Mazda 323/Familia/SP20/SP23/MX-6 2020 Market Review

By: Cliff Chambers

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Mazda 323/Familia/SP20/SP23/MX-6 market review from our 2020 Japanese Classic & Performance Car Guide

Lots of interesting and generally low-cost Mazdas in this grouping.

Most do merit preservation, beginning in the 1980s with decent examples of the Mazda 323 (an SS version is the one to have). A few 4WD Familia turbos have survived and their values remain reasonable too.

The late-1990s Astina V6 was fun when new but few remain and good cars are scarce. So too the MX6 with a turbo or V6 engine that rarely make more than $4500.

Moving into more recent territory we find sporty SP20 and SP23s perfect for daily transport and still in the $3500-5500 bracket.

Series 1 SP23s are getting scarce and at $8000-10,000 for an excellent car they can cost more than a Series 2.

323 (1981-85) $3435 [7] 

323 Astina V6 $2880 [7]

Familia 4WD 1986-93 $8025 [6] 

SP20 $3465 [14] 

SP23 $5670 [26]

MX-6 Turbo $2760 [5]

MX-6 V6 $3800 [4]

 

[*] = number of recorded sales

(Note: concours & special cars may demand more.)

Numbers from our 2019 European & British Value Guide.

See the 2019 Mazda 323/Familia/SP20/SP23/MX-6 market review here

 

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