The rear engined Bongo was produced in two versions from 1968 when the F800 was joined by the bigger engined F1000. The Bongo largely retained the same body shape for 10 years with later models being fitted with inertia-reel seat belts and separate front parking indicator lights. The 1000 pickup and Bongo chassis are different but feature common front suspension and brake components.
Current Mazda Equivalent:
The closest comparison today is the BT-50. Work vehicle during the week and a home away from home over the action-packed weekends, the BT-50 has all the grunt and towing torque to get you where you need to be in comfort.
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