The Mazda Millenia S is the poor man's
5 Series BMW. I bought mine used with
34k on it--someone else ate the
depreciation..I got great value. The
handling is agile, a real driver's car,
yet ride quality is high. The engine is
responsive, smooth, quick. Mechanically
solid, and loaded with features,
including traction control, ABS.
The engineers and builders paid
attention to detail.
I find the car comfortable, even on
long trips; maintenance has been
Power on demand.
Layout of controls. All the bells and
whistles. Rear passenger reading lights.
Climate control. Heated seats.
Add a second cup holder. More front
passenger foot room. More rear leg
room. Cargo net in trunk. Hybrid
auto/manual shifter. Upgrade center
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