Body Type:Pickup Truck
For Sale By:Private Seller
Number of Cylinders: 4
Model: B-Series Pickups
Trim: REGULAR 2 DOOR--LONG WHEEL BASE
Cab Type (For Trucks Only): Regular Cab
Warranty: Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty
Drive Type: 5 SPEED MANUAL TRANSMISSION
Power Options: Air Conditioning, POWER STEERING--POWER BRAKES
Sub Model: SE-5
Exterior Color: Gray
Interior Color: Brown
Disability Equipped: No
I BOUGHT VEHICLE FROM ORIGINAL OWNER ( NEW ) AND HAVE OWNED IT SINCE 1990. VERY GOOD CONDITION BECAUSE I AM MECHANIC AND HAVE KEPT IT UP AND SERVICED EVERY 3000 MILES. USES ABOUT TWO QUARTS OIL ON OIL CHANGE. NO RUST BECAUSE I LIVE IN MISSISSIPPI. FAIR TIRES .NO CRACKS IN ANY GLASS. HAS CLOTH SEATS AND SMALL WORE SPOT IN DRIVER SIDE. NO BODY DENTS. SLIDING GLASS REAR WINDOW. I BOUGHT TRUCK FROM ORIGINAL OWNER IN 1990.NO SHIPPING. CAN PAY THRU PAYPAL, MONEY ORDER, CASH
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We can't ever think of a time we've heard anyone accuse the current Mazda2 of being too edgy, which makes reports of a softer design for the next-gen model a little surprising. Autocar reports that when the new 2 debuts next fall, it will have a "softer, more feminine appeal" than the current design.
This description lends a little more credibility to the Japanese magazine image we saw of the car back in July. Aside from Mazda's Kodo-inspired signature face, that picture did reveal softer lines, especially along the side of the car. This softened styling is to appeal to the car's target market, which Mazda's European design chief is reported to have called a "predominantly feminine customer base." Last we heard, though, Mazda might keep the next 2 out of the US due to slow sales.
The 2015 Mazda2 will reportedly ride on a shortened version of the platform used for the CX-5, but Autocar mentions that its platform could also be the basis of a new subcompact crossover - possibly to go up against vehicles like the Buick Encore and the upcoming Honda Fit-based crossover called the Vezel.
The recently appointed CEO of Mazda is apparently quite the optimist, claiming that the Japanese brand, renowned for its Zoom-Zoom driving character (and more recently its sleek, refined designs and Skyactiv efficiency), is claiming the company will record its best-ever US sales within the next two years. According to a report from Automotive News, Masamichi Kogai expects Mazda to move 400,000 of its Kodo-styled vehicles in the increasingly competitive US market by March 2016, with the recently launched Mazda3 leading the charge. "It will impacted considerably by the trend of the U.S. industry. But... it's my hope we achieve the record by that time," Kogai tells AN.
The brand is currently targeting 300,000 units by the end of this fiscal year in March 2014. Given that production and sales of the Mazda3 (and consumer awareness of the 2014 Mazda6) is still picking up steam, it isn't a stretch to imagine Mazda, which sold 240,000 vehicles from January to October of 2013, hitting its target.
Along with the overall increase in sales numbers, Kogai is expecting the independent brand to take an even larger slice of the US sales pie, claiming 2.5 percent US market share, improving from its current 1.9-percent foothold so far in 2013. "I think the upper limit may be 2.5 percent for the time being," Kogai told AN, before pointing out, "We don't want to use a lot of incentives. That is not the sales approach we aspire toward."
For the first time ever, the Crown Range, New Zealand's highest paved road, was closed off for the drifting pleasure of one man. That man is Mad Mike Whiddett, and the machine he's piloting is a heavily modified Mazda RX-7 sponsored by the energy-rich crew from Red Bull and powered by a 750-horsepower quad-rotor engine. There will be smoke. Lots and lots of smoke.
Mad Mike hits speeds in excess of 140 miles per hour over the course of the road's six and a half miles, which boasts 47 individual corners at over 3,500 feet of elevation. Scroll down for all kinds of fire-belching, tire-squealing and smoke-inducing action. Or, as Mad Mike himself puts it, "A dream turned into reality."