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Mazda 323 & Protege 1990 - 2000 Haynes Owners Service & Repair Manual
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Mazda 323 & Protege 1990 - 2000 Haynes Owners Service & Repair Manual Covers Mazda 323 & Protege. (This generation 323 was known in Australia as the BG-series)
The Mazda 323, also marketed with regards to Mazda Familia and the Mazda Protegé, is known as the small family car that was manufactured by Mazda between 1964 and two thousand and three. The Familia line was replaced by the Mazda3/Axela for two thousand and four. This had been marketed due to the fact Familia in Japan. Involved in the export, earlier models were sold with nameplates including: 800, 1000, 1200, and 1300. In The United States, the 1200 was replaced by way of the GLC, with newer models becoming 323 and Protegé. In Europe, all models after 1977 were called 323. In Republic Of South Africa, finally it was marketed mainly because the Étude, as well as in Colombia the 8th generation was called Allegro. The Familia has also been rebranded due to the fact Ford Laser and Ford Meteor in Asia, Oceania, some Latin American countries and, from 1991, with regards to Ford Escort and Mercury Tracer in Canada And America. Familias were manufactured in Hiroshima, Japan including Taiwan, Malaysia, Republic Of South Africa, Colombia, and New Zealand.
The sixth generation of Familia included a 3-door hatchback, 5-door fastback, and 4-door sedan variants, none of which shared any body panels. As an alternative to 5-door fastback version was referred to as the Familia Astina in Japan and was sold just as the 323F or 323 Astina elsewhere. The BF wagon (originally introduced in 1985) was carried over in facelifted form, although Ford marketed a wagon on top of the new platform within the North American Escort line. The 1989/1990 BG Familia was that make up hatchback or sedan formats, with front- or All-wheel drive and a 1.3 L, 1.5 L, 1.6 L, or 1.8 L gas or 1.7 L diesel engine. In North America, the 323 sedan became the Protegé, while the 323 hatchback kept its name. The GT model, only sold in Canada in 1990, 1991, and 1993, came with the 1.8 BP engine also on the 1991-94 Ford Escort GT. It borrowed the interior from the GTX model, and had all factory options including a rear trunk spoiler that out of stock active in the U.S. Ford also had a twin referred to as the Laser involved in the Asian Pacific due to the fact generation, but sold it inside as being the Escort. It you can forget resembled the Mazda versions externally. The Kia Sephia also used the hardware of this generation Familia.
In Japan, the 5-door hatchback, featuring a distinct front end with pop-up headlights, was sold for the reason that Mazda Familia Astina and (Japanese: Eunos 100). Trim lines in Japan included Clair, Interplay, Supreme, "Pepper", and GT-X. In Europe, this model variant was badged as Mazda 323F. It had become available together with the 1.6 or even the 16-valve 1.8-litre engines. In America Alone, the LX version associated with the Protegé included a 125 horsepower (93 kW) engine. LX models also had 14-inch (360 mm) wheels, front and rear disc brakes, and dual stabilizer bars. In New Zealand, all BG models that had been manufactured in New Zealand were included with glass headlights as opposed to plastic, as well as a 240 km/h speedometer.