MAZDA 1000 £1,599
Powered by a neat little five-bearing engine with aluminium head and overhead camshaft, the smallest Mazda can be had with two or four doors. It is a well equipped small saloon of conventional layout with disc brakes, split brake circuits, two-speed wipers, laminated screen, hazard flashers and lockable fuel filler. Front seats have built-in head restraints. Lighter, toolkit, touch-up paint are provided.
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MAZDA 818 £1,949
With a keen eye for what the family buyer wants, Mazda offer a full specification on this 1300 model, including reclining seats, tinted glass, laminated screen, heated rear window, three-speed heater fan, reversing lamps and lockable fuel filler. Its overhead camshaft engine with aluminium head runs on 82 octane fuel. There are also a five-door station wagon and a sporty coupe with clock and tachometer.
MAZDA 616 £2,249
An overhead camshaft engine, smooth four-speed gearbox, coil spring struts for front suspension and rear axle located on four links and a Panhard rod are the salient points on this sound conventional design. It has a vandal-proof radio aerial built into the tinted, laminated windscreen, hazard flashers, reversing lights and lockable glove box. Upholstery is in a combination of cloth and vinyl and front backrests recline.
MAZDA 929 £2,549
A practical trio in the 1.8-litre class; saloon, coupe and station wagon with overhead camshaft engines running on the cheapest fuel. The radio aerial is built into the laminated windscreen. Wipers have two speeds and intermittent action, the heater has a three-speed blower and the glove box is lockable. Horn pushes are enclosed within the wheel spokes, front backrests recline. All models have four headlamps and reversing lamps.