The Mazda Parkway is a minibus that was based on the Mazda Titan platform, and was exclusive to Japan. In 1974, the Parkway was installed with the 13B rotary engine and was also available with two diesel engine options borrowed from the Titan; displacements were at 2.5 and 2.7. The rotary-powered minibus was called the Parkway Rotary 26, and could accommodate 26 passengers. It was introduced July 22, 1974 and ceased production in 1977.
|Kei car||R360 Coupé|
|Porter Cab||Porter Cab||Scrum|
|Compact||Familia||Familia, Presto||Familia Presto||Familia/323||Familia/323||Familia/323||Familia|
|Familia Van||Familia Van/1000,1200,1300 Pickup||Familia Van/323 Wagon||Familia Van/Wagon|
|Grand Familia / RX-3/Savanna||Étude|
|Mid-size||Capella/616 / RX-2||Capella / 626||Capella / 626||Capella / 626|
|Luce/1500/1800||Luce/RX-4 / 929||Persona|
|Executive||Luce/RX-9 / 929L||Luce / 929||Luce / 929|
|Luce Van / 929 Wagon|
|Luce R130||Cosmo/121/RX-5||Cosmo / 929 Coupé|
|Sports car||Familia Rotary/R100||MX-5|
- San, Kevin. "Mazda Parkway: Rotary Power for you and 25 of your best friends". Japanese Nostalgic Car. Retrieved 2016-01-07.
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