Used MAZDA 616 Parts – Buy/Sell Used Auto Parts

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Capella is the Japanese market name for Mazda’s family car; larger the Familia/323 but smaller than the The vehicle has als- been as the Mazda 616, 626, and Ford Telstar, and is closely t- the short-lived Mazda Lantis, Persona, Autozam Clef, 500/Xedos 6 and Mazda MX-6/Ford

Production of the Capella lasted 1970 until it was replaced by the Atenza in 2002.

Plain 4 engines ranged from cc t- 1586 cc and 1769 cc. See als- link. Contents

* 1 1970 1.1 616/618 (USA) * 2 1977 * 3 * 4 1987 * 5 1994 * 6 1997 * 7 * 8 External links

1970 1 First-generation Capella Production 1977 Body style(s) FR FR coupe Engine(s) 1.6 L I4 Related 616 Mazda RX-2

The first Capella was introduced in and lasted until 1974. It was by a 4 cylinder SOHC valve displacing 1.6 L (1586cc). Bore was 78 mm and was 83 mm.

Output was 104 hp (77 kW) and 106 ftЎ¤lbf (144

This generation was sold in markets as the Mazda 616 in coupe and configurations.

An optional Mazda engine and other tweaks it int- the Mazda RX-2.


The 616 was a major component of United States expansion in having been preceded by its brother, the RX-2, the previous It featured the 1.6 L (1586 cc) engine, was als- used in the 1200 year. The American Capella was and renamed the next year.

The 1972 618 had a larger 1.8 L (1796 cc) Lasting just one year, the 618 was not used again in the United and the only Capella for 1973 was the

1977 Mark 2 Production 1982 Body style(s) FR FR coupe Engine(s) 1.6 L F/MA I4 2.0 L I4 Related Mazda 626 Mazda

The second generation rear-wheel Capella was available between and 1982, in both sedan and forms. It was known on export as the Mazda 626, with the of United Kingdom, where it was the Mazda Montrose, the name was t- honour the local Mazda in Montrose. Early models had tw- different frontal treatments, one a more pronounced sloping t- denote some models, on the Japanese domestic market.

A bolder front and rear though similar in appearance was for 1981.

1983 Mark 3 Capella Production 1983. Body style(s) FF sedan FF Engine(s) 2.0 L FE I4 2.0 L FET I4 Related Mazda 626 Telstar

In 1983 the third Capella was released using the new wheel drive GC platform. As the international version was named the 626 (see that article for information), and certain markets received the 626 rebadged as the Ford (complete with slightly styling). Sedan and Coupe offered as before, with due t- demand – a 5-door variant added.

1987 4 Production 1988. 1993 style(s) FF sedan FF station FF hatchback Engine(s) 2.2 L F2 I4 2.2 L F2T I4 2.0 L RFT I4 Related MX-6 Ford Probe 626

The fourth-generation Capella was released in It used the updated GD platform and in production in Japan until The 626 and Telstar were updated in on the GE platform, but this vehicle was the Mazda Cronos for Japan.

The variation of Capella was presented in and was produced until 1994. versions of it featured 2.0 diesel RFT notable for its use of a pressure wave that previously could be in Mazda Bongo.

A station version was introduced on a slightly-modified (called GV).

1994 5 Production 1994. 1997 style(s) FF sedan Engine(s) 2.0 L F I4 2.5 L KL V6 Eunos 500 Xedos 6 Mazda Ford Telstar II

Mazda 626

The fifth-generation Capella was introduced in in Japan. The Mazda Cronos and MS-6 had taken the GE platform the Capella might have S- Mazda introduced a new Capella on the CG designed for the upscale Mazda and Eunos 500.

This lasted just three and the Capella name returned t- the G after 1996.

The Capella (station wagon) remained on the old GV until 1996.

1997 6 Production 1998. 2002 style(s) FF sedan Engine(s) 2.0 L F I4 2.5 L KL V6 Mazda 626 Ford Telstar

A new Capella appeared in 1997 the GF platform. The Mazda Cronos was retired and the Capella, 626, and once again shared a platform. All wheel drive was in Japan.

Once again, the station version uses a slightly carryover platform (now GW). The wheelbase is 60 mm (2.4 in) than the sedan, and a V6 engine is

The Capella was updated in 1999 a new interior and exterior, cabin air an available turbodiesel engine, a new manually-operated automatic transmission, and EBD and DSC.


* 1.8 L FP-DE I4 * 2.0 L FS-DE I4 (1997-2001) * 2.0 L FS-ZE I4 * 2.0 L RF Turbo-Diesel I4 (1999-2001) * 2.5 L KL-ZE V6 only, 1997-2001)


The name was retired in 2002 t- way for the new Mazda Atenza. This once again unified the midsize Mazda models the world, sold as the Mazda in much of the world.

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