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Friday, March 31, 2006 

Mazda 323: More Than One Name

Author: Margaret Adams

From the Mazda Motor Corporation which is based and has its
headquarters in Japan is yet another vehicle that has made heads
turn at the sight of it and has made its passengers and its
driver wonder about the comfort and reliability that this
vehicle could offer. This is vehicle is the Mazda 323. It is a
subcompact car. It was produced starting from 1975 and the last
year that units of this vehicle were crafted was in 1984. When
the Mazda 323's lifeline was completed halted that in 1984,
Mazda was already cooking up another vehicle to replace and take
the spot in their vehicle line up which the Mazda 323 would be
leaving blank. The Mazda 323's replacement was the Mazda Mazda3.

The Mazda 323 has been made available in two body styles and
these are the sedan and the hatchback. Mazda has also made sure
that this vehicle would give interested parties the chance to
choose as per what kind of engine would suit their needs, and
preferences. The engine choices are the 1.4 liter UC engine, the
1.3 liter E3 engine, and the 1.5 liter E5 engine.

If you take the time to travel to Japan, you would notice that
the very same Mazda 323 vehicle is known as the Mazda Familia
there. In the United States, on the other hand, it has been
previously marketed by the company as the Mazda GLC. Later on,
it became the Mazda 323 and then in 1990, the name was changed
to become the Mazda Protégé. However, if you do travel to the
far reaches of South Africa, the people here would not introduce
the vehicle to you as the Mazda 323, Protégé, GLC, or Familia.
Here, this vehicle is known as the Mazda Etude. When the Mazda
323s were still in production, assembly of the vehicle was done
in various countries like Taiwan, Malaysia, South Africa,
Colombia, and New Zealand.

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About the author:
Margaret Adams is the present manager of the largest auto
manufacturing in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. This 35 year old
maiden is a certified car enthusiast.