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  1. HIROSHIMA, Japan—Mazda Motor Corporation has freshened its globally popular Demio compact car for the Japanese market. It goes on sale today at all Mazda, Mazda Anfini and Mazda Autozam dealerships nationwide. Manufacturer's suggested retail prices (including consumption tax) range from 1,190,000 to 1,580,000 yen. Mazda Demio 13C-V (Front wheel drive with MZR 1.3-liter Miller-cycle engine with continuously variable transmission.) The updated Demio comes with refined interior and exterior styling. Two vivid exterior body colors — Passion Orange Mica and Golden Red Mica — have been newly added to the range. Inside, the standard black seats have been enlivened with a multistripe pattern, and the steering wheel features bright silver spokes. Mazda's 'Audio-less' specification is now standard across the entire model range, providing customers with the freedom to choose their desired audio system. This revision makes the base price for some of the available models even more affordable. Main features of the freshened Mazda Demio Exterior - The range of exterior body colors has been expanded with Passion Orange Mica and Golden Red Mica. (Golden Red Mica was available for the special edition 'Chiara' Demio.) Interior - New 'Multi Black' seats energize the interior with the addition of a multistripe pattern to the standard black seats. (For all grades except SPORT) - The steering wheel has shiny silver spokes. (For all grades except SPORT) - Tachometer with white background as standard. (For 13C-V and 13C grades) Other features - 'Audio-less' specification (the center panel has a free space) provides customers with the freedom to choose their desired audio system. (New to all grades except 13S; came as standard on original 13S grade.) - A total of six-speakers are set in the front and rear doors and in the door mirror garnishes. (For SPORT grade)
  2. It is MUCH louder... sound clips have been recorded, but converting from .aac to .mp3 is proving difficult and cannot upload .aac as the extension is not allowed... [attachmentid=1079][attachmentid=1080][attachmentid=1081][attachmentid=1082] [attachmentid=1083][attachmentid=1084][attachmentid=1085][attachmentid=1086] [attachmentid=1087] http://www.zshare.net/download/14693638da90d65a/ Idling at the tail pipe http://www.zshare.net/download/1469373991899a16/ Revving while in Driver's seat http://www.zshare.net/download/146937596ae5745e/ Short drive.... Rear manifold was not leaking at the gasket, rather it was broken on the downpipe side, as you can see in the pic. Came apart in his hands when taking off.... gases were leaking and flowing up through the shield. This created the flawed thought that the gasket was gone... very peculiar.
  3. Guide to repair Mazda 3. rar (36 mb) Guide to appliance repair and maintenance Mazda 626 1985 - (GD) PDF (33 mb) Guide to repair Mazda 6. Engines, mechanical CPR, the body. rar (10 mb) Guide to Mazda-6 in English: Mazda 6 Training Manual, 3.2 MBt Mazda-6 Workshop Manual, 10.3 MBt Guide to repair Mazda MPV 1996. rar (40 mb) Guide to repair Mazda Millenia 1996. rar (51 mb) Guide to repair electricians Mazda 626, MX6 1996. rar (22 mb) Guide to repair 1996 Mazda Protege. rar (35 mb) Guide to appliance repair and maintenance Mazda 626 1985 - (GD) PDF (33 mb) Guide to the engine Z5 Guide to the engine Z5 The leadership of repair, spare parts catalog, electronic Mazda Protege5. All this is and on this site, but still a link. Guide to Mazda Protege5! Catalogue of spare parts for Protege 99-03. Catalogue of spare parts for Protege (4.8 mb) Guide to repair Mazda Protege (BJ). The manual describes in detail the maintenance and repair of vehicles Mazda Protege (BJ for the American market). Designed for owners of cars and SRT workers. English language. Pdf file (38 mb) Japanese carburetor Nikki. Servicing, maintenance and repair. File pdf, Part 1 (7.8 mb) File pdf, Part 2 (6.5 mb) Guide to repair Mazda 626 (GF, GW) since 1999 The manual describes in detail the maintenance and repair of vehicles Mazda 626 1999-2002 year. Designed for car owners and workers SRT Pdf file (22 mb) Guide to repair and maintenance Mazda 626 1992-2002 (GE, GF, GW) Mazda 626 (it is Efini MX-6 and Capella) 1992-2002 (considered a model in the bodies GE, GF, GW) The manual detailing operation, maintenance and repair of motor vehicles Mazda 626 two generations :1992-1997 and 1997-2002 year with all engine options. Designed for car owners and workers SRT Archive (4.5 mb) Mazda Electrical Wiring Diagram rar (1442K)
