Apparently the Porsche 911 at first was going to be named the 901, but Peugeot already had dibs on that model number as a name. Considering how litigious we are as a society, we're wondering how it's possible that Mazda didn't sue when the BMW 323 was introduced back in 1990. Mazda, after all, had been using the designation since 1977. Maybe they filed it under "imitation is the sincerest form of flattery." Or—and more likely—Mazda lawyers were asleep at the wheel. In any case, this little car needs to be set up with one of the great Mazda 323 base rack systems available.
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With roof racks for your ride, there’s nothing you can’t bring along. Aftermarket, Yakima roof rack cross bars allow you to carry your bikes, kayaks, skis and more atop your roof – without impacting your trunk space. Made for cars without factory-installed roof rack systems, this car rack turns your bare roof into a cargo machine. Lifetime Warranty.
Without a 323 base rack system, your cargo capacity is severely limited. When you head out for a longer road trip, you have to leave stuff behind. With Mazda 323 base rack systems you can take everything you need plus the kitchen sink, although we sincerely recommend you leave the sink in your kitchen. Mazda 323 base rack systems are designed to work along with a great variety of accessories so you can tune yours up to carry all kinds of gear, either sporting equipment or extra luggage. And as always, with our low price guarantee, AutoAnything is the best place to get your Mazda 323 base rack system.