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Mazda MAZDA5 Vans/Minivans

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2014 Mazda MAZDA5 What's new for 2014? 
2014 Mazda MAZDA5

There are no major changes planned for the 2014 Mazda5.

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2013 Mazda MAZDA5 What's new for 2013? 
2013 Mazda MAZDA5

2013 Mazda5 models receive mirror-mounted LED turn signals, a USB audio input, rear backup sensors in Touring and Grand Touring models, and new exterior color choices. The available 6-disc CD changer says goodbye. Models with the automatic transmission gain one mpg in city fuel economy to reach a rating of 22 mpg.

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2010 Mazda MAZDA5 What's new for 2010? 
2010 Mazda MAZDA5

For 2010, Mazda adds Dynamic Stability Control (DSC) and traction control as standard equipment.

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2009 Mazda MAZDA5 What's new for 2009? 
2009 Mazda MAZDA5

No major changes for 2009.

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2008 Mazda MAZDA5 What's new for 2008? 
2008 Mazda MAZDA5

The 2008 MAZDA5 gets a slight face lift featuring a new grille, headlight and taillight design. A revised dash includes a new center console, electroluminescent gauges and second-row fan-speed controls. A new five-speed automatic becomes standard on Touring and Grand Touring trims.

About Mazda MAZDA5

The 2014 Mazda5 is unique among today's automobiles, riding atop a car platform but using sliding side doors like a traditional minivan. About the size of a compact sedan, the Mazda5 can comfortably seat four passengers, six in a pinch. The tall rear liftgate makes loading large or bulky items a breeze, and the 2nd-row captain's-chair seating ensures the kids will be content in their own space. While not terribly powerful, the Mazda5's frugal 4-cylinder engine gets the job done and helps keep the Mazda5's base price around $21,000. Beyond its affordable price and livable dimensions, the Mazda5 is still a Mazda, which means it's ultimately more fun to drive than any lumbering SUV or full-size van.


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