If the 4-cylinder engine was just a shade quieter at initial acceleration and the suspension had just a touch more road-holding glue, the Mazda 626 would rank right up there with the Honda Accord. The Mazda 626 LX sedan comes this close. When pitting a Japanese compact such as the Accord, 626 or Nissan Stanza against such U.S. competitors as Ford Tempo, Pontiac Grand Am or Buick Skyl... Read full review for the 1989 Mazda 626
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I have owned several of these cars, 1988 through 1991, Mazda LX Touring Sedans. Two with turbos, one with automatic and the other with a manual transmission. Three others all have the normally aspirat... Read Full Review
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