Mazda RX-4

The Mazda RX -4 ( name in Japan: Mazda Luce Rotary ) was produced from 1972 to 1977 by the Japanese car manufacturer Mazda series of the middle class with a Wankel engine.

With the exception of the Wankel engine corresponded to the RX -4, it gave as a two-door hardtop coupe, four-door saloon and five-door estate, the Mazda 929 of the first generation. In technical terms, was the RX -4, apart from the engine, from conventional ( rigid rear axle, rear drum brakes).

Was driven the RX -4 from a two -rotor Wankel engine with a chamber volume of 1200 initially, and later (from 1975 ) 1300 cc (93 kW/127 hp).

1976 learned the RX -4 a facelift with a somewhat easier and smoother nose design.

In Germany, the RX -4, unlike its counterpart 929 with a conventional reciprocating engine, not offered.