5 out of 5 stars
What can i say?
from Salt Lake City
on Tue Jan 29 2013
What can i say? well mine has never had one single issue since i've owned it the last 5 years. It's only got 104k miles on it and runs like the day i bought it.
I dare you to find one of these little trucks for a reasonable price that is rust free, 100% running & leaks no oil or fluids at all, that is under 104k miles & all the same color. Then i dare you to find one that is available when you want to buy it.
Great for the price, amazing for the loyalty that is what best describes this truck.
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4 out of 5 stars
Great little truck for the price
from San Diego, CA
on Fri Oct 08 2010
Pros: My Mazda is still running at 205,000 miles, and it's been a great truck for the cost - comfy, reliable, durable. I bought it from a private seller for $6000 when it only had 54 miles! It isn't very powerful, but it only has a V4 so that's to be expected. The heater core did die at 190,000 miles, and not worth the cost to repair as I live in the southwest.
The AC died 4 at 170,000 mi, had it replaced for $1000. Those were the big costs. Other repairs have been in the last 30,000 miles: clutch, throwout valve, catalytic converter, radiator and fan, water pump, thermostat, breaks. Considering how much my friends poo-poo this as a glorified Ford (which they don't like), I say it has been a real good value for what I paid.
Cons: low power, not stable at all in high winds with a shell on it, not good at all in sand or snow without exceptional tires. If you work on your own cars, access to a lot of things under the hood is tricky, and time consuming, so labor costs may be higher than, say, a similar sized Toyota.
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5 out of 5 stars
best ever made in the world
by george bush
from new jersey
on Thu Oct 07 2010
sensational truck im very ridiculos hapyness in my hart is a good equipment for work this the best vehicle that i ever own
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