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1997 Mazda Bongo Friendee Auto Free Top

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DESCRIPTION
  • Year 1997
  • Make Mazda
  • Model Bongo Friendee
  • Body Style Wagon
  • Mileage 141870km
  • Transmission Automatic
  • Doors 4
  • Seats 8
  • Engine 2,500cc
  • Fuel Type Petrol
  • Trim Cloth
  • Exterior Color Black
  • Interior Color Gray
  • VIN Number SG5W-107104
  •  General Information

The Bongo Friendee was introduced in June 1995 and is based on the SG platform. It was an eight-seater minivan and it was also sold in the Japanese home market as the Ford Freda.

They are usually (but not exclusively) available in automatic transmissions, and come in 2WD (SGL3) and 4WD (SGL5) versions. The 2.5-litre turbo diesels are common in Japan, although there is a 2.5-litre V6 petrol version available.

The Mazda Bongo Friendee is an eight-seater minivan. Some have had Mazda factory fitted kitchens installed within their car, but many others are imported and converted to camper vans in the UK. All of them have fold down seats downstairs to make a double bed, and on many models there is also an "Auto Free Top" elevating roof which 2 more people can sleep in. Flat-top versions are also available.

In June 1998, Mitsubishi Motors began reselling the Bongo as the Delica. This was branded the Mazda Access in some markets.

In September 2001, a facelift version appeared with a revised bodystyle and different engines, although the 2.5 turbodiesel continues unchanged. Air conditioning, climate control and electronic blinds are fitted as standard.

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