Autotrader Find: 1995 Mazda 626 With 19,800 Miles

The Mazda 626 has been largely forgotten, mostly due to the fact that Mazda replaced it in 2003 with the far better and more attractive Mazda6, which has since gone on to great acclaim in the midsize sedan world. But for those of you who haven’t forgotten the 626, here’s your chance to get a nice one.

This 1995 Mazda 626 is offered for sale by Dunning Toyota Subaru in Ann Arbor, Michigan, and it’s surely the nicest mid-1990s Mazda 626 models left — and one of the lowest-mileage pre-2000 sedans currently listed for sale on Autotrader. It’s traveled just 19,824 miles from new, and it features an enthusiast-friendly manual transmission — assuming there are any enthusiasts out there looking for a ’95 Mazda 626.

For those of you who need a little refresher on the 626, this generation of the sedan was sold from 1993 to 1997. It was offered with two engines: A 2.0-liter 4-cylinder that made about 115 horsepower, or a 2.5-liter V6 that made about 160 hp. The manual transmission was offered for both engines, but this particular example has the 4-cylinder.

Not surprisingly, the Carfax report for this 626 shows that it’s a 1-owner example that was sold new on December 12, 1994, in Ann Arbor. It wasn’t driven much, though it seems that it was traded into Dunning Toyota Subaru earlier this year — and now, the best-preserved 626 in the world can be yours: it’s listed for $5,600.

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