At various times in its history, Mazda has offered a rotary engine in its vehicles, perhaps most famously in the original RX-7 sports car, which was discontinued in the U.S. market after the 1995 model year. The RX-8 was that car’s successor. Arriving for 2004 with a rotary engine, the RX-8 offered 2+2 seating, light curb weight, unusual styling, and the drivetrain characteristics unique to the engine type. It was not particularly fast, but it was fun. Mazda discontinued the RX-8 after the 2012 model year.
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