What kind of metal is used in Mazda rotory engines?

Answer Mazda Wankel rotary engines are made out of steel as are most traditional engines. However, Mazda is experimenting with other alloys such as aluminum and titanium to lighten this engine. Usually, t... Read More »

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Who makes Mazda engines?

Mazda engines are manufactured by the Mazda Motor Corporation. However, Mazda and the Ford Motor Company have had a relationship for over 30 years that has resulted in shared technologies and power... Read More »

Who makes engines for the Mazda Protege?

Mazda Protege engines and all other vehicle components are produced by Mazda of Japan. Mazda Protege was launched in 1998 and is the North American branding for the Mazda Familia, which is a range ... Read More »

Are all Mazda 2.3 liter engines turbo?

Not all Mazda 2.3L four-cylinder engines have turbocharge. As of 2010, Mazda uses a non-turbo 2.3L engine only in the Mazda 5 minivan; however, the non-turbo 2.3L engine was in the Mazda 3 and Mazd... Read More »

The Difference Between Mazda B2200 & B2000 Engines?

The Mazda B2000 and B2200 engines were built between 1986 and 1992 for the Mazda fleet of B-series compact pickup trucks. Although Mazda discontinued sales of the B-series trucks in 2009, rebuilt e... Read More »