1992 Mazda B-Series Pickup Consumer Review: A true 10, last of the "true M

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A true 10, last of the "true Mazda"
By Bobmazda on


1992 Mazda B-Series Pickup B2600i 2dr Extended Cab 4WD SB


Simply the last generation of Japanese born trucks. Heavy duty from the skid plates to the drive shaft. Uncommon in new vehicle quality seems to be toughness which the B Series always has had its nitche. I owned a Mazda Tribute, expecting better than average reliability and ended up with nothing more than a Ford branded Mazda which Mazda claimed was its design....if so I'll probably stay with this B2600i forever. By the way, traded the Tribute in on a new Xterra SE which ride and toughness seem close cousins. Not the pickup Nissan puts out, it seemed light but the Xterra with added weight and 4wd seems a close second. More availability of aftermarket items such as brush guards, etc.

Best Features

Reliability, utility, resistance to scratches, dents...REAL metal....steel, unique.

Worst Features

Don't fool people Mazda with the Mazda brand image of the B Series, the FORD you now sell isn't the vehicle the Bravo series was. The Ford series include B2300, B2500, B3000, B4000, otherwise you've got a Mazda.
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