2004 Mazda MPV Consumer Review: From boring utility to enjoyme

2004 Mazda MPV Minivan - Consumer Review

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From boring utility to enjoyment
By bill m. on


2004 Mazda MPV LX 4dr Minivan (3.0L 6cyl 5A)


After driving a windstar for 7 years, my wife and I went for a test drive with the new MPV. We were sold by its new looks and great driving performance. I was initally afraid that the interior would be too small and cramped for driving, but I was pleasently suprised. The features of role down side windows, electric side doors,sliding seat for access, and better gas milage fit our lifestyle. Finally, unlike most larger mini's, there is no "sway" when making sharp turns. It drives and parks like a conventional car.

Best Features

I like the radio controls on the steering wheel.The cloth covering on seats and doors is very high quality and stylish. Don't miss leather.

Worst Features

The ignition switch location on the steering column causes the keys and/or the control unit to knock against the steering column when going over a bump or during turns. It gets a little annoying.
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