The Mazda Millenia S, with its unique 210-horsepower Miller-cycle V6 engine, is one of the most interesting cars in the near-luxury class. A crisp-handling sedan that encourages you to go home the long way, it's coupled with the kind of gracious creature comforts that'll make you want to invite the boss along. And in the matter of value for dollars, the Millenia S must be considered entry-luxury's secret weapon -- especially in 1999. That's because the generously equipped Millenia S, furnished with just about everything you could expect in a deluxe sedan, sells for 15.2 percent less than it did in 1998. Without degrading this car's content in any way, it's been discounted $5,550, to a Filene's Basement price of $31,045. But with all the luxuries on board, no one will know you bought this sleek, energetic automobile on sale. To the contrary, given the rarity of Mazdas on the road, a Millenia S will set you apart from the everybody's-got-one sedans in valet parking. At a generous discount, you'll be the "interesting stranger" people want to know more about.