  4. Eunos Cosmo Was the Eunos JC Cosmo Mazda's greatest ever car? It is a question that certainly makes you think. Launched in March 1990, the JC Cosmo was the ultimate Japanese luxury car. Not only was it powered by the twin-turbo 13B rotary engine, but it was the model and so far the only model to feature Mazda's technological showpiece, the triple rotor, twin-turbo 20B engine. It is plain to see Mazda did not compromise when designing this vehicle, whether it be it's design, the amazing engine or the technologically advanced interior. It was designed to be a pure luxury car that could also be used as a sports car when required. Aimed at companies such as BMW, Mercedes and Jaguar to name a few, the Cosmo blew them all away with its advanced styling, performance and features. Produced between 1990 and 1996, the Cosmo was available in limited numbers to make sure that build quality was at a typically Japanese high standard. This also meant that the price of the car was quite high, and would have cost at least $100,000 AUD if it was sold here when new. Inside, the Cosmo's interior is full of high-tech features such as Japan's first GPSS (Global Positioning Satellite System) and touch screen system in a car. The dash area has also been designed to sort of wrap-around the driver, creating a cockpit-like environment inside. The leather used in some models was also as good as anything from Europe. The designed concept of its interior is an "organic space that enhances the relationship between car and driver". The cleanly designed interior is designed using natural materials, creating a comfortable atmosphere for driver and passengers. There is no normal dashboard inside the car, instead once the ignition is turned on, a digital blue display lights up along a black instrument panel. There is plenty of room inside to create the impression that you really are inside a luxury car rather than a cramped sports car. There is room in the rear for two passengers although not enough as what would be inside a regular sedan. Some models featured the CCS or "Car Control System" this was used via a touch screen TV. The CCS could control most of the car's features and systems at the touch of a button. For cars without the CCS this space was filled by a CD player as well as an AM/FM stereo cassette and a push button controlled ventilation/climate control system. The CCS controlled things such as the 12 stacker CD, AM/FM Stereo, Tape player, Climate control, ventilation control, TV, GPSS and an optional mobile phone. Standard with the Type-E CCS model is a fantastic audio system which includes 6 high quality speakers designed to give a complete "Surround sound" atmosphere. The standard stereo (and optional CD player) still provide sound quality above normal car audio standards even though not matching the abilities of the Type-E CCS model. The differences between the models are described below: Type-S CCS: This is the Sport model, featuring the Car Control System. This combined the luxury features of the Type-E with the sportier handling and ride of the Type-S version. The dark leather interior is more sports orientated. Stiffer spring rates and dampers helped to give a more sportier ride. This model was available in Series II form only and featured the 13B engine only. Type-S: This is another Sport model, and like the above mentioned car, lacks the CCS. It doesn't have leather trim either, instead dark cloth is used. It is designed to be more sportier than the other models, therefore missing out on some of the luxury features. Available in Series I form, it does get a leather-bound steering wheel however and the choice of an optional CD player. Stiffer