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Reconditioned Mazda Engines
Vehicle Overview

Manufacturer

Mazda Motor Corporation

Production

1,189,283 units (2012) Automobiles, Light Trucks ,Engines

Assembly

Fuchu, Aki District, Hiroshima, Japan
Body and chassis

Class

Mid-size crossover SUV,Minivan, Sports Car, Roadster,Mid-size car

Platform

N/A

Body style

2-door quad coupé,3-door van,4-door van, 2-door convertible,4-door SUV
Chronology

Predecessor

N/A
Engines
Piston engines:- V-twin:- V-twin - 356 cc—1.4 L air-cooled V2 (1958-1969) Straight-4:- OHV engine - 300 cc–1.2 L OHV I4 (1961–1974) xC engine - 1.0 L–1.8 L SOHC I4 (1965–1983) E engine - 1.1 L–1.5 L SOHC I4 (1980–1987) F engine - 1.6 L–2.2 L SOHC/DOHC I4 (1977–2002) Mazda R Diesel engine (including MZR-CD) 1983 - 2009 G engine - 2.5 L–2.6 L I4 (1989–1999) B engine - 1.1 L–1.8 L SOHC/DOHC I4 (1985–2005) Mazda Z engine (MZR) - 1.3 L–1.6 L DOHC I4 (1995–present) Mazda L engine (MZR) - 1.8 L–2.5 L DOHC I4 (2002–present) Japan Keicar engine - Suzuki I4 Diesel - 1.4 L–4.6 L I4 YF for Mazda Tribute SkyActiv-G - 2.0 L I4 (2011) SkyActiv-G - 2.5 L I4 (2012) SkyActiv-D - Twin Turbo Diesel - 2.2 L I4 (2012) V6:- J engine - 2.0 L–3.0 L 90° V6 (–1995) K engine - 1.8 L–2.5 L 60° V6 Diesel V6 - 4.1 L–5.5 L ZB/ZC V6 AJ/MZI - 2.5 L and 3.0 L V6 - The Mazda version of the Ford Duratec DOHC V6. The 3.5 L MZI is the Ford Cyclone engine. Wankel engines:- Wankel family - 1.0 L-2.0 L Wankel (1967–present) 10A - 1.0 L (1967–1973) 10B - 1.0 L (1968–1972) 13A - 1.3 L (1970–1972) 12A - 1.1 L (1970–1985) 13B - 1.3 L (1973–2002) 20B - 2.0 L three-rotor (1990–1996) 26B - 2.6 L four-rotor (1991–24hr@Lemans winner) Renesis - 1.3 L (2004–)

The engine is the heartbeat of your vehicle, and typically the most expensive part of it. In terms of quality, replacing an engine with a brand new one is the best option but most customers are put off by their expensive price tags, while a used engine is a more cost effective alternative but with a question mark over their internal quality. A reconditioned engine on the other hand, offers the perfect alternative.

Reconditioned Engines for Sale:

So what exactly is a reconditioned engine? A reconditioned engine is one that has been dismantled, assessed for wear and tear and then rebuilt once more with worn and non-functioning parts replaced with brand new components. The level of reconditioning work on an engine will vary from one to the next depending on each units requirements, but the overall aim of this process is to bring the engine closer to its original manufacturing standard. An important thing to remember is that a reconditioned engine is only as good as the quality of the parts used in the rebuilding process and the level of skill and work of the rebuilder.

Here at MKL Motors we have developed a great deal of experiencing in the engine reconditioning industry and with a highly skilled and experienced team of engineers at our disposal we have become extremely proficient at the engine reconditioning process. As well as offering our reconditioned engines, we also offer full fitting and vehicle recovery services to simplify the client experience.

Get in touch with our friendly customer service team to discuss your needs further.