Because of its potent engine, industry-leading manual gearbox, and superb handling, the RX-8 performs admirably.
However, the frequent oil changes and low fuel efficiency of its rotary engine subtract from its visual look.
A 1.3L RENESIS two-rotor rotor engine that produces 212 hp at 7,500 rpm and 159 pound-feet of power at 5,500 rpm powers the Mazda RX-8.
However, the RX-8's rotary engine only produces 232 horsepower when paired with a manual gearbox, which runs at 8,500 rpm.
It performs the same four fundamental tasks as other engines—intake, compression, combustion, and exhaust—but it differs from other engines in that it does it in several locations
The RX-series' centrifugal compressor has always piqued the interest of auto fans, and for good reason—it provides numerous benefits over a conventional piston engine.
"They include substantially less weight and fewer moving parts, very high output with little displacement (the RX-8's engine is under 1.3 liters, yet puts out 232 horsepower)
The RX-8 weighs many hundreds pound less than its rivals while producing a similar amount of power thanks to the engine's small stature.
The benefits of having a car with a diesel motor are obvious, but because they require a lot of care, they might not be suitable for everyone.
According to Car & Driver, in term of torque and acceleration: "Although the RX-8 has excellent acceleration, getting going is difficult.
Kelley Blue Book, however, explains that the "Because the torque from tiny rotary engines is delivered high in the rpm range, passing or accelerating requires running the revs high.
With the automatic transmission, the RX-8's fuel efficiency is 16 mileage per gallon (mpg) in the city and 23 mpg on the highway. With the manual transmission
It performs the same four fundamental tasks as other engines—intake, compression, combustion, and exhaust—but it differs from other engines i