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The Main Difference Between Mazda Bongo Brawny And Toyota Hiace

Mazda has unveiled the brand-new Bongo Brawny in response to the fifth-generation Hiace. Additionally, it signifies the addition of the Bongo nameplate to the brand's configuration following the model's discontinuation a few years ago. What distinguishes the Bongo Brawny from the Hiace then? In terms of styling, there really isn't much of a difference. In fact, given how closely the Bongo Brawny and Hiace resemble one another, people are likely to mistake one for the other. In fact, the wheels on Toyota's vehicle have been enlarged. The Mazda badging and the Bongo Brawny emblem on the back would be the primary identifiers.

Similarly, the lodge's tale is similar. With the exception of the Mazda insignia, the Hiace shares every component with the dashboard and steering wheel. Oddly, the Bongo Brawny receives a relatively updated measure group to give it a more tasteful look.

To be sure, the all-new model is now expected to be a small business vehicle rather than a passenger vehicle, in contrast to the previous generation Bongo van. In the lodge, there are no different seating columns. Overall, there is plenty of space for all the purposes related to freight transporting. In reality, according to Mazda, the vehicle can carry a maximum weight of 1250kg while carrying three passengers.

There are two available powertrain options for the Bongo Brawny: a 2.8-liter inline-four diesel engine that produces 151 PS and 300 Nm of torque, or a 2.0-liter inline-four gasoline engine that generates 136 PS and 182 Nm. The two motors are connected to a 6-speed programmed transmission and work in either 2WD or 4WD.

Many safety features, such as crash avoidance systems, dynamic reliability control, and even hill start assistance, are standard to increase driver security.

Like its forebears, the new Bongo Brawny is likely to be a model for Japan's elite.

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