Only owner(1995). I have done all the
services required, my millenia has been
outstanding.I have only to repair the
car repair twice in eight years, both
were minor repairs. One was the
radiator blew the the other was
something minor. My millenia has 131K
miles and I just started to notice a
difference in the performance. Things
are starting to rattle. The design has
lasted wonderfully during the last
eight years. Most peolpe think I have a
new car when they see it because the
body was so well designed,it is
timeless. As far as performance, in
this price range, it can't be beat.
The power in this car is amazing and
the ride is smooooooth.
Exterior design, Reliability, Power
(get up and go)
The cup holder sucks. Don't use it you
could spill and ruin the bose system.
Also the S series tune ups are
The head gasket went out at 52K miles,
warrenty thru 50K, so no help from
Mazda. Then keys lost, Mazda had the
incorrect key code in thier computer
and charged me to determine correct
keys. Poor customer service. I will
never own another Mazda.
Excellent car overall. Had very
little maintenance issues but the
little ones I did were very expensive
to repair (S model). Fun to drive,
love the Bose radio, leather seats are
awesome, moonroof is convenient, has
Bose stereo, leather seats, dash-board
look, automatic steering wheel
adjustment, large rear trunk space
I purchased my 1995 millenia in May of
2002. I got the car for $5,200. What
a steal. It had 90,000 miles at the
time. I have put 45,000 miles on the
car this year. (My job as a traveling
salesman really packs on the miles).
The Milenia has been outstanding. On
the freeway it delivers a true luxury
ride, while maintaining an "athletic"
stance on the road. This is a fairly
big car that never feels like a
The car does not have the power of a
Maxima (especially not the 2.5 liter
version). The reliability of a Camery
is probably superior. For the money
though, you absolutely can't go wrong
with a Millenia.
Great ride, excellent looks, fabulous
interior. This is a poor-man's Lexus.
I bought my millenia last year, with
117,000 miles for $7,000. Since then I
have put on 13,000 miles. Reliability
has been pretty good until now. I Just
had it towed to the dealer the other
day.....$1,100 to repair water pump,
and timing belt not to include towing
cost. other than that, I can't really
automatic tilt steering, stylish body,
and very smooth ride.
definitely change that generic cup
holder! could use a little more back
seat leg room. make spark plugs and
other regular maintenance items easier
to get to for the home mechanic.
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