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Customer Review Summary for 2006 Mazda Mazda5
Good car for the money.
2006 Mazda Mazda5Gearhead - Lake Tapawingo, Mo/02/13/2011
We were needing to replace our minivan, and had started to buy another one when we saw the Mazda5. For us, it seemed like a good fit. It would hold 6 people, got decent gas mileage, and it did not look like every other minivan on the road. ( Actually, I think it may be classified as a wagon.) It has performed well, and it is fun to drive. It has decent room for us, although the two back seats are a little short on leg room. Over all, I would advise any one looking for a people mover, to think about a Mazda5.
Nothing Else Like It
2006 Mazda Mazda5Fivespeedrodeo - Davie, FL / Granite Falls, NC04/26/2010
The first thing to interest me is the available manual transmission. Mazda, Honda and Ford have some of the best manual transmissions out there. Mazda 5 combines a sport hatchback, wagon and minivan in the same vehicle. It handles like a sports car and because it's longer than the Mazda 3 hatchback highway stability is better without a toll in maneuverability. Mine is phantom blue with 6-disc CD changer and dealer installed tape player. I also tinted the windows from the rear doors back to give it the "SUV" look. I intentionally didn't do the front windows. I had mine four years and will probably keep it forever.
Zoom Zoom Zoom/ 27/MPG/ FUN
2006 Mazda Mazda5Snowy - Clayton08/07/2007
Great car---3 rows of seats, with hidden storager. I average 27 MPG in the city. This "active llifestyle vehicle" turns on a dime for easy parking. You can change from auto to manual. The backdoors slide for great garage parking. Additional radio control bottons on sterring wheel means you never have to take your eyes of the road. Also an added bonus-- you can program the radio to random play through all stations and CDs for a personal juke box while on long trips. The third row is a bit tight- better for kids. A Consumer Reports pick . Less expensive to own, operate and insure than a minivan and a whole lot more fun to drive!!!!
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