|Model||B-Series 2WD Truck|
|MPG||City 18 / Hwy 21|
|Engine||V6 Cylinder Engine|
|Drive Train||Rear wheel drive|
Mazda simplified the lineup of its compact pickups in 2002 and began referring to them simply as the ?Truck? rather than calling them B-Series, as the company had previously done. A 2.3-liter four-cylinder engine powers the B2300 series, while the B3000 and B4000 versions are equipped with 3.0-liter and 4.0-liter V-6 engines, respectively. All three Mazda models are closely related to equivalent Ford Rangers. For 2004, Mazda?s Cab Plus models get a monochromatic color scheme. Continue reading for information on the B2300. (Skip to details on the: B3000 | B4000) For the 2004 model year, Mazda?s B2300 pickups come in base trim with a regular cab and in an SE trim level with an extended Cab Plus configuration. Both have rear-wheel drive. A sliding rear window is standard on all models. An SE-5 Package that includes styled steel wheels, a CD player, air conditioning, cloth seats and carpeted floormats is available for the B2300. A bed extender is optional. All four-wheel-drive models feature front hubs that can be locked automatically. Ford, which holds a controlling interest in the Mazda company, builds the B2300, B3000 and B4000 compact pickups. For many years, the two companies have shared other products and components.
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