Mazda Cronos#Autozam Clef
The Clef is a car model of Mazda Autozam brand. Available was based in the compact class model in the Japanese market from May 1992 to March 1994. Several units were exported to New Zealand and the United States.
The base of the sports sedan, the Mazda Cronos Clef. Sold in its first month of the Clef took third place in the best-selling vehicles of Autozam segment. After sales fell rapidly and forced Mazda in March 1994 to stop production.
The entry-level model, the 2.0 4WD with an in-line 4 - cylinder of type FS- DE, which has a displacement of 1991 cc and a power output of 92 kW. This version has permanent four-wheel drive and a fuel consumption of about 10.6 liters per 100 kilometers. The middle engine is a V6 engine of the type KF -ZE with a displacement of 1995 cc and an output of 118 kW. To use these models comes in the V6 2.0 and V6 2.0 Type LS. Here, the consumption is about 10.4 liters per 100 km. The top engine is a V6 engine of the type KL -ZE with a displacement of 2496 cc and an output of 147 kW. Use is made of this in the model series V6 2.5 V6 2.5 V6 2.5 X and XS. With a consumption of about 9.7 to 9.9 liters per 100 km here is even at the lowest consumption. All versions have offered a four - speed automatic transmission.