The Mazda MX-6 model was upgraded in 1994 utilizing numerous
chassis design features and technology from the proven Mazda 626
platform. Mazda's popular sports coupe became a stylish car that
offered excellent handling, stability and performance. This 1994
MX-6 is a very nice example of that coupe. The Ruby Mica Red
exterior has been well maintained and is in very good condition.
Brand new 'Vision' aluminum alloys mount Nitto NT-450 performance
radials and provide nice accents. The Taupe leather interior shows
very little wear. All gauges are working perfectly and virtually
every convenience feature is included: A/C, leather interior, power
seats, power locks, power tinted windows and cruise control. This
MX-6 is also equipped with an AM/FM/CD/Cassette stereo system, tilt
wheel and power sunroof. The naturally aspirated DOHC 2.5-liter V-6
produces 164 horsepower at 5,600rpm. The owner has recently
performed a major service that included a new timing belt, water
pump and radiator. Power is delivered through a four-speed
automatic front transaxle. Power-assisted 4-wheel disc brakes and
power steering are standard. The result is a Mazda performance
coupe that represents a tremendous value and is a very comfortable
driver - ready for your next 'Cruise-In'. ALL VEHICLES SOLD "AS
1994 Mazda MX-6 GT
Location:Concord, North Carolina
Exterior Color:Ruby Mica Red
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