The driver's seat is SO comfortable, and the side wraps around you, so you don't go flying into the passenger or door when turning hard (leather). I have a bad back, and this is the only vehicle I have been in where it doesn't bother me to do 3+ hours driving trips (have been in a 740i, sorry Bimmer guys, the seats bother me).
This car accelerates pretty decently. 15.5ish 1/4 mile (bone stock). Replacement 200HP KLZE engines are very cheap like $700-$1000, which drop you down into the high 14s (provided you get the Jspec ECU, or reprogram the A-spec ECU with the new VRIS Points). More info can be found at www.mx6.com, they are the gods of MX6s and 626s. www.probetalk.com for Probes.
The stock suspension blows. The car sits too high and is pretty easy to spin out on corners.
Car looks sexy, clean lines, it's not a beast, but gets the job done.
The stock clutch is a complete joke, slips brand new... Upgrade it to a stage 0 or 1. Anything higher beats up the tranny, and makes stop and go traffic lots of fun!
This many seem like a lot, but I have driving the living sh*t out of this car since I got it. And it has never left me stranded once. The car isn't too bad to work on. Some things can be a pain to do. The fuel economy is okay. Get about 650KM highway /tank and 400ish city /tank. Tank is 50 litres or 51. Never drove it to total empty LOL.
Rear seat actually fits people, as long as they aren't 6' or taller or fat. It does fit a car seat in both positions. However is a pain to get in and out.
In conclusion to all of this, I fixed just about everything on the car myself, except the clutch and exhaust. I did this with no experience. You educate yourself; say MX6.com, AllDataDIY, Hayes and Chilton. You'd be surprised what you learn. Currently training now as a truck and motorcoach Freightliner specialist.