Last year, the Mazda trucks underwent a major facelift
and an overhaul in the performance department that really
boosted its competitive edge on the market. This year, the
impressive package features a tough addition to the family
- an off-road model.
The Mazda Truck is available in three models
- the B2300 Truck, B3000 Truck, and the B4000 Truck. The
trim levels include the Base, Dual Sport, and 4WD versions,
and you may select even further from a Regular Cab, Two-door
Extended Cab Plus, and Four-door Cab Plus 4.
The new features for the B-Series Truck includes
a front seat fold-down armrest with a cupholder, and comforts
and conveniences such as air conditioning, 60/40 cloth split
bench and full carpeting on the B2300 base model.
The Off-Road B4000 sports bucket seats with full length
center console, AM/FM stereo with CD player, and an auto-dimming
rearview mirror with compass an outside temperature display.
The Mazda B-Series Dual Sport model features
monochromatic front and rear bumpers, fender flares, and
fifteen-inch alloy wheels, and higher ground clearance.
All 4WD models are equipped with sixteen-inch wheels. The
Off Road package highlights fifteen-inch teardrop alloy
wheels and has side steps and tie-down rails on the tops
of the bed sides. The front bumper caps and door handles
are color-keyed on monochromatic vehicles.
The Mazda Truck is built with an independent,
double-wishbone front suspension with stabilizer bar and
a live-axle rear suspension with leaf springs. The B2300
features a 2.3-litre, four-cylinder engine that produces
135 horsepower, while the B3000 cruises to the tune of a
3.0-litre, V6 engine with 147 horsepower and 179 lbs-ft
All 4WD models headline a user-friendly four-wheel drive
system for added power and control on challenging terrain.
Safety and Security
All Mazda B-Series trucks have standard safety
equipment that includes four-wheel ABS brakes, sliding rear
window, theft deterrent system, and spare tire lock. Passengers
are cushioned from the effects of an impact with a driver
depowered air bag, and passenger depowered air bag. The
passenger aid bag features a cut-off switch to enable children
to travel safely up front. As well, these trucks all come
with a three-year roadside assistance plan.
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