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Mazda Titan Trucks, Japan

The Mazda Titan is a commercial truck produced by Japanese automaker Mazda since 1971. From the fourth and sixth generation model, the vehicle had become a rebadged Isuzu Elf truck. The Mazda Titan is still in production after seeing its inception in 1971. In January of 1964, On the introduction of the truck, there was a standard bed followed by a three-way dropside bed. Mazda Titan Equipped with a 4.8-liter diesel engine, the new Titan meets the strict criteria to qualify as an environmentally friendly vehicle. Additionally, the driver can perform gear shifting without the use of the clutch pedal, courtesy of the Smoother R manual transmission technology. The vehicle also has installed a special filtering system, DPD (Diesel Particulate Defuser).

The Mazda Titan has achieved considerable success - a well-known brand of Titan. Those trucks are not lost on the road, using well-deserved popularity. There are several variants of the Mazda Titan. The carrying capacity of all such models varies, ranging between 1.5 to 4.25 total weights tonnes with 3.5-7 m. Every Mazda Titan trucks consist of the axles inclusive trucks or rather a rear wheel drive. The dimensions of the overall body of Mazda Titan fall between the 3000 mm x 1600 mm for trucks with 1.5 tonnes worth of carrying capacity.

Generations of Mazda Titan Trucks

 

First Generation (1971–1980)

In 1971:- The first Mazda Titan truck was presented in 1971, as a successor to the two-ton Mazda E2000. The box-section chassis rails were unusual for the class. Receiving the chassis code "EXB", the tilt-cab Titan retained the 2.5-liter "XA" diesel engine of the earlier E2000 without any change. For heavier duty usage, there was also the XB-engined Titan T2700: a 2.7 liters (2,701 cc) diesel version with four more horsepower (81 PS or 60 kW). 2-liter petrol four was also available.

Mazda Titan First Generation

In 1977:- The Mazda Titan underwent a minor change and facelift. Along with a new grille and bumpers, the turn signals were bigger and more squared off and incorporated vents for the cabin. Most obviously, the old round "M" logo was replaced by the new corporate "MAZDA" logo.

 

Second Generation (1980–1989)

Mazda Titan Second Generation

In 1980:- The second generation of Mazda Titan was announced in October 1980. Engine capacity increased to 4052 cc with the introduction of the new, six-cylinder ZB diesel engine. 2.0, 2.5, and 3-liter four-cylinder models were also available. This model also received a dual range transmission, marketed as the "Two Way Shift".

In 1984:- There were some Minor changes, with a new front grille. Japanese market models were now also compliant with the 1983 emissions regulations.

In 1987:- Minor changes occurred. As part of the facelift, the four round headlights were changed to four square units of standard type. A DIN-standard audio space is provided.

 

Third Generation (1989–2000)

In 1989:- The third generation of Mazda Titan was announced in 1989. The car received all-new bodywork, albeit still rather similar looking. The biggest difference is that the side windows received a pronounced dip at the leading edge, to allow the driver better visibility. The "Titan" logos were changed to all-caps. The new Mazda Titan truck also received mudguards, with prominent "Titan" script.

In 1992:- The Mazda Titan underwent a minor facelift, softening the design somewhat.

Mazda Titan Third Generation

In 1995:- There was another facelift, although there were also some mechanical changes this time: To be compliant with the stricter 1994 emissions standards.

In 1997:- There was another modernization. The front was rounded off, with the windscreen made to look larger by placing a piece of black plastic beneath it. The four square lamps were replaced by more irregularly shaped single units which wrap around the corners. The Titan trucks logo was changed from red to white characters.

 

Fourth Generation (2000–2004)

In 2000:- The fourth generation of Mazda Titan truck was launched on May 4th, 2000. October 25, 2000, the 1-ton payload Titan Dash is launched, replacing the Bongo Brawny truck. And, November 21, 2000, CNG versions of Mazda Titan truck are added to the range.

In 2004:- The Mazda Titan truck moves to the fifth generation. The Mazda Titan (from 1.5- to 4-ton payload) is now a rebadged Isuzu Elf. The 1-ton Titan Dash carries on.

In 2004:- A driver's seat airbag is now standard equipment across the Mazda Titan Dash range.

In 2010:- The Mazda Titan Dash is discontinued.

 

Fifth Generation (2004–2007)

In 2004:- the lighter Mazda Titan Dash became the only truck to be built in-house by Mazda, as the fifth generation Mazda Titan was an OEM-supplied Isuzu Elf. The fourth generation Titan truck was the last 1.5-4t truck developed by Mazda and saw an uncommonly short production run of only four years - the model life of a truck in the Japanese market usually being around 10 years.

 

Sixth generation (2007–present)

In 2007:- Mazda Titan Remodeled, Isuzu Elf 6-generation vehicle OEM supply.

 

Mazda Titan Lineup

 

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