For 45 years, Mazda sold a compact pickup truck called the B-Series. Designed and engineered in Japan, the B-Series truck was, until 1993, a Mazda creation occasionally marketed as the Ford Courier. Starting in 1993, however, the B-Series was a restyled version of the Ford Ranger. Variously available in regular and extended cab body styles, the B-Series typically had a 4-cylinder gasoline engine. A V-6 engine was available during the re-badged Ranger years, and prior to that Mazda offered relatively rare diesel and rotary engine models. Demand for compact trucks evaporated in the mid-2000s, and Mazda never made a sixth-generation version of the B-Series.
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