2003 Mazda MPV Minivan ES 4dr Minivan (3.0L 6cyl 5A)
The handling and comfort are superb. It
is the most practical of other minivans
and luxury cars I have ever owned
including my 1998 Chrysler Town and
Country. I am experiencing about 20
miles per gallon during city driving
Ease of entry and exit. Comfort and
visibility. Easy loading of groceries
Change position of lever to adjust
steering wheel from beneath the stalk
to the side as on the Chrysler and
Dodge. It is difficult to manage while
wearing heavy outer clothing.
We purchased the MPV approximately
three weeks ago. At first, we thought
the van would be too small for our
three growing girls. We test drove
some used vans. Also looked at the
Nissan Quest but decided a little too
much money for what we wanted. We
decided to test drive the MPV.
Instantly, we felt very comfortable and
realized this would be adequate for our
family. We were hooked. The van rides
very smooth and the features included
are great. Would recommend looking
into the MPV.
Sliding doors, moon roof (its huge),
smooth drive, alot of extra's for the
money spent. Doesn't feel top heavy or
feel like you are driving a truck. The
second row passenger windors are nice
and go down giving more air flow.
The gear shift needs to be shortened.
In the way of the controls on dash.
DVD player should not be an option but
be included in some of the higher
models of the vans. The wing windows
should have an automated switch up
front to open up.