By Liveandlearn on
Vehicle1993 Mazda 626 ES V6 4dr Sedan
ReviewI initially bought my 1993 Mazda 626 ES from a private party because it seemed like a good value at the time. Boy was I proven wrong! Here's a short list of the things I've had repaired on it within the last year: transmission rebuild ($2300), replaced right and left control arms ($625), replaced compressor ($1300), replaced left and right calipers ($450), refilled freon ($125), the list goes on and on. Talk to any other person who owns a Mazda 626 built between 1993 and 2001, and they'll tell you the transmission is going to fail. It's not a question of "if" but rather "when." Do yourself a favor and pick a different used car. Saturns are nice.
Best Featuresgreat-sounding sound system, power driver seat, leather, moon roof, passive alarm system, roomy trunk, "swinging" center vents
Worst Featurestransmission WILL fail, a/c looses power after 75000 miles even after recharge, the left-center vent on mine began blowing hot air when the a/c is on, sun-guard on sunroof gets stuck
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