Mine is actually a 1989 Mazda 626,
however they are virtually the same
car. The only real difference is the
steering wheel and the rear tail
lights. This car is as reliable as my
Golden Retriever. I did change the
radiator, both drive axles, starter,
the air conditioning compressor, and
repaired the clutch master and slave
cylinders. The clutch is original.
Overall not bad for almost 200k. Much
of the work I was able to do myself
for not much Mooolaa$$$.
Very good fuel economy, 26 city up to
35 on the highway. The car still has
great acceleration for a four
cylinder. Rear split folding seat that
open up the cargo volume.
They could have used better paint.
Paint is the only thing that is not in
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