2002 Mazda Millenia Sedan S 4dr Sedan (2.3L 6cyl S/C 4A)
Bought one of the last in 2002. The
looks sold it, not the test drive.
Traded an '88 MX-6...wonderful car in
all respects. Expected same from the
Millenia and in 2 yrs haven't been
disappointed. Epitome of entry level
luxury. Super quality all 'round.
Smooth performer, definitely not a hot
rod, but pretty quick. Not a hint of
any problems. I'd buy another new in a
heartbeat if it were posible.
Love it's clean lines. Nice bright
instrument cluster. "Hold" feature of
transmission lends a little more
control when needed.
Radio controls more intuitive.
Traction control that's "on" unless
turned off seems strange. Dunlop's
noiser than I'd like...probably try
Michelin's. Std headlights very good,
an upgrade option would have been
nice. Biggest suggestion, make more
Millenia's in the near future.
2002 Mazda Millenia Sedan Premium Special Edition 4dr Sedan (2.5L 6cyl 4A)
The Mazda Millenia is one of the
finest cars I have owned, dependable,
outstanding styling and comfortable,
(could have a little more legroom in
front). The ride and handling are
superior. Certainly a great value for
2002 Mazda Millenia Sedan Premium 4dr Sedan (2.5L 6cyl 4A)
I have never liked Ia car I have owned
for more than 6 months. It's been 13
months now and I LOVE THIS CAR!!!
Wanted a Lexus ES300 and it was a
little over my price limit but this car
has made me very happy! Perfect
experience like I've never had before
with dealership on purchase and
service. One thing...you might want to
have more option with roadside service
than the free one offered through
Mazda. The roadside service people are
rude, limited in providers and
virtually worthless. It took them 4
hours to get my keys out of my car.
Climate control, Leather seats,
controls on steering wheel, middle
visor, steering wheel with memory &
cool bright dashboard lighting.
Transmission shifts the worst I have
ever seen in a new car. Could use more
horse power, too. The doors won't lock
if the key is in the ignition and the
car is running, but it will if the car
isn't running. Should not lock with
the keys in the ignition period.