B-series: now there's a line that's rarely mentioned in the company of names like C-class or 3-series, but maybe it should— it's a pickup, and an extremely popular one at that. In fact, Mazda has already sold over 3,000,000 B-series worldwide, and the model is still gaining steam. The 2004 B2500 is designed for the active person, who needs to haul stuff like jet skis, scuba gear and mountain bikes. There are four different cabin configurations, various spacious cargo holds, and 2WD and 4WD transmissions. And true to Mazda's passenger car roots, the interior is fairly elegant and the ride is relatively refined.
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