2007 Mazda B-Series 2WD Truck Values

Select a 2007 Mazda B-Series 2WD Truck trim level

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Mazda Achieves Peak Fuel Efficiency among U.S. Automakers

2007 model year changes

Mazda's compact B-Series pickup is almost identical to the Ford Ranger but has a streamlined model lineup. For 2007, there are few significant changes, but two new colors, Pueblo Gold and Vista Blue, join the lineup, replacing Sandstorm and Lapis Blue.

Competitive comparison

Fuel efficiency (B2300); low price; simplicity and reliability.

Special features for 2007

The 2007 Mazda B-Series stands as one of the most affordable and economical pickup trucks, with the same proven, reliable running gear as the Ford Ranger. The four-cylinder B2300 also has the highest fuel economy rating of any pickup. And with three possible engines, the B-Series can be equipped for a wide range of duty, ranging from occasional light hauling to more serious towing.

B2300 Pickup-4 Cyl.-5 Spd.

Base 2WD
SE-5 2WD
The 2007 Mazda B-Series has remained virtually unchanged for over ten years now, while its competitors have undergone numerous renovations. But if it’s an affordable work truck you’re looking for, and you could care less about bells-and-whistles frills, this is the truck for you. The Mazda B-Series is available in Regular and four door Extended Cab body styles with either a 4-cylinder or a V6 depending on the model (with automatic or manual transmission). Engines include a 2.3-liter 143 horsepower 4-cylinder or a 3.0-liter 148 horsepower V6.