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2000 Mazda Millenia Overview
Overall User Score
Based on 8 reviews
In recognition of the millennium, and in keeping with its name, Mazda's Millennia luxury sedan was available in a special Millennium Edition for 2000. The Millennium Edition was equipped with a supercharged 210-horsepower, 2.3-liter V6 engine, and came with such features as a sunroof, an in-dash CD changer, suede seats, and special colors, wheels, and trim.
The Millennium Edition joined two other Millennia models, which were virtually unchanged from the previous year. The Base Millennia sedan was powered by a 170-horsepower 2.5-liter V6, which was linked to a four-speed automatic transmission (standard across the line). Standard features included air conditioning, power windows, power door locks, power seats in the front, a tilt steering wheel with a memory feature, cruise control, automatic climate control, dual airbags, and a lighted entry system.
Stepping up a notch, the Millennia S version received a supercharged 2.3-liter V6, which pushed horsepower up to 210. It was equipped with an upgraded list of standard features that included leather seats, a power sunroof, and traction control.
For the most part, drivers gave the Millennia positive marks, citing its handling, sport-tuned suspension, braking, interior appointments, and reliability as being noteworthy. Performance was called adequate, though not spectacular. In addition, the Millennia was considered a good value by most drivers. However, although Mazda dropped the price on the Millennia sedan for 2000, drivers noted the vehicle's resale value was a sore spot.
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Hello, I was told to replace the valve cover gasket that comes with seals. The car did get hot but was pulled over and towed home. Any thoughts? Thanks, Jim V