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ippy, January 19, 2013
Posted May 1, 2013
Model T? :d
Not sure...I think it was called 323 F.
With apologies to the thread starter......I am wondering, since Mazda 323 Fastback (1996-1998) is considered quite a reliable car with good driving experience, how would Ford owners compare that with Ford cars? which Ford cars (models before 2003) beat that?
The 323 had the same shell as the Escort, the 121 was made alongside the Fiesta on the same production lines (in some model years) the Engines were different though
Spot the difference -
96 Mazda 121 -
96 Ford Fiesta -
Front grilles and badges and that's about it.
One's in a field.
Spot the difference -96 Mazda 121 -96 Mazda 121 - same as Ford Fiesta.jpg96 Ford Fiesta -ford-fiesta-1996.jpg
96 Mazda 121 - same as Ford Fiesta.jpg
2002 Holden Barina:2002 Vauxhall/Opel Corsa:
Posted May 2, 2013
Holden have always had a mix of GM cars, I changed my Chevrolet Matiz to Holden spec, always got a few looks, despite being a Matiz :P
Opel, Chevrolet, Holden, Vauxhall, Pontiac - they're always interchanged.
I was actually talking about this car Mazda 323 F 1996-1998.
It is pretty good in terms of reliability, engine power, handling, etc, but the interior looks quite outdated. Looks like it is from the 1980's....lol
(sorry for the links, I couldn't upload any pictures)
It's known as a Mazda Lantis in Aus/NZ :P
Oh okay :). Here in Norway it is one of the cheapest second-hand car which is reliable, drives well, and is good looking! The similar (yet better) sporty versions from Honda, Mitsubishi, etc are way too expensive in comparison.
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