Mazda Kusabi Concept 

  • 2003
  • 107 HP 1.6L
The result is a powertrain that delivers sharp acceleration and ensures that the Mazda Kusabi Concept is agile, responsive and fun to drive in city traffic.
It combines 17-inch wheels and large (283 mm) front and rear disc brakes for linear and responsive braking action.

Data points Key details of the Mazda Kusabi Concept


Kusabi Concept
107 HP
987 HP


Kusabi Concept
177 ft-lb
922 ft-lb

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Mazda Kusabi Concept
A unique combination of attributes, it delivers all the strengths of a small modern sports car-with a stylish and aggressive exterior, a spirited 1.6-liter common-rail diesel engine with six-speed transmission and superb dynamic characteristics-but adds a revolutionary Twin-Lift Hatchback door system, four seats and high levels of interior functionality and style to make everyday city driving more fun and exciting.
It is based on the unique concept of the everyday sports sub-compact offering customers typical sub-compact strengths-like being small and very manoeuvrable, economical and ecologically sound-with outstanding design and exciting performance, and is yet another fresh example of Mazda's Zoom-Zoom spirit.

Mazda Kusabi Concept

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The car uses a 109-hp common rail diesel engine mated to a six-speed manu-matic transmission.
One of the coolest features is the interior illumination, which makes the door panels look like the bar of the hippest hotel in New York.

Specifications Full list of technical specs


Brand Mazda
Year 2003


Drivetrain FWD w/Dynamic Stability Control
Gearing Traditional
# of gears 6 gears

suspension, wheels & brakes

Front brakes Disc
Rear brakes Disc
Front wheels 432/? 190
Rear wheels 432/? 198

power & handling

Maximum hp 107 HP @ 4,000 RPM
Maximum torque 177 ft-lb @ 1,750 RPM
Steering system Rack and pinion


Displacement 1,600 cc
Fuels Diesel

physical dimensions

Width 68.9 in
Height 50.8 in
Length 149.6 in
Front track width 60.8 in
Wheelbase 98 in
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