The popular Mazda B-Series pick-up range has been realigned to offer a higher specification and even better value for money.
The new Mazda B-Series 4x4 Double Cab Barracuda, designed to meet the increasing demand for pick-up vehicles that are both practical and stylish, will be available from October 2004.
Priced at £16,000 (commercial vehicle on-the-road), the Mazda B-Series 4x4 Double Cab Barracuda replaces the RAP Cab 4-Action and the Double Cab 4-Action and 4-Style models. Barracuda models are given a sophisticated new exterior with tubular side steps, exterior chrome mirror covers and chrome rear bumper all added to the specification.
Barracuda vehicles will be available in a selection of three colours: Pacific Blue mica, Black mica or Titanium grey metallic, which makes its debut in the Mazda B-Series range. When combined with the attractive 15" alloy wheels, these features will ensure that the Mazda B-Series Barracuda will become a much sought after vehicle in the pick-up sector.
Already widely noted for its passenger car comfort, the cabin of the revitalised Mazda B-Series lifestyle range has also gained desirable new characteristics. Buyers are also given the option of an attractive leather interior, which will be available at just £1,000.
All Mazda B-Series Barracuda models will feature a CD-radio stereo system complete with MP3 compatibility, luxury floor mats and a clever new rear console that integrates a triple cup holder.Commercial Mazda B-Series Vehicles
There are three commercial vehicles in the Mazda B-Series line-up: the entry-level 4x2 Single Cab, the 4x4 Single Cab and the 4x4 Double Cab. These models have also undergone changes to improve practicality and durability. A darker grey cloth seat trim has been added to increase further the model’s reputation for interior luxury.
Other introductions include convenient seat-back pockets, a rear console as on the Mazda B-Series Barracuda and a striking new silver and white instrumentation panel.
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