We bought our 1991 Mazda new in 1991.
Except for normal replacements of
tires, brakes, muffler system,
radiator, battery, and ignitor, the
van has run great for 12 years and
180000 miles - original engine and
transmission. After 180,000 miles and
12 years we were considering an
Oddesey only because the new Mazda
vans don't allow the back and middle
seats to fold down to make a flat bed
for sleeping. Recent reviews on used
Oddesys's convinced us to keep our 91
van and keep up the routine
Comfortable drive, good size engine
for towing trailers, good quality
interior and drive train. Middle
passenger door is NOT a sliding door,
smooth ride even at 180K. Power and
Hold transmission mode a plus when
pulling a trailer.
Larger Interior and dual heating
controls, roll down middle windows,
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