The MPV gave us the sporty look of a
SUV but the room (sits up to 7 persons)
and rating of a minivan. We have done
many road trips in this vehicle and
have had no problems. I especially like
how it handles in rain and snow
conditions. This is a plus when
driving around small children.
GREAT DURABLE AUTO, ZERO MECHNICAL
ISSUES, EASY REPLACEMENT PARTS, LOVE
THE REAR SEAT HOW IT IS SO VERSITAL,
VERY ACCOMODATING. LOVE RECLINING
CAPABILITIES,EASY TO WASH & KEEP CLEAN.
LOVE THE A/C FEATURES
I LOVE THE VARIETY FUNCTIONALITY.
PLENTY OF ROOM FOR TRIPS, KIDS AND
STUFF FOR THE HOUSE. GOOD FOR TRIPS
WITH THE DOGS.
FOG LAMPS BREAK EASILY, USE FLEXIBLE
COVERINGS. BETTER MPG A MUST. NEED
REAR BUCKET SEATS TO BE REMOVEABLE.
NEED FRONT FLOOR CUP HOLDER PLUS. ($,
LETTERS, MUSIC, ETC.)
Just wanted everyone to know that I always liked my MPV but this car also saved my life. I was in a head-on collision with an F-350 that turned into my path illegally. The positioning of the engine more to the passenger side and the seatbelt/airbag combo are what saved my life. So hats off to the Mazda Manufacturers for safety and a great car.
My favorite features were the way the doors opened all the way in the back and the design fit all four of my growing boys and our German Shepherd dog. I also like the SUV 'wanna-be' style.
The only thing I would change is the rear cup holder position. Between the seats is a bad place and built in to the door arm rests would be better placing.
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