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'''Mazda Familia/Mazda Isamu Genki (BJ). 1998–2009 (prod. n/a). 4- and 5-door sedan. F/F, F/A, 1498 cm³ petrol, 1998 cm³ diesel (I4 OHC), 1323, 1498, 1598, 1839, 1991 cm³ (I4 DOHC).''' Last Mazda-developed Familia range, and last to be exported as 323. Same platform as [[Mazda Capella (GF)]], to save costs. Known in Taiwan as Isamu Genki. Hatchback called S-Wagon in Japan; in some countries it had 323 Astina badges. Sedan dubbed Protegé in some markets. Very dull styling, especially compared to predecessor. Reliable and well built, with good ride and fuel economy. Twinned one last time with [[Ford Laser (1998–2003)]] and later [[Ford Tierra]] in Taiwan; had an extra life in China initially as a facsimile of the original from 2002, later facelifted (''q.v.'' [[Haima Happin]] and [[Haima Family (2003–11)]]). Mid-term facelift 2000. Limited-edition Mazdaspeed model in 2001. Japanese production to April 2004.
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'''Mazda Familia/Mazda Isamu Genki/Hainan-Mazda 323/Mazda 323/Mazda Étude/Mazda Allegro (BJ). 1998–2009 (prod. n/a). 4- and 5-door sedan. F/F, F/A, 1498 cm³ petrol, 1998 cm³ diesel (I4 OHC), 1323, 1498, 1598, 1839, 1991 cm³ (I4 DOHC).''' Last Mazda-developed Familia range, and last to be exported as 323; this was also its Thai name, while South Africa called it Étude, and Colombia called it Allegro. Same platform as [[Mazda Capella (GF)]], to save costs. Known in Taiwan as Isamu Genki. Hatchback called S-Wagon in Japan; in some countries it had 323 Astina badges. Sedan dubbed Protegé in some markets. Very dull styling, especially compared to predecessor. Reliable and well built, with good ride and fuel economy. Twinned one last time with [[Ford Laser (1998–2003)]] and later [[Ford Tierra]] in Taiwan; had an extra life in China initially as a facsimile of the original from 2002, later facelifted (''q.v.'' [[Haima Happin]] and [[Haima Family (2003–11)]]). Mid-term facelift 2000. Limited-edition Mazdaspeed model in 2001. Japanese production to April 2004; Taiwanese production to 2009.
  
  
''Manufacturing locations:'' Hiroshima, Japan; Hofu, Japan; Taoyuan, Taiwan, Rep. of China; Rayong, Thailand; Pretoria, South Africa
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''Manufacturing locations:'' Hiroshima, Japan; Hofu, Japan; Taoyuan, Taiwan, Rep. of China; Rayong, Thailand; Pretoria, South Africa; Hainan, China; Bogotá, Colombia
  
''Marque:'' [[Mazda]] | ''Model:'' [[Mazda Familia]] | ''Predecessor:'' [[Mazda Familia (BH)]] | ''Successors:'' [[Mazda Axela (BK)]], [[Mazda Demio (DE)]]
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''Marque:'' [[Mazda]] | ''Model:'' [[Mazda Familia]] | ''Predecessors:'' [[Mazda Familia (BH)]], [[Mazda Familia (BG)]], [[Mazda Lantis]] | ''Successors:'' [[Mazda Axela (BK)]], [[Mazda Demio (DE)]], [[Haima Happin]], [[Haima Family (2003–11)]]

Latest revision as of 11:24, 3 June 2018

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Mazda Familia/Mazda Isamu Genki/Hainan-Mazda 323/Mazda 323/Mazda Étude/Mazda Allegro (BJ). 1998–2009 (prod. n/a). 4- and 5-door sedan. F/F, F/A, 1498 cm³ petrol, 1998 cm³ diesel (I4 OHC), 1323, 1498, 1598, 1839, 1991 cm³ (I4 DOHC). Last Mazda-developed Familia range, and last to be exported as 323; this was also its Thai name, while South Africa called it Étude, and Colombia called it Allegro. Same platform as Mazda Capella (GF), to save costs. Known in Taiwan as Isamu Genki. Hatchback called S-Wagon in Japan; in some countries it had 323 Astina badges. Sedan dubbed Protegé in some markets. Very dull styling, especially compared to predecessor. Reliable and well built, with good ride and fuel economy. Twinned one last time with Ford Laser (1998–2003) and later Ford Tierra in Taiwan; had an extra life in China initially as a facsimile of the original from 2002, later facelifted (q.v. Haima Happin and Haima Family (2003–11)). Mid-term facelift 2000. Limited-edition Mazdaspeed model in 2001. Japanese production to April 2004; Taiwanese production to 2009.


Manufacturing locations: Hiroshima, Japan; Hofu, Japan; Taoyuan, Taiwan, Rep. of China; Rayong, Thailand; Pretoria, South Africa; Hainan, China; Bogotá, Colombia

Marque: Mazda | Model: Mazda Familia | Predecessors: Mazda Familia (BH), Mazda Familia (BG), Mazda Lantis | Successors: Mazda Axela (BK), Mazda Demio (DE), Haima Happin, Haima Family (2003–11)







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