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MAZDA6 Rated at 43 MPG

Usual cars that go over 40 miles to the gallon they are small, Japanese and a hybrid vehicle. The new MAZDA6 is from Japan but doesn't fit the usual criteria for a fuel efficient car.

The new MAZDA6 is a mid-size sedan that runs on a regular internal combustion gas engine but it still gets 43 miles to the gallon.

Mazda hopes the car will achieve the 43 MPG rating with the use of old fashion technology by bringing the diesel engine back to style. These days gas prices can fluctuate 50% in one day, but diesel keeps its…
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Mazda SKY Rotary Engine

Mazda has been seen on the forefront of engine design for awhile. Mazda's RX series tests the limits of what powerplant deign can mean to today's auto industry. The Rotary engine is a basis in that lineup of vehicles and the RX-2 will be produced with the same.

The new generation of the Mazda RX-8 will see a significantly imporved fuel economy, which we can thank the SKY Rotary engine for.

Mazda has been planning the second generation of the RX-8 with a re-engineered rotary engine. The auto maker's engineers plan on delivering a new powerplant with…
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Mazda Execs Bring Their Own Zoom-zoom

You know the Mazda catch phrase - "Zoom-Zoom" - well the higher ups at the Japanese auto makers are zooming in a fun little race held to show off how fun a brand Mazda really is.

Here's a break down of the who's who and what they drove: Weldon Munsey, director of dealer affairs, piloted a 1992 GTP rotary-engine powered GTP racer - the American equivalent of the class of race cars that run at LeMans. The car is powered by a 2.3-liter, four-rotor rotary engine generating 638 horsepower. Munsey took first place in his class of other GTP cars…
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