is the mx-3 rear wheel drive??

Asked by Feb 20, 2008 at 04:08 PM about the 1996 Mazda MX-6

Question type: General

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sorry mx-6**


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Nope. Its drive train is just like the ford probe, and whether its a v-6, I-4, or turbo 4, its still front wheel drive. you can check by looking for a rear differential and noting there isn't one. Cheers.



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dude the front wheels spin not the back!!!!

Get a wheel going and see where the (tyre) smoke comes from, lay some diesel on the road if need be. (I do not recommend putting diesel on the road its dangerous)


only the the probes had the V6 engine. both had the f2 (I4) and the probe gt and the mx-6 gt had the f2t (I4 turbo)


mx-6 had a 2.5 v6 also


the mx6 gen 1('88 through '92) came with the 2.2L f2 I4 engine but the probes had a 3.0L option. the gen 2 ('93 through '97) came with the 2.0L I4 and the 2.5L V6


what country do you live in? cuz if you read the question its 1996 we are talking about.


U.S.A. sorry, i was oblivious to the year. i didn't mean to offend you if i did.


no you didn't offend me i just didn't know if there were different models in a different country but a canadian and u.s. model should be near identical

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