Mazda B4000 Se 4x4 Extended Cab 4.0l V-6 Pickup Truck +rhino-liner +camper Shell on 2040-cars
Salem, West Virginia, United States
1997 TRUCK WITH ONLY 119K MILES!
LESS THAN 6600 MILES PER YEAR AVERAGE!
4X4 + AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION!
4 NEW TIRES! (2014)
Engine = Works Perfect, Transmission = Works Perfect, 4X4 High = Works Perfect, 4X4 Low = Works Perfect!
Interior = No Tears / Major Stains
Paint = few minor chips and the center of the hood as in photo.
Wheels = NOT HUB CAPS, ACTUAL WHEELS!
1. AC Compressor is out.
2. Cab inside light stays on occasionally.
3. Some Bumper Rust front and back
If you know anything about old Mazda Trucks, you know that this model, 1997, Mazda simply purchased FORD Rangers and Labeled them Mazda. It is a FORD Engine, a FORD frame, a FORD Body, and a FORD Drive Train. It is a FORD Ranger XLT Extended cab 4X4, sold under the Mazda name brand.
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Wed, 30 Oct 2013 20:01:00 EST
Can rolling your car get any worse? The correct answer is yes, as this poor soul found out when he rolled his Mazda3 onto its side. Calling a tow truck might be a logical, post-rollover move, but in this case, it kind of made the situation worse.
Fri, 18 Oct 2013 18:44:00 EST
We don't want to give away just what happened, so you'll need to scroll down and watch the video. A fair warning, though, it does contain a moment of colorful language towards the end, so watching it at work, with the volume up, might not be wise. Have a look below for the full video.
The Mazda MX-5 Miata is as popular around the Autoblog offices as Kate Upton posters are around fraternity houses. Few staffers have much criticism for Mazda's ubiquitous roadster, and fewer still aren't overjoyed when one arrives in their driveway. So you can imagine how a report from Auto Express about a more potent MX-5 model is going over in our offices today.
Sat, 20 Jul 2013 17:10:00 EST
The new model, which was shown in concept form as the Mazda MX-5 GT at the Goodwood Festival of Speed, has a slight catch, though. First, we have absolutely no idea if Mazda will bring the MX-5 GT to the US. Secondly, and perhaps more problematically, this isn't a production car - it's a kit from the team at Jota Sport.
Now, to be fair, the kit doesn't sound like a bad thing. It bumps the UK-spec 2.0-liter, 157-horsepower engine up to 203 hp thanks to a sports exhaust and a revamped ECU (46 horsepower from an ECU and exhaust in a naturally aspirated car?). To make the little Miata even more agile, Jota has also fiddled with the suspension. AE doesn't mention things like the grippy tires or Recaro seats that were found on the concept, though.
Auto sales in Europe have been a tricky proposition for some years, but Mazda has seen some success on the backs of the CX-5 and new Mazda6. According to a report form Automotive News Europe, though, that doesn't mean we should be looking for the Japanese manufacturer to set up production operations there.
Mazda's European CEO, Jeff Guyton, explained to AN that "Our intention is to have manufacturing scale. That gives you scale economy and quality through repeatability." In other words, a big honking plant in one part of the world is preferable to a half dozen small factories building the same vehicles.
European sales for Mazda are up 5.4 percent in the first half of 2013, with 74,000 units sold. That kicked the Zoom-Zoom brand's market share up from one to 1.2 percent. Small gains, but gains nonetheless. According to Guyton, Mazda would need to sell 200,000 units of just one model in Europe for local production to make sense. Mazda's best European year saw 320,000 units sold across the entire range.