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1999 Mazda 626 Sedan ES V6 4dr Sedan
This is by far the most unreliable car you could purchase. This car has racked up over $8 grand in repairs, every other month something goes wrong. The quality of the vehicle is beyond horrible. In addition to top it off Mazda USA headquarters are the rudest and most unprofessional people to ever work with. They don't back their vehicles at all and don't care what is going on. This car gives a new meaning to a lemon. I have had the steering rack, boots, oil leaks, hoses, fan, motor, radiator, thermostat, O2 sensor, EGR service, and much more done to this. Mazda is the worst company to do business with and this is the last Mazda I would ever purchase or recommend take your money elsewhere.
Sway vents, auto light shut off.
Everything, engine, engineers, dealerships, people, headquarters, the whole car, quality and reliability.
1999 Mazda 626 Sedan LX 4dr Sedan
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.
1999 Mazda 626 Sedan ES 4dr Sedan
I bought the car with 60,000 miles. And in two weeks of owning the car the transmission went out. The car was under a 30 day warranty so the dealership paid for a rebuilt transmission to put into the car. Less than a year later the transmission that was put in went out. I had to pay $1,800.00 to have another transmission put in (this is the third transmission in this car). I had to take back 6 months later because my car would not go into reverse. The mechanic told me that the transmission in the Mazda's are consistently failing. A/C stopped working. Pulley is going out. Trading in for a Infiniti.
Seats are comfortable. Spacious. Love how the vents sway.
Need to get all the engineers together and start from scratch.
1999 Mazda 626 Sedan LX V6 4dr Sedan
This is my 6th 626 (1st one was in '79). In 175,000 miles only one problem - the heat gauge failed and had to replace the instrument cluster. At this point I get 28 - 31 mpg (with the 5-speed) and am driving 3000+ miles/month. The car still looks good, and like our others, I expect to drive it for 200,000+ miles. Still haven't replaced a clutch, or anything other than normal maintenance. Wish my van was as reliable.
It just GOES! Problem free.
Add a navigation system.
1999 Mazda 626 Sedan LX 4dr Sedan
I purchased this car new in 1999. The first problem i had was in 2004 i replaced the front struts. then had to replace the front axle . after 100K miles i had to replace the drive belt along with the water pump. i consider this a good car... no problems at all till around 100K miles which i think is pretty standard or better than standard for most cars. will drive until it stops running
i love the way the air vents move. the keyless entry of course.
not a lot of power...