Car reviews - Mazda - 323 - Astina SP20 5-dr hatch
17 Jul 2001
HEADLAMP and wiper (no variable intermittent) controls remain on the steering column stalks and power mirror/window switchgear on the door trim. The front foglights are controlled from a switch on the right-hand side of the dash, alongside the instrument dimmer. Driver comfort is assisted somewhat by seat cushion adjustment and a steering wheel that adjusts for height. The hatch has its own doorhandle and the fuel flap is opened via a lever located in the driver's footwell. A driver's footrest is there, too, but there's no cruise control.
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