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1992-1994 Autozam Clef

Design: 12.67/20 (3 votes)

Presentation: ?

Total Production: 5258

Design: Yasuo Aoyagi

Class: Sedan — Origin: JP

Predecessor: ?

Successor: ?

Other bodystyles: ?

Other models: ?

Similar cars: Ford Telstar, Mazda Cronos

Made for:

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Made in: Hiroshima JP, Hofu, Yamaguchi JP

Informations provided by : Desscythe17 , Mr. Avanzato



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1992-1994 Autozam Clef

1992-1994 Autozam Clef

1992-1994 Autozam Clef

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2.0 Mazda FS-DE 125hp / 92kW 4AT 4 Wheel Drive 1992-1994
2.0 Mazda KF-ZE V6 160hp / 118kW 4AT Front Wheel Drive 1992-1994
2.5 Mazda KL-ZE V6 200hp / 147kW 4AT Front Wheel Drive 1992-1994

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carcrasher88 US (12)

2018-07-21 01:12

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Anyone ever notice how similar the back end of the Clef is to a Pontiac Grand Am of the same time period? Not virtually identical, but there's some very clear similarities.

Desscythe17 NL (9446)

2018-07-21 01:48

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carcrasher88 wrote Anyone ever notice how similar the back end of the Clef is to a Pontiac Grand Am of the same time period? Not virtually identical, but there's some very clear similarities.

Yeah you're right. I think it's a coincidence though.

Mr. Avanzato (3)

2018-07-21 02:06

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Built on Mazdas GE platform meaning it is related to the Cronos, MS-6 and Telstar

-- Last edit: 2018-07-21 02:06:32

Desscythe17 NL (9446)

2018-07-21 10:05

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Mr. Avanzato wrote Built on Mazdas GE platform meaning it is related to the Cronos, MS-6 and Telstar

My bad, I had in my head that the Clef was a hardtop. I won't connect it to the MS-6, because that is a hatchback.

carcrasher88 US (12)

2018-07-21 22:57

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Definitely has to be a coincidence. Though, I wouldn't be surprised if both this and that generation of Grand Am (mostly the Pontiac) influenced the rear of the second generation Chrysler Concorde.

carcrasher88 US (12)

2018-07-21 23:02

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Only one commercial for this car on YouTube, but two versions where the only difference is the ending. In the one posted here, the Autozam logo at the end appears in a domino-like fashion, while the other simply shows the logo without special effect. I chose to add the effect version instead, it's got a little extra charm to it.

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