spring rates and dampers were also used on this model. Type-E CCS: This is the Elegant model, featuring top of the line luxury with the Car Control System. This model was available for both series and with the 20B engine. It also received twin dampers on the rear in order to create a more smoother ride. Type-E: Again this is the Elegant model, but it does not feature the CCS. It does however still have the leather interior. In place of the CCS, there is a single CD player and radio, along with a normal ventilation/climate control system. Available in Series I form only. Type-SX: This is the Sports Extra model available in the Series II range, it features dark leather seats with cloth inserts, along with a dark leather interior. It was designed to create a more upmarket sports car. The Cosmo was powered by both the 13B Twin Turbo Rotary Engine and the 20B Twin Turbo Rotary Engine, most probably the ultimate example of a production rotary engine. It was also the worlds first series production engine employing a twin "sequential" turbo system and this created an amazing level of torque from it's 1962 cc capacity. With over 390 nm available from as little as 2200 rpm, the 402 nm peak at 3000 rpm drops by as little as 10% at the 7000 rpm redline. Mazda officially rated power at 206 kW, in order to comply with the Japanese limit, but like most Japanese sports cars such as the Nissan Skyline GT-R and the Toyota Supra, the real figure is around 220 plus kW. The sequential turbo system works by the primary turbocharger receiving exhaust gas from all the rotors to spool faster, therefore increasing low speed torque and helping to remove the dreaded turbo lag. The 2nd turbo whilst spinning is still yet to provide any boost. At a pre-determined speed the 2nd turbo spools up to add full boost. This results in effortless performance in conjunction with the rotary engines natural smoothness & flexibility. Available as an automatic only, the transmission features three modes and is superbly matched to the engine. There is a button which gives a choice between "normal" & "power" mode. When "power" mode is selected, responsiveness to the accelerator position increases as well as holding the gear longer before the next up change. The third mode is a "hold" mode which gives the driver manual control. This is a good feature for demanding driving as well as allowing 2nd gear take offs which help to improve traction during slippery conditions. Handling wise, the car rides on double wishbone suspension up front with multi link independent rear suspension. the Type-E versions received twin dampers on the rear while the Type-S versions had stiffer spring rates and dampers, in order to match it's sporting image. ABS was optional on the 13B models and standard on 20B models and hauls the big car up reasonably well. There were some differences between the 13B and 20B models. The main ones are the 20B models received a larger fuel tank (85lt vs. 72lt for the 13B), a different diff ratio (3.909:1 vs. 4.300:1 for the 13B), ABS and an LSD were also standard on the 20B models. Performance wise, the 20B would do the 1/4mile in 14.1 sec compared to the 13B model which managed a 15.3 sec time. Top speed was also higher at 260km/h whereas the 13B model could only manage 235km/h. Fuel economy was also a bit of a problem with a hard driven Cosmo, around town, the 20B model would average 6.0km/l or around 16L per 100km and the 13B 7.2km/l (13.8L per 100km). On the highway, those figures improved with the 20B averaging 9.7km/l (10.3L per 100km) and the 13B model 10.5km/l (9.5L per 100km). It was definitely a car for those who didn't mind visiting the petrol station frequently. The Cosmo was updated for 1993, with the addition of a new model and the removal of a model to reflect preferences of the Series I buyers. Therefore the Series I runs from 1990-1992 and the Series II from 1993-1996. Exterior changes were small but interior trim levels did get changed. Years Available: 1990 to 1996 Engine: 13B (1308cc) twin rotor (2 x 654cc) EFI Twin Sequential Turbos with Intercooler and 20B (1962cc) triple rotor (3 x 654cc) EFI Twin Sequential Turbos with Intercooler Transmission: 4 speed, triple mode electronically controlled auto Power (Approx.): 230hp (172kw) (13B), 300hp (224 kw) (20B) Torque (Approx.): 217 Lb/Ft (294Nm) (13B), 297 Lb/Ft (402Nm) (20B) Weight (Approx.) Series 4: 1510 kg (13B Model), 1610 kg (20B Model) Chassis Prefix: JC-3SE / JC-3S (13B Model), JC-ESE / JC-ES (20B Model) Specification: Type E (Elegant) and Type S (Sports) Original Cost (Approx): Not sold here officially, it would have been around $100,000+ AUD when new
