This is our 2nd MPV, we had the 2000
model. Our decision to stay with the
Mazda product was because of the
reliabilty of our previous van and the
upgrades to the 2004 model. We had no
problems with the 2000 model, only
usual wear and tear and we averaged
over 20k a year. The cost for the 2004
model was comparable to the other
dealerships' vans, so we stayed with
the Mazda family. We are not against
the other dealerships, so there is no
bias in our sale.
Better engine, hidden back seat and
sliding captain chairs in 2nd row.
More room for cargo and in the fron
seats. Modify the third row's headrests
when folding the seat down, you have to
remove them and place them somewhere.
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