1996 Mazda Revue 1.5 K canvas top

1996 Mazda Revue E-DB5PA 1.5 K canvas top (88 Hp)
Revue E-DB5PA 1.5 K canvas top (88 Hp)
1996 Revue E-DB5PA 1.5 K canvas top (88 Hp)
Mazda Revue E-DB5PA 1.5 K canvas top (88 Hp)
1996 Mazda Revue E-DB5PA 1.5 K canvas top (88 Hp)
Revue E-DB5PA 1.5 K canvas top (88 Hp)
1996 Revue E-DB5PA 1.5 K canvas top (88 Hp)
Mazda Revue E-DB5PA 1.5 K canvas top (88 Hp)
1996 Mazda Revue E-DB5PA 1.5 K canvas top (88 Hp)
Revue E-DB5PA 1.5 K canvas top (88 Hp)
1996 Revue E-DB5PA 1.5 K canvas top (88 Hp)
Mazda Revue E-DB5PA 1.5 K canvas top (88 Hp)

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Body typeSedan
Power88 Hp
Engine Displacement1500 cm3 or 1.5L or 91.5 cu-in
Transmission GearboxAutomatic
Fuel TypeGasoline
Drive wheelFF
Mileage99419 Miles
Price (out of date)$870

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the body type, Mazda Revue Sedan 1996?Sedan, 5 Seats, 4 Doors
How much power, Mazda Revue E-DB5PA 1996?88 Hp
What is the engine size, 1996 Mazda Revue 1.5 K canvas top?1.5L or 1498cm3
How many gears, What type is the gearbox, Mazda Revue 1996 Sedan 1.5 K canvas top (88 Hp)?Automatic transmission 4
What is the drivetrain, 1996 Mazda Revue Sedan 1.5 K canvas top (88 Hp)?Front
How long is this vehicle, Mazda Revue Sedan 1996?3800 mm
How wide is the vehicle, Mazda Revue E-DB5PA 1996?1655 mm

Mazda Revue E-DB5PA 1.5 K canvas top (88 Hp) 1996, 1997 Specs

General information

Complectation name1.5 K canvas top
Production start year1996
Production end year1997
Price of new car in Tokyo, yen1553000
Drive typeFront
Frame typeSedan
Transmission typeAutomatic transmission 4
Engine volume, cc1498
Frame nameE-DB5PA
Clearance, mm150
Manufacturing countryJapan
Right hand driveyes
Left hand driveno

Vehicle generation

Generation nameDB
Generation number1
Production start year1990
Production end year1997

Engine, transmission and steering specs

Engine specs

Engine nameB5-MI
FuelPetrol (Gasoline)
Engine typewater cooling 4 cylinder SOHC
Has turbono
Max power, hp88
Max power RPM, rpm6500
Max power, hp (kWt) / rpm88 (65) / 6500
Max torque, N*m118
Max torque RPM, rpm4000
Max torque, N*m (kg*m) / rpm118 (12) / 4000
Compression ratio9.4
Bore, mm78
Stroke, mm78.4

Fuel consumption

Fuel consumption (10/15 mode), l/100km7.1
Fuel consumption (60 km/h mode), l/100km4.2


1st gear ratio2.8
2nd gear ratio1.54
3rd gear ratio1
4th fear ratio0.7
Rear gear ratio2.333


Power steeringyes


Frame dimensions

Exterior length, mm3800
Exterior width, mm1655
Exterior height, mm1495

Interior dimensions

Seat rows2
Interior length, mm1780
Interior width, mm1370
Interior height, mm1250

Chassis dimensions

Wheel base, mm2390
Front axle length, mm1420
Rear axle length, mm1400
Turning radius, m4.7
Wheel spacing front1420
Wheel spacing rear1400

Weight and permissible load

Mass, kg910


Fuel tank capacity, l40


Remarks (temporary)Information of fuel consumption in mode \"10-15\" is not available as they were absent in the sale documents. Therefore data for mode \"10\" were inserted.

Suspension specs

Suspension specs

Front stabilizeryes
Front suspensionIndependent, Spring McPherson
Rear stablilizeryes
Rear suspensionSemi-independent, torsion bar

Wheel rims

Aluminium wheeloption


Front wheels165/70R13 79S
Rear wheels165/70R13 79S


Front brakeDiscs
Rear brakedrum brakes
Brake front search1
Rear brake2



Xenon lampsno
Front fog lampsno
Rear fog lampsno
Additional stop lightyes
Cornering lampsno

Side mirrors

Power adjustable door mirrorsyes


Ultraviolet glass protectionno


Tilt sunroofno
Twin sunroofno


Roof railno
Front spoilerno
Rear spoilerno
Back wiperno

Body color

Colors7 1 2 25 12


Steering wheel and center panel

Leather windingno
Telescopic steeringno
Tilt steeringno

Interior design

Leather seatno
Wood panelno


Reclining seatsno
Removable seatsyes
Turning seatsno

Electric interior package

Power adjustable driver seatno
Power ajustable front seatno
Power ajustable back seatno
Centralized door lockyes
Keyless enterno
Power windowyes
Central power window controlno



Drivers airbagyes
Passengers airbagno
Side airbagno

Children safety

Child car restraintsyes

Active and passive safety

Durable frameno
Side impact baryes
3 point safety beltyes
Safety belt pretensionerno
Safety belt limiterno

Electronic security and traffic control systems

Break assistno
traction controlno
Cruise controlno



Automatic air conditioningyes
Twin conditioning systemno
Air purifierno

Audio systems

Autoreverse casetteyes
CD playerno
CD changerno
MD palyerno
MD changerno

Navigation and video equipment

Parking assist systemno

1996 Mazda Revue E-DB5PA 1.5 K canvas top (88 Hp) specs

See also Mazda 121 for other cars using this name

The Autozam Revue was a subcompact car from Mazda's Autozam marque. The demise of that marque led to the car's being renamed the Mazda Revue from 1994 until 1998. The car was also sold in Europe, Australia, Chile and some other export markets as the Mazda 121, where it replaced the previous 121 based on the first-generation Ford Festiva.

The Revue was available as a tiny 4-door sedan with an optional canvas sunroof added in 1992. 1.3L and 1.5L engines were offered, with either 5-speed manual or 4-speed automatic transmission.

In Algeria, The Mazda 121 was often referred to as the Bubble car or Jellybean with the car's colour often added to the latter, for example: The little green jellybean. It was highly awarded in Australia, topping its class in more than one year from a range of automotive magazines, motoring associations and motoring programs on television.

In 1996, the 121 name was shifted to export versions of the Mazda Demio, a tall, five-door hatchback, which became exported as the Mazda2 in its second generation. A Ford Fiesta rebadged as the 121 was also sold in some markets after 1996 (where the Demio was sold at the same time with its original name).

The Revue was sold in Britain as the Mazda 121, but its unconventional compact saloon bodystyle saw it competing in a virtually non-existent market in Britain, as cars of the size had almost universally been hatchbacks for some years prior to the 121's arrival. Some buyers likened it to the Austin A35, but whatever qualities it had to offer were inadequate for attracting sales, as it was a rare sight on British roads from start to finish.

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