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2003 Mazda Truck Overview
For 2003, Mazda added a new lower-end extended cab pickup to its line of compact trucks and moved the four-wheel-drive option exclusively to models with the 207-horsepower, 4.0-liter V6 engine. So if you wanted a 4x4 for off-roading, you had to pony up the money for the high-end truck.
The lower-end extended cab truck was the new B2300 SE Extended Cab, which came with a 2.3-liter four-cylinder engine that generated 143 horsepower (a bump of 8 horsepower over the previous year's four-cylinder engine). It joined a lineup that offered trucks with either standard and extended cabs and a number of different trim packages, including the Dual Sport trim, which came with special bumpers, fenders, and wheels, and was raised a bit for off-roading.
In addition to the 2.3-liter four-cylinder and 4.0-liter V6 engines, a 3.0-liter V6 was available. It generated 154 horsepower, which was 7 hp more than the previous year's 3.0-liter engine.
Standard features for the Mazda Truck included power steering, power brakes, dual airbags, an anti-theft alarm system, intermittent windshield wipers, and anti-lock brakes. Higher-end models added such standard features as air conditioning and a CD player.
Drivers liked the Mazda Truck's value, economy, functionality, and durability, but felt that its power/performance and gas mileage could have been better. However, drivers generally tended to be very loyal to the truck, with many noting that they had bought two or three of the vehicles over the years.
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