  5. Mazda/Eunos KJ-ZEM A much underrated engine is the Mazda/Eunos 800 Miller-cycle KJ-ZEM. Sold in Japan from 1997, the 2.3 litre V6 KL-ZEM employs DOHC, 4-valve-per-cylinder heads with Miller cycle technology. The Miller-cycle principle involves closing the intake valves much later than in a conventional Otto cycle engine (the inlet valves are kept open for the first 20 percent of the compression stroke). This approach reduces pumping losses at part throttle. A Lysholm screw-type supercharger is an essential part of the system because it prevents the mixture flowing backwards out through the inlet valves (which are held open). Twin-air-to-air intercoolers are also fitted. With a static compression ratio of 8:1 and boost pressure of around 14 psi, this sophisticated engine produces 162kW at 5500 rpm. Peak torque (294Nm) is available at 3200 rpm. Interestingly, the Japanese-spec engine is 13kW and 12Nm gruntier than the Australian-delivered version. All KL-ZEMs are fitted with a 4-speed automatic transmission. We are told that the engine is reliable but the hard-working supercharger can develop seal problems. A replacement blower costs a few hundred dollars. KL-ZEM on the Dyno In our test of the Mazda 800 back in 1999 (Eunos 800 Miller cycle) we decided to run the supercharged Miller-cycle engine on a Dyno Dynamics chassis dyno. As seen in this graph, the Australian-spec (149kW) engine produced 111kW at the wheels with strong low-to-mid rpm torque. Interestingly, intake air temperature shot through the roof during testing after about 10 seconds running at full power, we measured 75 degrees Celsius after the little intercoolers (see pic)! Whack on some better intercoolers and you're sure to have more power.
  6. Valeo In Development Contracts for Camless Engine; Projections of Up To 20% Improvement in Fuel Efficiency AutoWeek reports that Valeo SA has several development contracts with automakers for its camless engine. Although Valeo would not confirm the contracts, a spokesperson said the supplier is working with several global automakers on camless engines. Camless technology is projected to deliver as much as 20% better fuel economy over a conventional engine. Valeo presented its camless Smart Valve Actuation (SVA) at the 2005 Frankfurt Motor Show. In a camless engine, each engine valve is operated individually by an actuator that is placed on the upper surface of the cylinder head, directly above the valve guides. Each actuator is linked to an engine-mounted Valve Control Unit (VCU) that ensures the optimal positioning of all valves and performs the power drive function. The SVA system thus replaces the conventional mechanical cam belt, camshaft and hydraulic cam followers. By controlling residual gases, minimizing pumping losses and deactivating cylinders and valves, this technology reduces fuel consumption and pollutant emissions by up to 20%. Consumers will also benefit from enhanced performance and driving comfort, due to an increase in low-end engine torque. Valeo is working on two different camless systems, each one including the actuators, the Valve Control Unit (VCU), the wiring rail and the Electronic Control Unit (ECU) with the specific strategies dedicated to these new concepts. The “full-camless” system manages the valves on both the intake and exhaust side of the engine. The “half-camless” system manages the inlet valves only. Martin Haub, Valeo board member for R&D, told Automotive News Europe that Valeo is focusing on the half-camless system, which delivers 80% of the performance of the full-camless system, but at half the cost.
