These are the technical differences between piston engines and rotary engines

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Most car engines on earth use a piston system to move the vehicle. This even applies to motorbikes. And according to the narrative written by CarThrottle, 90 percent of vehicles in the world have 1 to 1.4 liter engines and almost all of them use pistons.

The existence of this piston engine is a special standard that is already applicable to the general public in the creation of vehicles. But some time ago, Mazda carried out an experiment which produced quite a striking difference, where through SkyActiv Mazda then produced a car with a rotary engine which was quite phenomenal.

It can't be compared to the super-efficient EcoBoost engine, but SkyActiv offers technology and efficiency in driving.

Apart from the technology above, Mazda still has "anti-mainstream" Rotary Wankel technology or rotary engines. Vehicle users will feel that there is a significant difference when they drive a regular car that uses pistons, and a car that uses a rotary system such as Mazda's MX5.

However, there are several weaknesses that make the rotary system sometimes still the second choice, one of which is the presence of oil which runs out very quickly, because rotary engines require oil to enter directly into the engine room. So it is not surprising that Mazda sports cars with rotary engines often explode due to the oil being burned. Check out the details, gang!


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