: 1992-1994
Class : Compact class
Body versions : limousine
Engines: Petrol engines :
2.0–2.5 liters
(92–147 kW)
Length: 4670 mm
Width: 1750 mm
Height: 1400 mm
Wheelbase : 2610 mm
Empty weight : 1240-1310 kg

The Clef is a car model from the Mazda brand Autozam . The compact class model was available on the Japanese market from May 1992 to March 1994. Some units were also exported to New Zealand and the United States .

The Mazda Cronos is the basis of the Clef sports sedan . In the first month of sales, the Clef took third place among the best-selling vehicles in the Autozam segment. After that, sales fell rapidly and forced Mazda to stop production as early as March 1994.

The entry-level model is the 2.0 4WD with a 4-cylinder in-line type FS-DE, which has a displacement of 1991  cm³ and an output of 92  kW . This version has permanent all-wheel drive and a consumption of around 10.6  liters per 100 kilometers . The middle engine is a V6 type KF-ZE engine with a cubic capacity of 1995 cm³ and an output of 118 kW. This is used in the model variants V6 2.0 and V6 2.0 Type LS . Here the consumption is around 10.4 liters per 100 km. The top engine is a KL-ZE V6 engine with a displacement of 2496 cm³ and an output of 147 kW. This is used in the V6 2.5 , V6 2.5 X and V6 2.5 XS model series . With a consumption of around 9.7 to 9.9 liters per 100 km, the consumption is even lowest here. All versions offered have a 4- speed automatic transmission .

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