Today’s Rare Ride is an Eighties hot hatch from the good people at Mazda. Offered for a short time, 1988 Mazda 323 sold in very limited numbers. Today it’s difficult to find one for sale, but there happens to be one in the rustproof state of Washington. The fifth generation of Mazda’s Familia compact car.
Those who drive this car have a good time. While it may not be the fastest car out there, it is one of the most fun! Some people think that it’s just an old, outdated hatchback that doesn’t work well anymore. But in reality, the 323 can still keep up with cars today. The only issue is that newer cars are too expensive for some people to afford.
This car was built as a competitor to the Honda Civic and Toyota Corolla. It came out in 1988 and ran until 1997 when it was replaced by the Mazda 626. The 323 had an inline-4 engine with a 1.3-litre displacement and 4 cylinders.
I was always interested in cars and I was always drawn to the small side of the road cars with a lot of horsepowers.
The Mazda 323 is a fun and exciting car. It’s still the hot hatch to have in its class, even though it was released in 1988. It has a lot of great features that make it an attractive car for anyone looking for something cool to drive.
The Mazda 323 was released in 1988 and although it was discontinued in 2004, the models are still being made today. The car is powered by a 3.0L 24-valve SOHC inline-6 engine and has a top speed of 120 miles per hour.
The Mazda 323 was one of the most desired cars in the world in 1988. Three-door hatchback with a 2 ltr inline-four engine, it had great performance and fuel efficiency. It won awards for its design as well as being listed on Car and Driver’s Ten Best lists for years.