2005 Mazda B-Series Truck Overview

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2 Dr B2300 Standard Cab SB
Avg. Price: $8,042
2 Dr B3000 Dual Sport Standard Cab SB
1 national listing
Avg. Price: $8,907
4 Dr B3000 Dual Sport Extended Cab SB
4 Dr B3000 Extended Cab SB
Avg. Price: $8,720
4 Dr B4000 4WD Extended Cab SB
Avg. Price: $12,584
4 Dr B4000 SE 4WD Extended Cab SB
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4.85 stars

Based on 5 reviews

Great Reliable Rig That Is Perfect On Road Or Off Road. by Damien
 — An easy to repair and cost effective vehicle to own. 2.5 litre turbo diesel WL engine is a simple yet powerful general engine to service. Timing belt is very easy to install and fuel consumption is be... Read More
I Really Like How The Truck Handles. by dee1958
 — I like how the truck rides and the way it handles the road. Haven't found anything I don't like about it. I like the power it has for a truck , feels like you are riding in a car. Like the ease of get... Read More
I Really Like How The Truck Rides And Handles. by Deb1958
 — The acceleration on this truck is great and the handling and braking are also great. This truck would good to take on vacation, it has ample room and just an overall smooth ride. It is a fun truck to ... Read More

2005 Mazda B-Series Truck Overview

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2005 Mazda B-Series Truck

For 2005, Mazda upgraded its higher-end Dual Sport and SE B-Series trucks by adding such standard features as power windows, power door locks, power mirrors, cruise control, and a leather-wrapped steering wheel, all of which were once optional. Other than that, Mazda made no major changes to its line of popular compact trucks, except for the addition of a few new colors.

The B-Series trucks were available in both two-wheel-drive and four-wheel-drive versions. The two-wheel-drive trucks came with two engine options -- a 143-horsepower 2.3-liter four-cylinder or a 154-horsepower 3.0-liter V6, with either a standard or an extended cab. The four-wheel-drive models were equipped with a 207-horsepower 4.0-liter V6, and came with either a standard or extended cab. All extended (or Cab Plus) models came with four doors.

The base B-Series trucks with the 2.3-liter engine came with such features as four-wheel anti-lock brakes, power steering, dual airbags, and intermittent windshield wipers. Models with the 3.0-liter engine added air conditioning and a CD player, among other features.

Generally, drivers agreed that for a light truck, the B-Series was reliable, economical, and fun to drive. Most noted that it couldn't compete with more heavyweight trucks, but the B-Series was considered a good value that stood up well to the rigors of daily life.

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