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Mazda Bongo Brawnie is a truck belonging to the class of light-duty and medium-duty vans.
These trucks have the status of both family carriers and cars for small cargo transportation.
Often you can see them in the delivery services of online stores, catering companies, vans for transporting animals.
Now these cars are often used as vehicles for service delivery and fixed-route taxis.
The first Mazda Bongo trucks were produced back in 1966.
Then it was a rear-wheel drive van.
The indicator is impressive - 1,5 tons.
The 4-stroke 48 hp engine was located at the rear, which is also unusual.
It was water-cooled and peaked at 5500 rpm.
The volume of the engine was 0.78 liters. There was a more powerful version - almost a liter in volume.
There were two variants of the van - Mazda F800 and F1000.
Weak resistance to corrosion and low quality did not leave us living samples of these machines, however, production continued.
Mazda Bongo Brawnie truck appeared before the fourth generation, which started in 1999.
A little earlier, several new products were presented: Mazda Bongo vans, refrigerators on the Bongo chassis, Brawnie Van with a complete set of minibuses and Bongo Truck mini-vans.
Mazda Bongo Brawnie replaced, or rather updated the 1983 lineup.
The main feature of the updated cars is the extended base of the truck.
Basically, the Mazda Bongo Brawny is a truck with little power: the engines are 71 and 82 hp.
Complete set for 105 hp and 160 hp, that is, much more powerful, went to an improved version of Mazda Bongo Brawnie.
The car was named Mazda Bongo Friendee.
Family vacations, nature trips with friends and relatives, long trips - this is how you can indicate the purpose of the car, in addition to the main cargo functions.