Monday, September 1, 1997

Mazda 626 Station Wagon

The new Mazda 626 Station Wagon extends and redefines the definition of the "mid-size" wagon in areas like physical size, aesthetics, vehicle dynamics, value and lasting quality. This car shares the new 626's advanced architecture, power-train and chassis but features a unique body that provides unparalleled space efficiency and versatility.

Mazda 626 Station Wagon

With the expended wheelbase and overall length, 60 mm and 85 mm longer than 5-door hatchback/4-door sedan, respectively, the new 626 Station Wagon realizes class-leading spacious cabin and luggage room. The sliding and split reclining function in the rear seat creates flexible interior space to meet various purposes.

Mazda has incorporated wide array of active and passive safety measures in the new 626 Station Wagon, which includes advanced impact-energy distribution and absorption body structure, SRS airbags with an advanced deactivating system on passenger side, world's-first side-airbag that protects head and body.

Three gasoline engines, 1.8 litre, and two versions of 2.0 litre are offered for the 626 Station Wagon. An entirely new turbo-charged direct injection diesel engine will be added to the line up in the summer of 1998. Outstanding fuel efficiency of these newly-developed, highly efficient gasoline engines contribute to the reduction of carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions, which is one of the causes global warming.

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