MZR

AcronymDefinition
MZRMultiple Zone Recording
MZRMulticast Zone Routing (mobile networks)
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The MZR engine was designed by Mazda, and is produced both in Hiroshima, Japan and Hermosillo, Mexico.
0-liter engine Atenza models, available in both the Sedan and Sport Wagon body types, have been updated with Mazda's direct injection MZR 2.
3-liter MZR engines to 705,000 units in January from the current 650,000 units at its Hiroshima Prefecture plant to meet brisk car demand in major markets of the world.
5-liter MZR engine that offers 157 horsepower at 6,000 rpm and 163 lb-ft of torque at 4,000 rpm.
5-liter DOHC 16-valve engine made from MZR engine DNA.
0-litre MZR, four-cylinder engine and i-Stop, the automaker's start/stop system.
The new model is available with a newly developed MZR 2.
List of major exhibits Reference exhibits Mazda Kiyora (Japan premiere) Mazda Premacy Hydrogen RE Hybrid Technical exhibits Next-generation Mazda SKY-G* direct injection gasoline engine (World premiere) Next-generation Mazda SKY-D* clean diesel engine (World premiere) Next-generation Mazda SKY-Drive* automatic transmission (World premiere) Cutaway model of MZR 1.
The Mazda5 range, which employs transversely mounted engines driving the front wheels, features two MZR petrol engines with a five-speed manual gearbox and two MZR-CD diesel engines with six-speed manual transmission.
When you have the RX-8 and MX-5 [previously known simply as the Miata] in your lineup, when your buyers happen to be among the youngest in the market [average age 41], and when you start thinking about what you might have for Gen Y auto enthusiasts, then you come up with the Kabura concept, a compact sports coupe that is actually built over MX-5 chassis components, a rear-drive vehicle [enthusiast-preferred] powered by the MZR 2-liter engine found under the MX-5 hood.
Under the bonnet sits the same highly-responsive MZR 2.