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2009 Mazda
Mazda5

$7,998* 123K miles
CarMax Capital Boulevard
$99 Transfer to your store - NC to VA
$99 Transfer to your store - NC to VA
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Location: CarMax Capital Boulevard in Raleigh, North Carolina 27616
Description: Used 2009 Mazda Mazda5 Sport for sale - $7,998, 123,549 miles with Sport Package, Sunroof(s), Fold-Away Third Row, 3rd Rear Seat, Quad Seats, Cruise Control
Transmission: Automatic Color:Black Interior Color: Gray Average Vehicle Review: (4.188 reviews) So folks who are looking for a minivan, steer clear. This is not a minivan and should not replace your thoughts of going that route. What this is, is a bigger wagon with sliding doors. You get the middle seat access of a minivan with the low ride, handling, and fun of a wagon. I opted for the 5 speed manual and couldn't be more pleased. The "R" gear is a little tough at times to get into but a little let up of the clutch and she goes in like a champ. I've taken my Mazda5 around some curves at speeds I would never take a true minivan and it carved the road comfortably with very little body roll. This is the perfect car for the dad that wants a little zip but still needs function. I would say if Mazda lowered this car a little bit from stock, used 6 gears in the 06-10 models and not 5, and allowed the Grand Touring and Touring models to use the manual, this would be the perfect ride. When someone asks you why you drive a minivan, promptly respond with "It's a microvan" or "It's a wagon." When they try to tell you sliding door equal minivan, politely remind them of the late 80's Nissan Stanza Wagon. I'm a car guy. I've owned turbo compacts, stick shift sport trucks, and beater cars. I've loved each one and I've driven each one like it should've been... driven hard.

Reviews for 2009 Mazda Mazda5

Overall Rating

4.2 out of 5(16 reviews)

mazda 5

Great car with great gas milage. First trip 2 days after I bought it and was able to get 29 mpg! Even though it has the mini van look its really sporty and functional. Ive had all types of vehicles in the past and really wanted a truck for the space but needed 6 seats for trips to the desert. Love the bucket seats and the doors on both sides are a nice feature. The back seats that fold down (all do) are another good feature. I was able to get a 6 foot table in the back with 3 people no problem. The 3rd row back seats are smaller so not usable for a full size person on a long trip but ok for kids or short trips. My family is pretty big people, i'm 5'9" and my son is 6' 2" we both think all the seats are on the smaller size but decent. In fact the whole vehicle works well its just a smaller verizon of all the gas guzzlers out there. No where else can you get 6 people, and get 27 mpg on the highway with all the stuff needed for a trip. I plan on getting a rack for mine to accomdate weekend outings when the kids bring a friend. Drive it you will like it. Handles well and has surprising power for a 4 cylinder.

- tall, 2009 Mazda Mazda5

Great for Famlies

Our Mazda 5 is a great choice for familes who need a second family car but not another Mini Van or large vehicle. This is also great for smaller families who want extra space. I would describe it as a mini mini-van. It has great gas milage, even better than our pervious compact SUV. We have been very happy with our selection, it meets the needs of our family wonderfully.

- Mom of 5, 2009 Mazda Mazda5

The mini Minivan

Wanted the function of a mini-van without the bulk. It delivers. Great gas mileage (28 mpg avg) with the four cylinder but with surprising get up and go. Great for a family of four with the option of third row seating (third row not really for adults, and a tight squeeze for kids). Drives like a car. Very much like a station wagon with sliding passenger doors. Very happy with it.

- JJ, 2009 Mazda Mazda5

This price does not include tax, title, and tags. Additional fees may also apply depending on the state of purchase.