Used Mazda Engines
The number of used Mazda engines in our inventory is a staggering sixty plus, making it difficult for you to find a larger selection anywhere else. Affordable and safe, drivers like Mazda cars because they’re easy on the budget and on the mind. Sports cars like the Mazda Miata and the RX 7 or RX 8 tend to come with 4 cylinder engines, ranging from 1.3 to 1.8 liters. Turbo, Rotary Turbo and Twin Turbo engines are available with these models. Other used Mazda engines like the B series (2000, 2200, 2300, 2500, 2600, 3000 and 4000) and the MPV series come with 4 cylinder and 6 cylinder engines. The liter size is slightly larger, with 2.2 to 4.0 available in the B series and 1.8, 2.5, 2.6 and 3.0 available in the MPV series. These are just a few of the used Mazda engines in our inventory.
Used Toyota Engines
As the world’s most profitable automaker, Toyota is the most widely recognized car in the United States. With a reputation for dependability and longevity, it’s hard to go wrong with a used Toyota engine. Our inventory for used Toyota engines exceeds that of Mazda at 75 different types of engines. You can find a used Toyota engine for any of the following models: 4Runner, Avalon, Camry, Celica, Corolla, Cressida, Echo, Highlander, Land Cruiser, MR2, Matrix, Minivan, Paseo, Pickup, Previa, Prius, RAV4, Sequoia, Sienna, Solara, Supra, T100, Tacoma, Tercel, and the Tundra.
Used Nissan Engines
One of Toyota’s main Japanese rivals is Nissan. Most used Nissan engines have V4 and V6 configurations, with select models like the Pathfinder Armada and the Titan sporting V8 engines as well. Drivers love the 350Z used Nissan engine because it gives the sleek ride and handle of a sports car. From the Altima to the Frontier, the Minivan to the Pickup or the Pulsar to the Sentra, used Nissan engines will keep your car running smoothly. Browse our website for the used Nissan engine that’s right for you.
Mazda Motor Corporation which is well known as Mazda is a Japanese automotive manufacturer that is located in Hiroshima in Japan. During the year 2007, Mazda produced nearly 1.3 million vehicles that were sold globally. Most of these vehicles were produced at plants located in Japan, whereas a few vehicles were manufactured from other plants located worldwide. The company actually started with the name Toyo Cork Kogyo Co., Ltd in Japan, during the year 1920. The company moved from manufacturing machine tools to manufacturing vehicles in 1927. Mazda also introduced the Mazda-Go in 1931. Mazda Motor Corporation has designed both Wankel and rotary and piston engines.
Mazda Motor Company was renowned for their impressive Wankel or rotary engines which they have been manufacturing since the beginning when they were known as Toyo Kogyo Company. During their earlier days, they produced aluminum blocks, overhead cams, including an innovative block that included both the transmission and engine in a single unit. This segment summarizes the piston engine developments. The company has also produced some of the best performing engines like the V6, Straight-4 and V-twin configurations.
Just like other Japanese makers, Mazda has also produced a short lived line of V-twin engines that were designed for their Keicars of the early 1960s. These were basically motorcycle engines which were superseded by the water cooled straight-4 engines for less than five years.
The strength of Mazda since the 1960s was largely supported by their line of straight-4 engines. Although these engines started with a small 358 cc, the Keicar engine which was one of the smallest engines made has quite a history. The company has continued producing these engines until today, which has made them a leading developer in the development of straight-4 engines. The MZR family has become one of the most common types of four cylinder models in the industry which also powers Mazda and Ford cars.
The V6 Engine
Mazda Motor Corporation has created three families of their in-house V6 engines. However, today their primary engines are through the Ford design. The AJ/MZI – 3.0 L and 2.5 L V6 are the Mazda versions of the Ford Duratec DOHC V6.
A number of rotary designs have been attempted in the last 40 years, but what really makes the NSU-Wankel engine, along with those adopted by Mazda, is the ball-shaped rotor housing. Through its unique design, there are three separate chambers created between the inner wall of the rotor housing and the rotor itself. The chambers then smoothly contract and expand in a constant cycle when the rotor rotates.
Additionally the Mazda rotary engine continues to evolve. The newer generation of the rotary engine called RENESIS makes a perfect environmentally friendly unit with almost zero NOx emissions and zero CO2. The company started commercial leasing of this model from the year 2006. Today several organizations including government bodies are also enjoying the impressive RX-8 Hydrogen RE.
4-Cyl. 2.0 Liter | 4-Cyl. 2.3 Liter |
4-Cyl. 1.6 Liter | 4-Cyl. 1.6L Turbo |
4-Cyl. 2.3 Liter | V6 3.0 Liter |
| 4-Cyl. 2.0 Liter | 4-Cyl. 2.0L Turbo | 4-Cyl. 2.2 Liter | 4-Cyl. 2.2L Turbo | V6 2.5 Liter |
V6 3.0 Liter |
| 4 Cylinder Gas |
4 Cylinder Gas | 4-Cyl. 2.2 Liter |
4-Cyl. 2.3 Liter | V6 3.0 Liter | V6 4.0 Liter |
4-Cyl. 2.5 Liter |
4 Cylinder Gas | 4-Cyl. 2.6 Liter |
V6 3.0 Liter | V6 3.0L Flex Fuel |
V6 4.0 Liter |
4-Cyl. 1.5 Liter |
4-Cyl. 1.6 Liter | 4-Cyl. 1.8 Liter | 4-Cyl. 1.8L Turbo | V6 4.0 Liter |
V6 2.3L Miller-Cycle | V6 2.5 Liter |
4-Cyl. 1.8 Liter | 4-Cyl. 1.8L Turbo | 4-Cyl. 2.6 Liter | V6 2.5 Liter | V6 3.0 Liter |
4-Cyl. 1.6 Liter | V6 1.8 Liter |
4-Cyl. 2.0 Liter | 4-Cyl. 2.2 Liter | 4-Cyl. 2.2L Turbo | V6 2.5 Liter |
V6 4.0 Liter |
4-Cyl. 1.5 Liter | 4-Cyl. 1.6 Liter | 4-Cyl. 1.8 Liter | 4-Cyl. 1.8L DOHC | 4-Cyl. 2.0 Liter | V6 4.0 Liter |
4-Cyl. 2.0 Liter |
1.3 Liter Rotary | 1.3L Rotary Turbo | 1.3L Turbo Rotary | 4 Cylinder Gas | Twin Turbo Rotary |
1.3 Liter Rotary |
4-Cyl. 2.0 Liter | 4-Cyl. 2.3 Liter | V6 3.0 Liter |