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Mazda B-Series Truck MPG


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Model Year Body/Powertrain MPG  
2003 2003 2dr Extended Cab 6ft bed 154-hp 3.0L V6 5-sp automatic RWD 18.2
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With the 154-horsepower 3.0L V6 engine, 5-speed automatic transmission, and rear-wheel drive, the 2003 Mazda B-Series Truck has been averaging 18.2 MPG (miles per gallon).

The 2003 Mazda B-Series Trucks in this analysis were driven mostly on the highway at an average speed of 70 miles per hour (about 30 percent of the miles driven). The rest of the miles were in the city (15 percent), in the suburbs (0 percent), and in heavy traffic (0 percent).

In addition, the average 2003 Mazda B-Series Truck in this analysis was driven on flat terrain with a medium foot and the AC on most or all of the time.

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What Our Members Are Saying about the Real Gas Mileage of the 2003 Mazda B-Series Truck

2003 Mazda B-Series Truck Real Gas Mileage: Pros
2002 2dr Extended Cab 6ft bed 147-horsepower 3.0L V6
5-speed automatic RWD
A quick comment about motor oil: Castrol GTX Extended Mileage improved my observed MPG by 2! I have always run Castrol GTX, the non-synthetic, cheapest bottle, "dino" oil. It has always performed well as far as I could tell, but I saw a $15 jug at Wal*Mart intended/designed for the 75,000+ engines out there. On a whim I tried it, and instead of my mileage averaging 19-21, I actually got a run of 22.9. The 22.9 MPG was on a strictly highway cruising trip of 4 hours total, but I was completed surprised. I switched back to the normal GTX at the next oil change, and my mileage dropped back to 19-21 MPG. I always change oil around 4-5,000 miles. I always use high quality filters like Mobil 1. see full Mazda B-Series Truck review

2003 Mazda B-Series Truck Gas Mileage (MPG)

Unlike other fuel economy surveys, TrueDelta's Real-World Gas Mileage Survey includes questions about how and where a car was driven. So you can get an idea of the Mazda B-Series Truck's real-world MPG based on how and where you drive a car.