Not a bad car for the price. Stay
away from the automatic transmission
models--they have a long history of
premature failure. Luckily, ours came
with a 5 speed.
Unless you're very concerned with gas
milage, try to find a V6. I've found
the 125hp four cylinder engine very
Where the 626 shines is in handling.
I've been very impressed with the way
the car corners
Stock stereo is very good. The stock
alloys are also nice, as well as power
moonroof and spoiler. They give the
626 a very sporty look.
Hore horsepower for the four cylinder,
as 125 is not only weak, but well
behind the Camry and Accord. Also,
height-adjustable seats, though I
heard it was available in later models.
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