MAZDA 626 Station Wagon

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MAZDA 626 Station Wagon 626 Station Wagon Mk.3
MAZDA 626 Station Wagon 626  Station Wagon Mk.3 1988 1991
1988 1991

The fourth generation of the Mazda 626 Wagon was the middle road between a medium-sized hatchback and an MPV.
In the ’80s, the MPV market-share was rising, but the station-wagon vehicles didn’t give up the fight. Mazda already had a very appreciated model, the 626, so the Japanese carmaker placed its bets on the wagon.

With its rectangular, horizontal headlights and a shy try to soften its edges, the Mazda 6 wasn’t everyone’s candy. The Japanese carmaker didn’t clearly understand the European’s design taste, so it decided to try the market and convince it with good, well-built products. All four doors were kept the same as those installed on the hatchback version, and that resulted in an unusual shape for the side windows behind the C-pillars. In the back, the carmaker installed corner-mounted taillights to allow a straight cut for the tailgate. Unlike many other station-wagons on the market, it featured a flat floor, flush to the top rear bumper.

Inside, the Japanese designers installed a curved dashboard with a hump above the instrument cluster. It didn’t feature the usual angled cuts from most of its competitors on the market. The air-vents were integrated into the center stack and above the median line of the dash. For some trim levels, it featured front bucket seats. In the rear, Mazda installed a folding rear seatback to expand the trunk area.

The independent suspension in all corners made the car very comfortable, and the engine lineup was adequate for its customers. Mazda offered a choice of diesel and gasoline engines for the 626.

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