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Price and specification changes to 626, 323

MAZDA has announced a host of price and specification changes to its 323 and 626 ranges, and is offering small business customers a £500 privilege purchase award on 626 models.

The on-the-road price of the 626 1.8 has risen by £20 to £14,020, covering the cost of a third rear head restraint and new 15in steel wheels in place of its 14in wheels, but its automatic air conditioning has been replaced by manual air conditioning.

The 626 2.0 LXi gains the same wheels and head restraint for an extra £150, taking its price to £14,800, while the price of the GXi four-door has risen by £370 to £16,020 to cover the cost of new Phantom alloy wheels.

The 626 2.0 GSi five-door gains a six-disc CD autochanger in place of its single CD system for an extra £70, taking its price to £17,020. And the top of the range 626 SE now has leather seats, Chronos alloy wheels and a six-disc CD autochanger for an additional £1,020, taking the price of the manual to £19,020.

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