2002 Mazda MPV Consumer Review: Makes the transition to a mini

2002 Mazda MPV - Consumer Review

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ES Passenger Minivan (3.0L V6 5-speed Automatic)

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Makes the transition to a mini-van easy!
By indykoch on


2002 Mazda MPV ES 4dr Minivan (3.0L 6cyl 5A)


I had a Protege in high school, a Miata
STO before the child, and now an MPV -
Mazda has treated me good! I never
thought I'd own a mini-van, but the
wife obviously had more input. I must
say I'm quite impressed! This is
easily the best looking, best
engineered, fun to drive (I know, it's
still a mini-van) van on the market.
It's a bit on the small side at times,
but that was one of it's attractive
features, and we knew it from the
start. It makes the transition from
sports cars to mini-vans easier to
digest. By far... the best choice!

Best Features

Power, 5 speed auto, power sliders, side-by-slide 2nd row, hide-away 3rd row, 17" wheels, roll-down rear windows, sporty looks and feel.

Worst Features

Shorten shift lever, add trip computer, heated seats, climate control, memory seats and other equipment commonly found on domestic mini-vans. Make fog lights, spoiler, and roof rack standard on ES.
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