1969 Mazda Carol

The Mazda Carol is a subcompact car that was first introduced by Mazda in 1962. The 1969 Mazda Carol was the third generation of the car, also known as the Mazda P360.

It was a four-seater car and was available in two body styles – a 2-door coupe and a 4-door sedan. The car had a small 360 cc inline two-cylinder engine that generated 25 horsepower. The transmission options were a 4-speed manual or a 2-speed automatic.

The 1969 Mazda Carol had features such as an independent front suspension, rack-and-pinion steering, and a lightweight body. It was praised for its fuel efficiency and reliability, which made it popular in Japan.

Overall, the Mazda Carol played an important role in the development of Mazda as a car manufacturer and contributed to the popularity of small cars in Japan during the 1960s.

By John Scott

I was born at a very young age.

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