Mazda B2200 Specsby Amanda Rumble
The Mazda B2200 is a two-door pickup truck. It was released with an MSRP between $8,775 and $10,585. It ran from 1982 to 1991 with 12 different trim options, before being replaced with the B3000 and B4000 series. The truck seats two to four individuals and gets between 18 and 20 miles per gallon on the highway and 21 and 25 mpg on the highway.
Engine and Transmission
The engines available are the 2.2 L, 85 horsepower I4 with 118 ft-lb of torque and 2.6 L, 121 hp I4 with 149 ft-lb of torque. It also includes a four-speed automatic overdrive transmission on some models and five-speed manual overdrive transmission on others.
The brakes on the front are discs while the rear has drum brakes. The front tires measure P205/75PRI4.0. It includes a front anti-roll bar.
The front seat is a bench model and has two-way driver and passenger seat directional controls. The seat trims can be either vinyl or cloth. The carpet is color-keyed to the interior and exterior of the vehicle. Both the front and rear are carpeted.
The B2200 has a passenger vanity mirror. It also includes an AM/FM stereo with cassette player and manual front air conditioning. The instrument display is digital. The sliding rear window opens and the windows are lightly tinted.
The B2200 has an exterior length of either 177.6 or 193.7 inches, depending on the cab options. It is 65.7 inches wide and 61.8 inches high. The wheelbase varies from 109 to 118 inches.
Amanda Rumble has been writing for online publications since 2000, primarily in the fields of computing and technology. She holds a bachelor's degree from the University of Buffalo in information technology. Rumble also focuses on writing articles involving popular video games and Internet culture.