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TypeFamilyNameDisplacement
(cc)
Years
V2V-twin 356
577
1960–1963
I4OHV 358
586
782
987
1169
1961–1974
xCPC
TC
UC
D5
1600
VC
1800
985
1272
1416
1490
1590
1769
1797
1965–1984
EE1
E3
E5
1136
1296
1490
1980–1986
FMA
FE
F2
FS
FP
RF
R2
1970
1998
2184
1991
1839
1998
2184
1977–2002
GG6
G5
GY
2606
2500
2494
1989–1999
BB1
B3
B5
B6
B8/BP
1138
1324
1498
1597
1839
1987–
ZZ5
ZL
ZM
1489
1498
1598
1995–
MZRZJ
ZY
Z6
L8
LF
L3
1349
1498
1598
1798
1999
2261
1995–
V6JJF
J5
JE
2000
2500
2954
1986–1994
KK8
KF
KJ
KL
1845
1995
2300
2497
1991–2002
WankelMazdaL8A
10A
12A/12B
13A
13B
20B
26J/26B
RENESIS
798
982
1146
1310
1308
1962
2622
1310
1963–

Mazda makes both piston and Wankel "rotary" engines. This page summarizes the various engine families and variations.

Piston enginesEdit

Even though Mazda is better known for their Wankel "rotary" engines, the company has been manufacturing piston engines since the earliest years of the Toyo Kogyo company. Early on, they produced overhead cams, aluminum blocks, and an innovative block containing both the engine and transmission in one unit. This section summarizes piston engine developments. Note that Mazda has produced many piston engines, but only V-twin, straight-4, and V6 configurations.

V-twinEdit

Like other Japanese makers, Mazda produced a short-lived line of V-twin engines for their tiny keicars of the 1960s. These were essentially motorcycle engines, and were superseded by water-cooled straight-4 engines in less than five years.

Straight-4Edit

Mazda's strength since the 1960s has been in its line of straight-4 engines. Beginning with a tiny 358 cc keicar engine, one of the smallest ever made, Mazda continues to this day to be a leading developer of this type of engine. Today's MZR family has become one of the most common four cylinder powerplants in the industry, powering Ford and Mazda cars.

V6Edit

Mazda has created three families of in-house V6 engines. Today, however, their primary engine is a Ford design.

Wankel enginesEdit

Mazda is the only producer of successful Wankel engines, positioning them as a prime sports car powerplant. All of Mazda's Wankels are based on their first design of the 1960s, though there have been significant developments over the four decades since.

  • Wankel family - 1.0 L-2.0 L Wankel (1967–present)
    • 10A - 1.0 L (1967–1973)
    • 10B - 1.0 L (1968–1972)
    • 13A - 1.3 L (1970–1972)
    • 12A - 1.1 L (1970–1985)
    • 13B - 1.3 L (1973–2002)
    • 20B - 2.0 L three-rotor (1990–1996)
    • RENESIS - 1.3 L (2004–)

SKY enginesEdit

The SKY family of engines represents the next-generation of Mazda engines. First unveiled at the 2009 Tokyo Motor Show, it comes in Direct-Injected Petrol and Diesel variants.


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