by UCLAis1 on Aug 1, 2003 Vehicle: 1993 Mazda 323 2dr Hatchback
I can't believe they don't still make
this machine. My brother turned me on
to Mazda with his GLC, and I got a 323
Sedan in 1986. This is my second car
over 17 years. Mazdas are reliable.
There is cavernous room, super punch,
great handling, and it always starts in
the morning. I take my car offroading!
by Crazy_J on Jan 17, 2003 Vehicle: 1993 Mazda 323 2dr Hatchback
My reliable 4dr 1980 Buick engine
flooded with oil after it was hit
underneath by the street as I came off
the lot, my dad rewarded me with a
beautful apple candy red skylark. Then
this skylark starting having
transmission slipping problems, with
every transmission put in it so far!
But my sister was kind of enough to let
me drive her Mazda 323 until my skylark
is fixed and ever since then driving
has been fun. It's very peppy for a
82hp car with only 92 pounds of torque.
So far it has had no mager problems,
it's just a nice simple "I'll get you
there and go back with pep in your step
money in your pocket car".
by bbdoggies on Dec 4, 2002 Vehicle: 1993 Mazda 323 2dr Hatchback
I have just loved driving it!
It is zippy, economical(gas mileage)
and I can really buzz around town in
it! It is easy to drive and back up. It
has been reasonably reliable. It is now
nine years old and I have had some
repairs on the alternator. I had
problems with key locks in the hatch
and doors. It performs well on the
highway. There is lots of visibility
with the window design.
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