Yes I would if you're looking for a car that's fuel efficient easy to drive and a head Turner this is the one for you. People are surprised when you tell them it's a mini van . Until you show them the third row seating . I don't think they even notice the doors.
2010 Mazda Mazda5BigAl - OKC, OK02/14/2011
If you have a small family (4) and don't need a ton of space, this "mini" mini van is perfect. We wanted a larger 4 cylinder with some space and style. The Mazda 5 is perfect for what we needed and wanted. Its gets us from point A to point B with ease and comfort, plus lets us take some of the kids friends along in the 3rd row. We love the dual sliding doors and the 2nd row captians chairs. It drives like a car and has a great turn radius. Some have said it lacks power, but we think there's just enough. You really have to drive one to decide. For us the fuel economy outweighs the need for more power. The only thing I might complain about is that the low profile tires don't wear as long as standard tires.
2014 Mazda Mazda5Rick Liwanag - Las Vegas, NV06/17/2016
I've own many cars in the past. I had a Corolla, a Civic, a Kia Rio and a Subie WRX and I'm impress with this one. Besides the seating capacity of a compact SUV, and a van like door access, this Mazda has an impressive handling. Yes, HANDLING; It corners like a car, a sporty kind of car. It accelerate quick enough to cut through traffic,and overall drives like a compact vehicle. It has enough power seat all six people and still has the power to accelerate quickly for you to enter through traffic safely.
Overall this is an impressive car and just a great small family vehicle.