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    Default Owning a Mazda RX8 in Lahore.

    Hi
    Been looking at multiple sportscars. Mazda RX8 looks like best value. Wankel engines concern me though (maintenance wise). Are there any workshops in Lahore that can properly maintain these cars? I don't know much about mechanics, but I know Wankels don't have the best reputation for reliability and are sensitive to maintenance.

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    how is mazda rx8 best value in a country where it was never officially imported (translated to = you get zero support from the manufacturer and there is no spare parts supply available unless you yourself want to import them personally in Pakistan)

    same with mechanics working on it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Xulfiqar View Post
    how is mazda rx8 best value in a country where it was never officially imported (translated to = you get zero support from the manufacturer and there is no spare parts supply available unless you yourself want to import them personally in Pakistan)

    same with mechanics working on it.
    this analogy applies on almost 70% vehicles of Pakistan. Majority is not the civic or corolla in Pakistan. All imported cars are never sold locally and no authorized workshops for parts and repairs

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