Mazda 323 (pre-1989) Reviews
Product Type: Mazda cars
Newest Review: ... many different settings to choose from. Servicing cost me approx £130.00 from a Mazda garage and Mazda recommend that you ... more
Customer Mazda 323 (pre-1989) Reviews (3)
by - written on 18/05/04, updated on 18/05/04 (Useful, 1795 readings)
I bought my Mazda 323F 1.5GXi(1998 P reg) six months ago and can honestly say it is the best car I have had so far(it's my 5th). The reason for me initially choosing this make/model was partly due to word of mouth(my dad has bought mazda's for last 25 years and a friend at work has exact same model) and due to it having quite a sporty look about it. The additional features of this model are quite comprehensive: Driver/passenger airbags Power assisted steering Air conditioning Electric sunroof Immobilizer system Central locking Electric mirrors Electric windows Front fog lights Head light adjuster switch A few ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/08/01, updated on 08/12/04 (Very useful, 924 readings)
This is a car that scared the hell out of me a few times. Now I didn't own this devilish car. It was my dads. So every now and then (when am in luck) I would get the go-ahead to drive her. She was a G reg,16v,Turbo, injection, with 5 speed manual gear box, all black, base boost in the boot (boost was added by the previous owner), electric windows, electric sunroof , central heating, good sound system, velour trim, alloy wheels, ABS brakes,cruise control, power steering, Central locking, and a little place to put your tapes. All of this came at £2500. I am talking years ago as well. That a the buy of the year. The Drive Ahh am getting a buzz just ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/07/00, updated on 08/07/00 (Very useful, 288 readings)
Considering it's age, my Mazda 323 is extremely good considering that it's a D registration car. It's the luxury 1.6i model and it goes like the clappers when I push down hard on the accelerator. The brakes aren't great but I think that’s just age. It has no rust and starts first time. It still passes it's MOT with flying colours and looks quite rallyish to. I bought it from a relative at a reduced price, so I got it for a very good price, I might be able to sell it for a bit more if I wanted to, but I'm quite attached to it. The accelerator can be a bit temperamental, making the car a bit hasty at times, but ... Read the complete review
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