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1992 Mazda MPV Overview

Mazda made a few upgrades to the powertrain of the its MPV minivan for 1992. A five-speed manual transmission, which was standard equipment in previous years, was dropped from the lineup completely, and a four-speed automatic became the standard transmission. In addition, the MPV's 3.0-liter V6 engine received a boost in horsepower, from 150 to 155.
The MPV was available in both two-wheel and four-wheel drive versions. The two-wheel-drive MPV came with a 121-horsepower, 2.6-liter four-cylinder engine, while the four-wheel-drive model was equipped with the new 155-horsepower V6.
Standard equipment for the MPV included bucket seats, power brakes, power steering, a tilt steering wheel, power exterior mirrors, and rear-wheel anti-lock brakes. Options included air conditioning, power windows, and cruise control.
For the most part, drivers recommended the MPV, although some drivers noted mechanical problems with the vehicle, such as with the electrical system. Roominess, handling, and the audio system were among the MPV's positive points cited by drivers.

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