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Great car. I've been waanting a 'toy' truck for a long time, and I'm thrilled with this one. My brother calls it a 'thinking man's' truck because it is more economical and easier to get around than the bigger ones on the road. This truck rides comfortably but does not appear to get as good gas mileage as I'd hoped. Other than that, the ease of driving, parking and hauling is terrific.
This is a competent vehicle. Nothing fancy, just provides the basics and does it quite well. However, don't expect it to do more than it was designed to do. I owned one of these for a few years and got great service out of it. If I were in the market for this size vehicle, I'd buy it again.
I owned two Rangers before this 2002 Mazda Dual Sport model, and while they share many features, such as the dash and general body style, this Mazda is the best pick-up I've ever owned. I did come from owning a 112 HP 4 cylinder, manual shift, to the much more powerful V-6, also with the manual, and what a difference. Having the Dual Sport model also gives you the lift package, fender flares, and the wider tires. This truck also came with a solid , locking bed cover, and a bed extender. I added a K&N Performance Air Intake system, (about 90 minutes of easy work) and the sound that comes from under that hood is nothing short of Awesome! I really can't think of one thing I would like to change about how this truck looks or drives, I love it. In fact, this is the second time I've ever taken the time to review a vehicle, the first was for my 87 Mazda RX-7 Turbo and I've been driving since 1975. I guess it would be easy for me to say that Mazda makes great vehicles, at least in my experience.