by svenb7 on Jan 25, 2003 Vehicle: 1991 Mazda B-Series Pickup B2600i 2dr Regular Cab 4WD SB
I've owned my Mazda for a year and a
half now and have had absolutely no
problems with it. At 115,000 I'm still
using the original clutch. I'm
currently replacing the front-end
suspension and steering wear components
(for the first time)...parts are a
little hard to find, but no more than
any other foreign vehicle.
Gas mileage is pretty poor for a 4
banger: 18 city, 21 highway...but the
engine has good power for the vehicle
(esp. having 115,000) and has given me
no troubles...always starts without
complaints even in cold weather (I live
by on May 15, 2002 Vehicle: 1991 Mazda B-Series Pickup B2600i 2dr Regular Cab 4WD SB
138000 and counting... rock solid, no
rattles, no rust, original paint still
looks excellent, original clutch,
people think it's a new truck...
Only regret is that I can't find
another one for my son who now drives
as they are so rare.
I'm not sure when is the last time you bought a car but a key chip, as part of the immobilizing system, is a common thing in many cars nowadays. The Mazda5 may not be on the top of the car theft list?...
I've owned Mazdas since before Ford got their hands into Mazda -- nonstop since 1991. Let me tell you from personal experience -- Ford's money may have helped, but Ford's mechanical influence has real...