This car blew its engine at 116,000 miles; you be the judge of if that's good or not. It was very well maintained. I work in appraisals of cars and the Mazdas lose value very quickly and are not the best engineered vehicles by any means. Looks of the car lead me to it and also purchased it before I entered my career of knowing now what holds value better than other vehicles and which vehicles have a better track record on performance than others. Looks cute, drives okay. No value and cheaply made.
Swinging vents in center of dash area and the alloy wheels.
More horsepower on the 4 cylinder, better engineering and quality. Better CD system as mine was broke and stayed broke from week one. They couldn't get it fixed.
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