Road & Track “…a rally-bred homologation special you could actually buy. The improvements over the base grocery-getter included stiffened side sills, a reworked underbody, a lockable center differential, widened track, all-wheel-drive, and a 132-hp turbocharged 1.6-liter four-cylinder. Mazda brought the car stateside for two years, selling just 1243 examples between 1988 and 1989. Hard all-wheel-drive holeshots nuked GTX transmissions, and repairs were expensive. 25 years later, most GTXs are toast.”
For sale on Northern Michigan Craigslist.
“everything works, 120,000 miles very clean, has Koni adjustable shocks, adjustable springs,ajustable camber plates, full roll cage, new clutch, and water pump, spare hood , and set of wheels,”