by happy yes on Jun 21, 2009 Vehicle: 1996 Mazda MX-6 LS 2dr Coupe
Car has 91,000 mi. & I hate to part with it.Still an eye catcher and runs great. Except for necessary maintenance have had few problems. Still as happy with it after 13 yrs. except for fuel economy. Why can't they build something that looks and behaves like this? I'm waiting!
by Nice Ride on Mar 18, 2003 Vehicle: 1996 Mazda MX-6 LS 2dr Coupe
Unfortunately, I haven't had the best
luck with the mechanical features of
this car. Problems started springing up
at about 65,000 miles. Mostly nuisance
stuff, but it adds up. Overall, it is a
good car. It handles great, accelerates
well, and rides nice. It is a little
noisy. But, it is one of the nicest
looking cars on the road.
by nickolaika on Feb 20, 2003 Vehicle: 1996 Mazda MX-6 LS 2dr Coupe
the best car i ever had (for almost 2
years now). i was thinking of selling
it because it is a '96 and buy
something newer. but what to replace my
fun driving, gorgeous looking MX6 with?
this car is deffinately a keep...
by JoeDude on Jan 8, 2003 Vehicle: 1996 Mazda MX-6 LS 2dr Coupe
Not sure why the reviewer by the alias
of bebe is complaining about part
cost... the MX6 and Probe are built on
the same drive train and was a joint
venture. The little work I have had
done didn't kill me. I also do
maintenance on my own car and yeah
it's packed... but so are most newer
cars with V6's or above. Stick to a
V4 and you should have more room to
maneuver inside :)
Although I'll be replacing the car in
a little over a year, I've been very
very happy with it overall. Wish it
had a little bit more oomph, but if I
really wanted that could have got
The styling is just excellent and the
ride is very good.
by bebe on Sep 5, 2002 Vehicle: 1996 Mazda MX-6 LS 2dr Coupe
Expensive, meaning - Japanese, need I
say more??? Even if you buy domestic,
it seems that service depts suck, suck
you dry that is. It's bad enough that
I made a bad decision on my choice of
cars to buy, but then when it needs
repairs, no body wants to work on it,
cuz everything's too hard to get
to....under this, behind that. When
you finally do find someone who won't
rip you off for labor charges, the
parts still put you in the poor
house. ADVISE: If you're going to
buy a (somewhat) high performance
foreign car, you first must be willing
& able to dish out lots of coin.
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