Mazda T3500 Specsby John LondonUpdated September 26, 2017
The Mazda T3500 is a minibus produced in the late 1980s and early 1990s. The vehicle was particularly popular in India and Africa, where it was manufactured and sold in partnership with the Punjab Tractors of India and was rebranded as the Swaraj Mazda T3500. The Swaraj Mazda T3500 was a special-purpose vehicle, primarily serving as an ambulance.
Dimensions and Capacities
The Mazda T3500 can provide seats for up to 19 people. The minibus is 6,180 millimeters long, 1,995 millimeters wide and 2,595 millimeters high. The front track measures 1,640 millimeters, while the rear track is narrower, measuring just 1,470 millimeters. The vehicle weighs 1,960 kilograms. The Mazda T3500 can take up to 1,840 kilograms of load.
The Mazda T3500 is powered by a four-cylinder, overhead-valve engine. A 100-by-110-mm bore and stroke results in 3,455 cubic centimeters of engine displacement. The compression ratio is 18.0 to 1. At 3,000 revolutions per minute, the engine delivers 66.2 kilowatts. The maximum torque of 227.0 newton meters is produced at 2,000 rpm. The engine runs on diesel.
The Mazda T3500 comes with a 90-liter fuel tank. The minibus has a five-speed transmission. It also features drum front and rear brakes. The wheels are 4.5 inches wide and measure 16 inches in diameter. The minibus turns at a circle of 14.2 meters. The Mazda T3500 comes with tinted side windows, two rear heaters, an AM/FM radio, a quartz digital clock, a driver's left-foot rest and a microphone with an amplifier.