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Which car will stand up for three years with the least amount of repairs: Mazda 6, Accord or Camry?

Elliot UdellElliot Udell Member Posts: 83
edited May 2016 in Mazda
I am car shopping. On my list is the Accord, Camry and Mazda 6. Which will stand up with the least amount of repairs in the first three years?


  • texasestexases Member Posts: 10,549
    Do you have the Consumer Reports new car guide?  Lots of reliability info. 
  • steverstever Guest Posts: 52,454
    edited May 2016
    You can check our True Cost to Own tool too.

    But really, most all cars are pretty reliable these days, especially any of the three you are shopping. Drive what you like.
  • carboy21carboy21 Member Posts: 760
    edited May 2016
    All three are great for the first three years of trouble free driving. But resale value of Mazda would be the least if you can find a buyer.
  • Elliot UdellElliot Udell Member Posts: 83
    why would re-sale be so low on the Mazda 6? this is important!!!!!!
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