Mazda 929 Accessories & Parts

About Mazda 929

The Mazda 929 got its start as a midsize sedan and kept the body-size over its first few generations before closing out its time in production as a full-size. The model began production in the early 1970s and left the Mazda roster officially towards the end of the '90s. 1973 is when the Mazda 929 was initially introduced, outfitted with a 1.8L inline four-cylinder. Of course, the bigger story when it came to the engines was the 929's use of the rotary engine, which it shared with the Luce (the 929's Euro counterpart). Other engines during the model's first generation included a 2.0L inline four-cylinder (90 horsepower), a 2.2L Diesel (66 horsepower), and a 1.3L four-cylinder rated at 127 horsepower. 1982 welcomed in the second generation, showing off a variety of 2.0L inline four-cylinder configurations. The second-generation 929 was produced until 1986.

1986 welcomed in another redesign for the 929 parts. Released for its third generation, the Mazda 929 was moved to the automaker's HC platform and saw a 3.0L V6 engine enter the lineup. The model didn't reach North America until 1988 and the only engine offered was the 3.0L. During this period, the 929 was offered as a four-door sedan and a four-door hardtop. When the 30.L V6 first made its debut, it was implemented with a single overhead cam (18 valves). A couple of years in, the engine was upgraded to a double-overhead cam with 24 valves, thus raising fuel economy. Other features such as antilock brakes and ventilated rear disc brakes were installed with the round of updates, as well. By 1990, V6 engines were used across the board outside of the US.

The fourth generation of the Mazda 929 began making its way into US showrooms for 1991. This time around, the 929 was constructed off of the HD platform and presented a wider list of options for drivers to choose from including power accessories, antilock brakes, cruise control, four-wheel drive, four-wheel steering, and a solar-vent to vent heat from the vehicle. By 1995, the model was beginning to be pulled back from North American markets to make way for the Millenia, Mazda's new flagship sedan. Even still, the 929 stayed in production for one more go-round in 1996. It was produced at a limited number due to sluggish sales but still boasted the 3.0L V6. Within a year, the model was dropped altogether from the lineup.

Once in a while there is a car that has the ability to transcend a generation. The Mazda 929 can be counted among them. Sleekly styled with reliable Mazda parts to back it up, the Mazda 929 has found a permanent place in its drivers' hearts. Giving yours some added personality helps keep it alive. That's exactly what we're here for!

At, we recognize the need for premium quality. That's why our selection of Mazda 929 Accessories and Parts is crammed full of the finest-made options for you take a swing at. Inside our inventory of Mazda 929 accessories and parts, you will find nothing but the latest and greatest, including spoilers, floor mats, grille guards, and tons more. More drama. More style. And quality that speaks for itself. This is what we do. Consider us your headquarters for all Mazda 929 accessories!

Whatever you expect from your Mazda 929, a bold look, mind-boggling performance, greater ride comfort, or safer driving, CARiD goes the extra mile to meet all your needs. Our extensive range of premium accessories and parts covers all the bases, whether you want your vehicle to be more powerful, smarter, fun to drive, or just need to restore it to original condition. We know how to throw a classy appeal into your Mazda 929 and keep it providing the best performance, so trust us and get the greatest bang for the buck!

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Mazda 929 Accessories & Parts Reviews
Average rating:3.53.5 - 1 reviews
1993 Mazda 929
| Posted by | (South Surrey, BC)

The Mahogany dash kit was delayed in shipping, the color on-line was lighter than what was shipped...the kit was almost straight brown pieces with no detail...little disappointed with the difference in color and detail on-line vs what was shipped. Shipping/packaging was damaged pieces....all in all I would rate this a 7.3/10

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