  7. mts

    King Of The Road

    King of the road Saturday July 8, 2006 By Alastair Sloane Mazda heads further into go-fast territory at the end of this month with its new Mazda3 MPS, a hot hatchback with the potential to be crowned the segment's power broker. The lickety-split five-door is the second model to wear the Mazda Performance Series badge after the release here last year of the all-wheel-drive Mazda6 MPS sedan. But, unlike the sedan, the Mazda3 delivers its segment-leading power through the front wheels only, where torque steer is inherent in such drivetrains. The Mazda3 MPS is powered by a turbocharged 2.3-litre four-cylinder engine producing 190kW (255bhp) at 5500rpm and 380Nm of torque at 3000rpm and mated to a six-speed manual gearbox. That makes it one of the fastest front-drivers on the planet and gives it considerably more oomph than the most desirable front-drive hot hatchback on the New Zealand market at the moment, the turbocharged 2-litre 150kW/280Nm Volkswagen GTi, or the longtime bang-for-your-buck leader, the boosted 2.5-litre 169kW/320Nm all-wheel-drive Subaru WRX Impreza. Mazda says it uses computer-controlled components to "eliminate" torque steer, where driven front wheels scrambling under a powerful throttle fight the driver through the steering wheel for control of the vehicle. It says that to maximise traction and minimise torque steer, the turbocharged hatchback uses boost-pressure control to suppress sudden torque peaks. This ensures that engine torque is applied smoothly and that torque increases only to a certain level, it says. In addition, when using first or second gears in tight corners when large steering inputs are required - detected by a steering angle sensor - the engine-management system will again control the throttle valve, limiting excessive torque delivery. The standard stability/traction control system, which can be switched off, also intervenes to keep the car from heading into a hedge by monitoring different speeds of the front and rear wheels. To further boost traction, says the company, the Mazda3 MPS comes with a torque-sensing limited slip differential similar in its design and operation to that used in the RX-8 and MX-5. The mechanical LSD, which has a torque split of 66:34, provides pulling power to the inner wheel during hard cornering and benefits traction under hard acceleration. The car's body and floor assembly have been reinforced to handle the much higher load from the engine. Engineers also gave the MacPherson front and multi-link rear suspension higher spring rates, larger stabiliser bars and dampers with up to six times more damping force, depending on damper piston speed. The Mazda3 is expected to cost around $46,000. The six-speed manual Golf GTi costs $49,990 and the five-speed Subaru $44,990.
  8. Originally posted by "crossbow" Recalls/MSP's/SSP's http://forum.mazda6tech.com/viewforum.php?f=37 TSB's http://forum.mazda6tech.com/viewforum.php?f=36 MRI's http://forum.mazda6tech.com/viewforum.php?f=39 CRP's http://forum.mazda6tech.com/viewforum.php?f=38 A new 06 will have almost all the problems ironed out from the first three links. CRP's are commonly reported problems, (from owners), which have yet to be addressed in a Mazda TSB or MRI.
  9. Originally posted by "sim rx-3" MY PROJECT CAR - 1974 rx3 ap sedan this is posted as tribute to the affair some have with Mazdas world around!! mts These photo's taken at start of the year 2003 before i pulled her apart- Ok, now where to start... It's a 1974 series2 rx3 sedan and this is what is being done- body colour might be candy apple red but I'm still thinking original colour, which is what she is now. Interior will be oyster colour leather interior if car is red. If gold havent decided yet. *13bt motor (bridge ported) *T45 holset turbo but could be looking at GT42R Currently HOLSET is 55mm compressor wheel with 70mm exhaust wheel. (WHICH IS FOR SALE) * custom manifold with water to air intercooler. * LPG throttle body * Haltech ignition computer with Straight LPG. * Supra TT 6 speed with custom vertical gate shifter * 9" diff with 4.56 gears * Original steering setup is being replaced with electric powersteering pump from a holden vectra and rack (if anyone has the wiring diagram for it would be muchly