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The Efini MS-8 was a luxury car produced by Mazda and sold through the Efini marque from March 1992 through 1995. The car is a replacement to the Mazda Persona and Eunos 300. Efini MS-8 Manufacturer Mazda Production 1992–1997 Assembly Japan Class Luxury Body style(s) 4-door hardtop Layout FF layout Platform Mazda M platform. Engine(s) 2.0 L KF-ZE V6 2.5 L KL-ZE V6 Transmission(s) 4-speed automatic Wheelbase 2,610 mm (103 in) Length 4,695 mm (184.8 in) Width 1,750 mm (69 in)) Height 1,340 mm (53 in) Curb weight 1,340 kg (3,000 lb) Just like the Persona is based on the 1987-1991 Mazda Capella, the MS-8 is based on the 1991-1997 Mazda Cronos (Mazda 626). The MS-8 is a hardtop-style, stylish sedan in the vein of the Toyota Carina ED, Nissan Presea, Honda Vigor, and Mitsubishi Emeraude. Unlike the Carina ED or the Persona, however, the MS-8's body has a B-pillar that is much thicker below the beltline than it is above. Doing so allows the bodyshell more rigidity while still maintaining an airy cabin. Such a B-pillar means that the front seatbelts must be installed below the belt line. It appears through the lining of the rear door, and is routed through a guide built into the front headrests. The MS-8's interior design has several unique features. The car is only fitted with a 4-automatic gearbox, and the gear shifter is mounted on the dashboard next to the air-conditioning controls. Doing so eliminates the floor console between the front seats, and allows for a front bench seat. The display for climate control and factory-equipped audio is located atop the dashboard, in a thin slit right before the windshield defroster. The sunroof is very large for its day, extending all the way above the rear seat footwell. Following the 1991 Efini RX-7, the MS-8 is also available with the Bose Acoustic Wave Guide audio system, a compact subwoofer design. Four-wheel steering is an extra-cost option. Like the system on the Mazda Sentia, it is designed to minimize turn radius at town speeds, and improve stability at highway speed. Production for the MS-8 ceased when Mazda's multi-brand strategy failed in Japan, and the company suffered financial difficulties. External links