1989 Mazda 929 Hardtop 3.0i V6 from Australia and New Zealand
A big cruiser or family car
The Automatic Gear selector broke. Which was dues to a split pin breaking.
The rear left hand shocker started leaking oil and lost pressure which in turn damaged my tire wall which cost at the dealer $480 but was sourced at the wreckers for $10.
Steering boots required replacing at 178,000 kilometers which cost $48.
This car is huge. it barely fits in my garage and has trouble fitting into some parking spaces in shopping centres.
It is not powerful on the verge of becoming a little bit underpowered, but the Automatic can be selected to rev harder.
Seating is more than adequate, but the front seats lack much side support.
There is plenty of boot space.
There are all the options you could possibly need that come as standard.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 23rd July, 2004