Repeat Buyer For A Good Reason
By Turtlelady on
1992 Mazda 323 2dr Hatchback
My most recent Maz, the '92 323 wasn't anything fancy, but it was practical, economical, fun to drive, handled perfectly, and it ran and ran and ran until recently, after 9 years (I was the second owner), it finally quit with 242,500 miles on it...and 3 cylanders. Yes, it had every right in the world to die, but it was the most reliable car I've ever owned (next to the first Maz, the '80 GLC--older version of the 323). I couldn't recommend a better, more reliable car than a Maz.
The simplicity of it. No extra "bells & whistles" on it, just your basics of rear defroster, heater, tape player. Everything was within easy reach.
THAT CURSED AUTOMATIC SEATBELT!!! I ended up disconneting it and using the seatbelt manually after a while. It was annoying.