appreciated) * Front suspension is full custom (like the Gemini that won summernats) with coil over shocks. (Shock towers have been removed from the body in the engine bay as aftermarket crossmember has shock towers on it) or like this - * Rear suspension is 2 bar link (like a toyota landcruiser 80 series) with watts linkage and coil over shocks (rear shock towers have been removed to make way for sub box) * Pbr disk brakes (330mm front, 300mm rear disks) drilled-slotted disks all four corners (Brembo 6 spot calipers on front, Brembo 4 spot rear) *Firewall smoothed over and brake/clutch pedal boxes used will be mounted under the dash * mechanical water pump replaced with davies craig EWP * Stud pattern and offset changed to falcon (sick of Simmons on Mazdas, no offence) *False drop tank has the Gas tanks and battery in it (Also done to make room for sub box) * Twin 3.5" exhaust system with rear mufflers sitting either side of drop tank with 5" outlets * All inner guards will have been lifted 3" without changing external lines of the body to make room for new rims-tires * Rims are 20"x8.5" with 245/35/20 tires on all four corners * 4x recaro seats. Extra 2 for rear seat configuration with parcel shelf to be moulded to come down around recaros to give it the "bench seat look" * 2x clarion dual voice coil 12" subs * 2x clarion splits (a set for front and a set for the rear) * Mazda 121 bubble boot hinges used for boot and bonnet hinges of rx3 to give it a funky look when opening/closing. This is so far, so basically I want 20" rims with the body 150mm off the ground and be able to rotate the wheels for even wear. have purchased the plates - I can wait till she is on the road gleaming her ass off with me in da drivers seat pimpin style!! lol
  10. Originally posted by "mazda-fla" You remove the plastic cover around the steering column. Then remove and install the new one. Only a couple of screws to remove the plastic cover around the column, a couple of bolts for the motor, and a wiring harness. Doesn't require removing the steering wheel or airbag. Shouldn't be that hard to change. In addition to the motor, there is also a tilt relay, tilt switch, and tilt sensor (the thing you insert the key into). So if your tilt wheel doesn't work it is most likely a bad motor, but replacing the motor is not 100% guarenteed to fix the problem, because it could be one of the other components. If the manual up-down lever works fine and it is just the auto-tilt not working, then it is probably the tilt relay, tilt switch, or tilt sensor that is bad. However, if both the manual up-down lever and auto-tilt are inoperative, then it is most likely a bad motor. I haven't actually changed one, but I got the instructions on how it works and how to change it because I was going to change mine because mine broke in "truck driver" position. However, I eventually got mine into a confortable position by messing with the manual lever over a period of a few days, then just turned off the auto tilt. So, mine is permenentally broken in the right spot. The "manual lever" is not what you are thinking. It is the little up-down lever next to the auto tilt button. You manually raise and lower the steering wheel (as oppose to automatically letting it raise and lower). However, the "manual lever" still uses the electric motor to raise and lower the wheel. It is not a true manual (mechanical) way to raise and lower the wheel like other cars use, it is electric
  11. Originally posted by "Duncan" MODELGUIDE mazda millenia - 1995-2002 Not exactly a replacement for the 929, and not exactly a giant step up from the 626 it shared major parts with, Mazda's conflicted Millenia luxury sedan ended up becoming something special on its own terms. Known by most for its spectacular styling and the unique Miller Cycle engine, it has become a cult classic among both Mazda fans and lovers of interesting automobiles. The Millenia only endured one generation from 1995-2002 (the "TA" model), but with a major facelift and update during that time. Watch this space for a full report! -- Duncan M. MAZDA MILLENIA PAINT COLORS This info comes from a site called PaintScratch.com, sellers of touch-up kits and paint packages that match original factory colors. All I've done is compiled the