2001 Mazda millenium.Guy wants 600 for it.Says it overheats and it hasnt been driven since december of last year.He says its the radiator.I want to buy the car but what if its not the radiator?

Asked by May 15, 2017 at 10:39 PM about the 2001 Mazda Millenia 4 Dr S Supercharged Sedan

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

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Don't buy it it could be more that the radiator, I would save your pennies and buy something better. I have a feeling you are going to have allot of issues with this car, Good Luck !

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Overheating can be caused by engine problems such as blown head gasket, water pump failure,etc. I suggest to continue shopping for a better choice.


These cars drove nice, when new. But that was a long time ago. They weren't known to be terribly reliable, and as a low-volume car, spare parts are difficult to come by. Agree; I'd pass.

I bought one for $500 the 99 model and the guy only told me that the timing belt was bad, and he was right i fixed the timing belt and she ran like new happen i trusted a pure stranger then running with naysayers..dont listen to people you decide!!

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