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According to a report by one 'C.Potato*' in the excitable squirt of auto jizz that was 'Original Tin' even ADEQUATE would be pushing it as a description of the dynamic experience.

 

 

*clearly some kind of badger-felcher

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My old Mazda wagon seems to drive alright considering most of the exhaust is missing. That Bollox with his super-high fancy schmancy standards.

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Mrs P has a Mazda 6 which I think is the worst car I have been in for many a long year - uncomfortable, badly laid out controls and interior, numb as a deadleg, coarse engine, lacklustre brakes and pug ugly to boot. I thought the Mazda 3 was bad till I got into this ...

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It's a bit gutting to hear the old mazda's are dire to drive, and the new ones too! My MX6 and the 323F V6 before that have both been comfy, pleasant to drive reasonably swift mile munchers. I'd still love another 929 Koop however..(I'm looking at you! Mr_Bo11ox :lol: )

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Fiat was sold-but my Eyetalian has gone''quiet''-- after promising tocollect in '20 days'. Deposit mysteriously failedto arrive too.The ute? 'Er Indawes' wants a clearout - and i think I have found another....310 this time.3 months away too-so that gives me a 'breathing space'.

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Fiat was sold-but my Eyetalian has gone''quiet''-- after promising tocollect in '20 days'. Deposit mysteriously failedto arrive too.The ute? 'Er Indawes' wants a clearout - and i think I have found another....310 this time.3 months away too-so that gives me a 'breathing space'.

1) Bugger, and 2) 310? OH YES!!

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Actually back on the subject of old Mazdas, I know of a certain E-reg 626 2.0 GLX and that drives brilliantly, so "humbug" to you, Mr B.

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It's a bit gutting to hear the old mazda's are dire to drive, and the new ones too! My MX6 and the 323F V6 before that have both been comfy, pleasant to drive reasonably swift mile munchers. I'd still love another 929 Koop however..(I'm looking at you! Mr_Bo11ox :lol: )

323 GT (BD) is fab to drive. Handles very well. What are the cooking versions like?

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Soz all, my inappropriqte blanket dissing of old Mazdas is inaccurate and unnecessary and I will apologise forthwith. I made the comment based entirely on my 929 koop which is in good condition but is rubbish to drive.

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