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2002 Mazda 626

2002 Mazda 626
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The Mazda 626 mid-size sedan has been a staple on the market for quite some time and has steadily upgraded its performance to remain a fierce competitor in its class. Along the way, it was graced with more standard luxuries and intelligent upgrades. The 626 Sedan features a string of key aesthetic improvements for 2002, including a new line up of colors and interior trim.

Available Models
The 2002 Mazda 626 Sedan is available in three models that build upon each other in terms of amenities, performance, and safety. They are the 626 LX, 626 LX V6, and the 626 ES V6.

Interior Features
With a seating capacity of five passengers, the 626 DX starts us off with cloth seats, a handy 60/40 split folding rear seat to increase cargo space easily, and a three-spoke sport steering wheel with tilt feature.

Moving along to the LX, it sports cloth seats, power window, power door locks, and the comfort of air conditioning on hot summer days. Another level up brings us to the 626 ES, which sports premium cloth upholstery, white gauges, and silver inner door handles.

Exterior Features
Whole new selections of eye-catching and modern colors are offered for 2002 for a revamped look. The LX and LX-V6 models wear fifteen-inch alloy wheels and chrome grille, while the ES is equipped with sixteen-inch alloys and a black chrome grille. The upper two models are also fitted with dual power outside mirrors.

2002 Mazda 626 - InteriorPerformance
The Mazda 626 LX Sedan comes with a 2.0-litre, DOHC, 16-valve four-cylinder engine that kicks out 130 horsepower and 135 lbs-ft of torque. Cranking it up a few notches, the LX-V6 and EX-V6 models feature a more powerful 2.5-litre, DOHC, 24-valve V6 engine.

The standard transmission is five-speed manual, with a responsive four-speed automatic transmission available as an option. Rack-and-pinion steering, independent front struts, and a rear twin-trapezoidal link suspension combine for an exceptionally smooth and quiet ride.

Safety and Security
Every Mazda 626 Sedan is equipped with standard safety features such as a driver depowered air bag, passenger depowered air bag, child seat anchors and tethers, and three-point seatbelts. Constructed with front and rear crumple zones, side impact door beams, and head restraints, passengers are surrounded with advanced safety design.

Brakes are power-assisted front ventilated disc and rear drum, with anti-lock brakes available as an option of the 626 LX-V6 and ES V6 models.

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Fast Stats


MSRP from
2.0L I4
2.5L V6
125 @ 5500
165 @ 6000
4-speed auto
5-speed manual
MPG: City/Hwy
 I4 Auto - 22 / 28
I4 Man. - 26 / 32
V6 Auto - 20 / 26
V6 Man. - 21 / 27

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