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1992 Mazda B-Series B2200 Extended Cab RWDReview
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Its A Great Little Truck. It Could Just Use A Little More — performance: needs more power, braking is good, handles real well build: in great shape appearance: not bad for a 1992, minor dings that need worked out cost: still working out the toatal cost fun factor: it could be a little better

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: its mine`

Cons: not enough power

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1992 Mazda B-Series B2600i Extended Cab RWDReview
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1992 B2600i Left With A Tear. This Was My Favorite Vehicle. — This truck takes a licking and keeps on ticking. I loved to durability and reliability. The cost of ownership was relatively small, pretty decent gas milage, and limited repairs. I had a blast driving this truck. Mine was the 2.6, all white, including white rims and a white cap.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: It's multipurpose.

Cons: It's not a 4-door

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1992 Mazda B-Series B2200 Extended Cab RWDReview
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Mazda B2200 Ext Cab — hehehehe the most useful vehicle i have had to date, and it can handle daily beatings and be dressed up a bit. oh i should mention easy to mod and easy to repair! keeping it forever. gonna make a matching trailer!

Pros: all around goodness

Cons: could use some more bawls

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1992 Mazda B-Series B2200 RWDReview
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B2200 Mazda's Biggest Lemon — I had a great experience with my 88 b-2600 4wd, it went well over 300,000 miles before any engine failure, but this 92 B2200 was as lame as a truck could run. It needed a total rebuild at just 120,000 mile. The cam was wiped and the rings were shot, just at the point the truck should have been just breaking in. I would shy away from the 2200 and strongly advise the 2600. In fact if I could have wrote a review on the 88 B2600 it would rank it as high as a toyota or any other truck, but now there is no more B2200 Japan motors, just B2300 and they seem to work great where it is warm and have cam issues due to cold starts in the northern states.

Pros: the design was fine, looks and ride was good

Cons: adding so much oil to a truck with just 120k

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1992 Mazda B-Series B2200 RWDReview
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B2200 — this is my long term project, since the engine is pooched i got it for $300 with 2 sets of rims and tires and a cap on it i already have a b2200 but the body is rusty and the tailgate is useless however it runs like new so im doing an engine and tranny swap as well as changing the wiring harness and rear end

Pros: good body

Cons: bad engine and automatic transmission

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1992 Mazda B-Series B2600i Extended Cab RWDReview
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Got The Job Done — It was a small pick-up. Not bad for the time that I owned her. I put a red dome light in it... that was cool.

Pros: Luggage room, manual transmission

Cons: Styling, performance

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1992 Mazda B-Series B2200 Extended Cab RWDReview
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Super Truck — when she didn't work she was easy to fix... had all kinds of things go wrong, steering, fuel pump, battery and lots more... nothing though a few hours and a little TLC couldn't change. would'nt have gotten rid of her but i wanted A/C...

Pros: invincable, gone over so many curbes and other objects with her

Cons: they seem to rust pretty fast

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Reviews From Other Years

2009 Mazda B-Series Reviews

Tight By Koda

runs great but i would like to do some work to it but it doesnt need work i just want some after market parts into it.. maybe a lift kit too... looks great.... the gas mileage is about as good as i wo... Read More

2008 Mazda B-Series Reviews

Very Good Car By Paulo

Very good performance, very economic as it consumes diesel, a good design, good value for money. Good leather sits and has a nice drift. Very confortable, the finishes of the car are good and a good b... Read More

Good Trucks. By mazda84

Drives nice and can go through just about anything. Handles well for a truck. Read More

2007 Mazda B-Series Reviews

Review By Ruth

Very comfortable seating and excellent handling. Felt the vehicle was overpriced but Ive noticed the smaller trucks (Mazda B series, Ford Rangers, Chevrolet S10s) sell fast. Read More

2005 Mazda B-Series Reviews

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

I Really Like This Truck Overall. By Deb1958

This truck has great power and a smooth ride. The acceleration ,braking and handling is very good. I feel like this is a safe truck to drive. I would not be afraid to take this truck on a long road tr... Read More

2004 Mazda B-Series Reviews

Review By Tim

Nice truck. Unfortunately, I forgot how small they are. Read More

Ok Vehicle By Chance

a great small town truck or for begining drivers. great on gas for being a truck. averaged 24 mpg. good enough for any small moving. enough power for the truck. would be nicer to have a little more. i... Read More

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