Mazda Off-Road Bumpers

About Mazda Off-Road Bumpers

The Japanese-based Toyo Cork Kogyo Company that was founded in 1920 in Hiroshima, first utilized the name “Mazda” for its tri-wheel work truck that was introduced in 1931. The company founder Jujiro Matsude used the word “Mazda” because it bore the name of the Zoroastrian god of light and good. It was only in 1970 when Mazda vehicles first reached the American soil. Today Mazda is a successful automaker that keeps on investing in new development and focuses designing cars that are affordable, fuel-efficient, and fun to drive. Such models like the Mazda CX-series, Mazda 2, and the performance-driven RX-8 have won the hearts of many car enthusiasts.

At CARiD we are focused at providing Mazda owners like you with a broad range of parts and accessories to help you customize and equip your car according to your own liking. Whether you are looking to improve performance or aesthetics of your Mazda, we got it all. We also offer a selection of Mazda off-road bumpers designed exclusively to add extra protection to your vehicle and offer a custom look that easily grabs the attention. With such big names like Fey and Steelcraft it is always a guarantee that your Mazda will always be in good hands.

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The purpose of automobile bumpers is to protect functional and cosmetic areas of the car from damage during low-speed impacts. For many decades, bumpers were heavy chrome-plated steel bars bolted onto a vehicle's front and rear. Today's vehicles still have an actual metal bumper beam, but it's structural only and lighter in weight. A plastic piece known as a bumper...
A winch can be an extremely useful tool while exploring off-road trails far from civilization, rescuing another vehicle while cruising on the beach, or landscaping in your own back yard. All winches are given a pull rating – which determines the amount of weight that the unit can safely pull. A generally accepted formula is to choose a winch that is rated for at...