Mazda Once Made a 2.25-litre V6 And It’s As Weird As You’d Imagine | News

Mazda Once Made a 2.25-litre V6 And It’s As Weird As You’d Imagine | News


Mazda has never been one for convention. After all, it’s the brand that made the Wankel rotary engine famous – known for its use in the RX-7 and RX-8, and recently revived as a range-extender for the MX-30.

Even more recently, it’s offered the Skyactiv-X engine, a high-compression petrol engine designed to give diesel-like torque and fuel economy. It continues to offer diesel six-cylinders in an ever-more electric world, too, and there are rumours a rear-driven inline-six Mazda 6 is on the horizon.

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