After more than four decades championing the rotary engine—a powertrain that has become synonymous with Mazda—the Japanese automaker is shelving it in favor of its newer, Skyactiv engines.
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Car enthusiast favorite Mazda has been taking it on the chin the past few years, from its separation with Ford, the earthquake—and subsequent tsunami—in Japan, and reduced sales as Americans insist on fuel efficient vehicles versus fun-to-drive ones ("zoom-zoom!
Earlier this week, Mazda announced that it is once again profitable, having its first annual net profit in five years.