- AUTO FINANCING
|Body Style||Hatchback, Van|
|Fuel type||Regular Unleaded|
|Engine||2.5-L L-4 DOHC 16V|
|Combine MPG||21 MPG|
The 2012 Mazda5 comes with a four-cylinder engine, and most critics said it delivers adequate acceleration for driving around town, but feels slow during highway passing. The Mazda5 is one of the few minivans with a manual transmission. A five-speed automatic is available. The 2012 Mazda5 gets an EPA-estimated 21/28 mpg city/highway, which is excellent for the minivan class. Reviewers said the Mazda5 has very nimble, car-like handling that makes it one of the most fun-to-drive minivans on the market. They agreed that its small size also makes it easy to maneuver around a parking lot.
Automotive journalists said the 2012 Mazda5’s simple interior design and controls make it more user-friendly than many minivans, which feature a distracting array of buttons and electronic gadgets. Critics wrote that the quality of the Mazda5’s interior materials is fine for minivan buyers focused on practicality and value.
|Maintenance||Our 108 point presale delivery inspections is done.
Engine oil / Battery
|Transmission||Automatic: Front-Wheel Drive|