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Average User Score
3.6 ⁄ 5 stars
Based on 11 reviews
1996 Mazda 626 Overview
Overall User Score
Based on 11 reviews
The 1996 Mazda 626 got a little facelift, but other than that saw few changes. The grille was trimmed with chrome, making it more noticeable. In addition, the 626 now met side-impact safety standards.
The 1996 Mazda 626 is available in four trims: the base DX, the midrange LX and LX V6, and the ES. The ES is the high-end version, coming well-equipped with amenities such as power seats and leather upholstery. The base engine is a 2.0-liter, 118-horsepower four cylinder. The V6 boasts 2.5 liters and 164 horsepower. Fuel economy for the base engine was 23/31, and for the V6 it was 20/26.
Owners of the 1996 Mazda 626 are pleased with the car because it handles well, is enjoyable to drive, and gets fairly good gas mileage. However, a number of people claim the automatic transmission have a tendency to burn out quickly, which can be very expensive to repair.
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Mazda 626 Questions
Upper Oil Pan Removal
I am trying to remove the upper oil pan on a 1996 Mazda 626 with a 2.0 motor. I have removed the lower oil pan, the 12 bolts that attach the upper oil pan to the block. I have removed 2 large and one ...
Looking At A 1996 Mazda 626 And The Fans Do Not Work And Owner States Fan F...
Chnging A Tire
I know this will sound stupid but I have a flat and can't get the front passenger side tire off. I purchased the car two weeks ago (love it) but am not that familiar with it yet. I removed the four lu...
How To Know When It Is The Time To Change The Timing Belt ?
I dont see any where to show when my car's timing belt was changed ... or maybe it is not changed at all... please let me know how to know if it is the time to change the car's timing belt before it b...