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1995 Mazda B-4000

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1995 Mazda B-4000 Review

A sporty little truck for both work and leisure.

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As an economical choice in a midsize pickup, the 1995 Mazda B-4000 comes equipped with a host of great standard features. Offering regular or extended cabs, it features a two-wheel drive and four-wheel drive version, as well as short-bed and long-bed choices for the regular cab length. As a reliable little pickup truck, it serves as an excellent work vehicle, though it is also fuel efficient enough for everyday use. Its sporty design, responsive handling, and 4.0-liter V-6 pack enough power to make it fun to drive. Offering the reliability with outstanding performance and handling, it combines the sturdiness of a work truck with the great features of a leisure vehicle. Aftermarket parts are affordable and easy to find. The standard engine is also known to hold up well over time.

The Range

Body Styles: truck
Engines: 4.0-liter six-cylinder
Transmissions: five-speed manual
Models: Mazda B-4000 SE, Mazda B-4000 LE

What's New

The 1995 Mazda B-4000’s dashboard has been redesigned, which includes the addition of a standard driver front airbag. A four-wheel anti-lock brake system (ABS) is now included as a standard feature on both models.


Available in regular or extended cab lengths, the 1995 Mazda B-4000 are mid-size pickup trucks. The regular cab comes in a short-bed or long-bed version depending on the amount of cargo space desired. Standard exterior features include styled steel wheels. The SE is equipped with 15-inch alloy wheels and rear step bumper standard, and the LE model comes with 14-inch wheels and chrome bumpers. Highlights of available options include limited slip differential, keyless entry system, anti-theft alarm system, and bed liner.


Interior features which come standard on the 1995 Mazda B-4000 SE include cloth seating, front split bench seat, rear jump seats, AM/FM/cassette audio system, power steering, intermittent windshield wipers, tachometer, power windows, power door locks, and lighted entry system. Designed to provide a bit more luxury, the LE includes all of these features with the addition of sport seats, air-conditioning, chrome bumpers, power mirrors, manual horizontal sliding rear window, and chrome bumpers.

Performance & Handling

Equipped with a standard 4.0-liter V-6, the Mazda B-4000 produces 160 horsepower and 220 lb-ft of torque. Sporty with responsive handling, it is fun to drive in addition to its use in hauling cargo. Performance is smooth and quiet at lower speeds, but can get noisy at higher speeds. It is available in two-wheel and four-wheel drive depending on the needs of the consumer.


Safety features included standard on the Mazda B-4000 include four-wheel anti-lock braking system and driver front airbag.

EPA Fuel Economy

Mazda B-4000: 20/26 mpg city/highway

You'll Like

  • Good fuel economy for a pickup truck
  • Fun and sporty vehicle

You Won't Like

  • Rear jump seats not comfortable

Sum Up

A sporty little truck for both work and leisure.

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