paint codes for each year - it's up to you to check your car and see what matches. You can find your color by simply opening up your driver door and, on the info sticker on the door jamb, looking for a two- or three-digit paint code. 1995 MAZDA MILLENIA 1H - Steel Gray Mica Clearcoat 4F - Champagne Silver Mica Clearcoat 5U - Gardenia White Mica Tri-Coat A5 - Satellite Blue Mica Clearcoat A7 - Art Vin Red Mica Clearcoat PX - Brilliant Black PZ - Brilliant Black Clearcoat Z8 - Deep Sea Mica Clearcoat 1996 MAZDA MILLENIA 4F - Champagne Silver Mica Clearcoat 5U - Gardenia White Mica Tri-Coat A7 - Art Vin Red Mica Clearcoat PX - Brilliant Black PZ - Brilliant Black Clearcoat Z8 - Deep Sea Mica Clearcoat Z9 - Bluish Gray Mica Clearcoat 1997 MAZDA MILLENIA 11Q - Excellent Green Mica Clearcoat 12N - Indigo Blue Metallic Clearcoat 15X - Mid Green Mica Clearcoat 15Y - Autumn Red Mica Clearcoat 4F - Champagne Silver Mica Clearcoat 5U - Gardenia White Mica Tri-Coat PX - Brilliant Black PZ - Brilliant Black Clearcoat 1998 MAZDA MILLENIA 11Q - Excellent Green Mica Clearcoat 12K - Twilight Blue Mica Clearcoat 12N - Mid Green Mica Clearcoat 15Y - Autumn Red Mica Clearcoat 4F - Champagne Silver Mica Clearcoat 5U - Gardenia White Mica Tri-Coat PZ - Brilliant Black Clearcoat 1999 MAZDA MILLENIA (note new two-tone combinations) 12K - Twilight Blue Mica Clearcoat 15X - Mid Green Mica Clearcoat 15Y - Autumn Red Mica Clearcoat 17W - Snow White Mica Clearcoat 18J - Grace Green Mica Clearcoat 20D - Gentry Silver Metallic Clearcoat (used only as lower two-tone color) 4F - Champagne Silver Mica Clearcoat PZ - Brilliant Black Clearcoat 19A - (Two-Tone) 17W Snow White Mica Clearcoat / 4F Champagne Silver Mica Clearcoat 20E - (Two-Tone) PZ Brilliant Black Clearcoat / 20D Gentry Silver Metallic Clearcoat 2000 MAZDA MILLENIA (note that some previous codes have changed) 12K - Twilight Blue Mica Clearcoat 15X - Mid Green Mica Clearcoat 15Y - Autumn Red Mica Clearcoat 17W - Snow White Mica Tri-Coat 18J - Grace Green Mica Clearcoat 20D - Gentry Silver Metallic Clearcoat (used only as lower two-tone color) 22K - Passion Red Mica Metallic Clearcoat 4F - Champagne Silver Mica Clearcoat A3F - Brilliant Black 19A - (Two-Tone) 17W Snow White Mica Tri-Coat / 4F Champagne Silver Mica Clearcoat A3H - (Two-Tone) A3F Brilliant Black / 20D Gentry Silver Metallic Clearcoat 2001 MAZDA MILLENIA 17W - Snow White Mica Tri-Coat 18J - Grace Green Mica Clearcoat 20D - Gentry Silver Metallic Clearcoat 22K - Passion Red Mica Metallic Clearcoat 22R - Platinum Silver Metallic Clearcoat 4F - Champagne Silver Mica Clearcoat A3F - Brilliant Black 19A - (Two-Tone) 17W Snow White Pearl Tri-Coat / 4F Champagne Silver Pearl Clearcoat A3H - (Two-Tone) A3F Brilliant Black / 20D Gentry Silver Metallic Clearcoat 2002 MAZDA MILLENIA 18J - Grace Green Mica Clearcoat 19A - Snow White Mica Tri-Coat (used only as upper two-tone color) 20D - Gentry Silver Metallic Clearcoat 22K - Passion Red Mica Metallic Clearcoat 22R - Platinum Silver Metallic Clearcoat 25D - Snowflake Mica Tri-Coat 4F - Champagne Silver Mica Clearcoat A3E - Classic Red Clearcoat A3F - Brilliant Black 19A - (Two-Tone) 17W Snow White Mica Tri-Coat / 4F Champagne Silver Mica Clearcoat A3H - (Two-Tone) A3F Brilliant Black / 20D Gentry Silver Metallic Clearcoat 26G - (Two-Tone) 25D Snowflake Mica Tri-Coat / 4F Champagne Silver Mica Clearcoat 1995-2002 Mazda Millenia Specifications Wheelbase: 108 inches Overall Length: 190 inches Overall Width: 70 inches Overall Height: 55 inches Curb Weight (S): 3391 lbs. Curb Weight (L): 3232 lbs. Curb Weight (base): 3216 lbs. Interior Volume: 94 cubic feet Trunk Volume: 13.3 cubic feet Fuel Capacity: 18 gallons Seating Capacity: 5 Front Head Room: 39.3 inches Front Leg Room: 43.3 inches Rear Head Room: 37.0 inches Transmission: Electronically-Controlled 4-speed Automatic Country of Manufacture: Japan Drive Wheels: Front-Wheel Drive Steering: Rack and pinion type with engine rpm sensing variable assist power steering Brakes: ABS with dual diagonal hydraulic circuits, 10.8 inch ventilated front discs, 11.3 inch rear discs Wheels: Aluminum Alloy - 15x6.0JJ +60mm (205/65), 16x6.5JJ +55mm (215/55), 17x7.0JJ +50mm (215/50) Coefficient of drag: 0.28
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