What year is the Mazda RX-3?

Sold from 1972 through 1978 in the United States, the RX-3 version was extremely successful. It originally used a 10A rotary engine like the Mazda Familia Rotary Coupe/Mazda R100, but US cars shared the larger 12A engine from the RX-2. Performance-wise the 10A RX-3 was not able to match the RX-2 with 12A.

Is the RX-3 a muscle car?

The Mazda RX-3 was your typical baby muscle. It’s a small passenger car shaped like a muscle car with a twin-rotor Wankel engine under its hood. The seemingly compressed muscle car was actually an exotic road rocket. Its performance was underrated even for JDM sports car standards.

What motor is in the Mazda RX-3?

Mazda RX-3 Specifications Engines: Rotary twin rotor longitudinally front mounted driving the rear wheels. 10A: capacity 982cc with twin spark plugs and twin distributors producing 109hp @ 7,000rpm and 96lb/ft of torque. 12A: capacity 1,146cc with twin spark plugs and twin distributors producing 125hp.

What motor does RX3 have?

The RX3 was simply Mazda’s lower mid-range saloon and coupe, fitted with a 100 bhp (or in some markets, a 120 bhp) super-smooth twin-rotary Wankel engine.

How long is a Mazda RX-3?

Mazda RX-3 Dimensions 1974

Mazda RX-3 Height 1350mm
Mazda RX-3 Width 1595mm
Mazda RX-3 Length 4075mm
Mazda RX-3 Ground clearance unladen 0mm
Mazda RX-3 Wheelbase 2310mm

What is a 13B car?

The 13B is the most widely produced rotary engine. It was the basis for all future Mazda Wankel engines, and was produced for over 30 years. The 13B has no relation to the 13A. Instead, it is a lengthened version of the 12A, having 80 mm (3.1 in) thick rotors.

What engine does RX3 have?

Is Mazda RX-7 JDM?

Thanks to its unique look, engine and exposure in movies, video games, and magazines, the RX-7 has reached legendary status amongst the JDM community.

What engine does a RX3 have?