With only a little over 5,000 total ever made we have a 1991 Mazda Cosmo
JDM Mazda Eunos Cosmo JC3SE 13B RE Twin Turbo Engine with 69k original miles.
Car starts up with no problems hot/cold, has good compression, no coolant leaks.Has a small dent behind driver door, small chip in the right A pillar cover and someone modified the window switch with little knobs on it.
All original, tan leather interior. This is a rare car as a total 8,875 were ever made, 5,325 JC3SE/3,550 JCESE
We Import JDM Cars and have a yard in Japan, i personally travel to Japan and hand pick vehicles for importation.
We cut out all the middle men and offer cheaper prices cause of this when dealing direct. Questions. Have other random cars/trucks in Stock.
Contact Rob 864-505-5621 for any questions
The Eunos Cosmo was the top-line touring flagship of the Eunos luxury channel. It is the only Mazda to use a triple-rotor engine. The car was a 2+2 coupé and was loaded with power amenities. Following the Japanese luxury theme, only an electronically controlled 4-speed automatic transmission was available. Two engines were available, the twin turbo 13B-RE and the 20B-REW. The triple rotor 20B had 2 litres (1962 cc) of displacement, making it the largest capacity rotary offered for sale by Mazda. It produced 300 hp (224 kW; 304 PS) and 403 N⋅m (297 lb⋅ft) of torque with twin turbochargers. The JC series Cosmo set several firsts in automotive history. Its 13B-RE and 20B-REW engines were the first Japanese built, series production twin sequential turbo systems to be offered for sale on a rotary engined car. The internationally known FD series RX-7 didn't receive the twin turbo 13B-REW engine until early 1992. The Eunos Cosmo was the first production car to have a built-in GPS navigation system, and the first in Japan to use the "Palmnet" serial data communication system for ECU-to-ECAT operation. This 4th generation Cosmo was ahead of its time electronically as well by being offered with Car Control System, a CRT colour touch-screen controlling climate control, mobile phone, GPS car navigation, NTSC TV, radio and CD player. The Cosmo was speed limited to 180 km/h (111.8 mph) to suit Japanese regulations, but the 20B-REW version was capable of 255 km/h (158.4 mph) if given a free run. With over 380 N⋅m (280 lb⋅ft) of torque available at just 1800 RPM, the Cosmo could launch from standstill to freeway speeds quickly; however, this came at the expense of heavy fuel consumption. The JC Cosmo was expensive even by today's standards, as Mazda still has not matched the sales price of this car some 22 years later for anything else in its range. The Cosmo was manufactured from February 1990 until September 1995, and gathered a total of 8,875 sales. A split of 60/40 sales between 13B-REW and 20B-REW variants made the triple rotor 20B-REW version a rarer car. Although the Cosmo remained a Japanese market-only vehicle (export had been proposed originally under the Eunos sales channel, and under the stillborn Amati brand in the USA). ), used Cosmos have found their way to various RHD countries thanks to import regulations for private importers from these countries.