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Used 2007 Mazda Mazda5 in Dulles, VA

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4.6 out of 5(14 reviews)

Goodbye Minivan!

My Mazda5 replaced a 12 year old minivan which had served us well. Thrilled to have downsized to a smaller, more fuel efficient, nimble vehicle. I knew I didn't want a sedan, since as an adult, I am never that comfortable in the 3 across backseat, especially for longer car trips and I wanted more cargo room. What I especially love about the Mazda5 is that the backseat has two very comfortable bucket seats. Four adults could ride comfortably in this car! We are 2 adults and 2 teenagers and we all find this to be more comfortable than a minivan with bench seating in the rear. Two additional 3rd row seats can pop up if you need them - but those are very limited in legroom. If you mostly have 4 passengers, and only occasionally have 5 or 6, then this is a very comfortable car. With the 3rd row seats down, there is a lot of cargo space in the rear. And each seat can fold down individually, even the 2nd row, so you can be very flexible in your cargo space. This is like a microvan, the two rear side doors slide open like a van. This works great. If you want something smaller than a minivan, that gets better mileage than the bigger, heavier crossovers, this car is great!

- Momunit, 2007 Mazda Mazda5

Cheap Van

Likes: Love the ability to carry 6 in a pinch. Good gas mileage (about 26 mpg overall) Good value at about $20,000 loaded. Lots of cargo space. Handles great. Middle row of captain's chairs fantastic for a car seat. Dislikes: No dome light control from driver's seat. Underpowered: it could use about an extra 50 hp. Rear end bottoms out with adults in the third row of seats. Lousy radio reception. Cheap "aluminum look" plastic covers center console. My wife and I settled on this because we needed a minivan but could not stomach the $30,000 needed for a higher end Honda or Toyota. This car is a great compromise, but it IS a compromise. It handles like a small car with nice steering and suspension, but there is a compromise in mileage of about 6 mpg compared with a Toyota Matrix or a Mazda3 hatchback. Lots of good minivan attributes like dual sliding doors and fold-flat third row seats, but it has fewer conveniences than a minivan and has virtually no luggage space with the third row upright. It is also extremely underpowered with 6 adults on board Overall, we are very happy, but we have a small family and will outgrow this car in 3-5 years. For families larger than 4, the extra money spent for a true minivan is well worth it. For small families and others who can not stomach an SUV but still need a lot of interior room, this car hits a sweet spot that no other car on the market really hits.

- FamilyGuy, 2007 Mazda Mazda5

sporty little bugger

- mark syrowski, 2007 Mazda Mazda5

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