A pickup is a light truck with an open-top cargo area with fairly short rigid sides and an opening rear gate. They are also known as utility vehicles, and they vary significantly. The rest of the world share the same compact-style pickups, but in North American they come full-size with big engines to match. Pickup cab styles are also produced with different configurations and body styles. The Mazda Pickup is known for its constancy and dependability. It has served many people and many purposes. Patrons can attest to the fact that Mazda Pickups are one-of-a-kind, because they prove useful to its owner by being durable and efficient. While Mazda's slogan goes "Zoom-zoom", so is its line of vehicles which reflect sporty designs and styling. The Mazda Pickup, in particular, attests to this, because it was developed as a vehicle meant to go miles on any road condition.
Durability and efficiency do not come easily to things which do not have the right parts to support it. For Mazda Pickups, a vast array of parts work together to make the vehicle the workhorse that it is.
The Mazda Porter, a small pickup truck produced by Mazda from 1968 to 1977, had 20 hp 358 cc engine and 199.5 wheelbase with leaf springs in the rear. The Rotary Pickup, sold by Mazda from 1974 to 1977, was the world's only rotary-engined pickup. It had a 4-port 13B 4-barrel carbureted engine, flared fenders and round tail lights. The B-Series compact pickup trucks introduced to the United States had 1.8L 59 hp water-cooled engine with wet sleeve cylinders.
Mazda Pickups employ parts like alternator, tail light, catalytic converter, clear headlight, corner light, front door and door glass for them to be able to function at their best. New for the Mazda B-2500, 3000 and 4000 are innovative signal mirrors which use high-intensity LED lamps to turn ordinary exterior rearview mirrors into safety features. They automatically adjust brighter during the day and dimmer during the night, helping protect the vehicle against accidents. Through this feature, passengers sort of insure themselves against anything unfortunate that might come their way.
So how does the Mazda Pickup go "zoom-zoom"? It is through the parts that make it run. The durability and efficiency loved and respected by Mazda Pickup patrons rely on the parts that converge together to perform the ultimate task of all - that of making the Mazda Pickup the most reliable vehicle in its class.