2013 Mazda 5 | The Automotive Review

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Mazda 5

2013 Mazda 5

The 2013 5 was originally introduced as a compact of the Mazda MPV and went on to become only presently offered From afar it looks any other minivan with a looking exterior. However, you get close to the 2013 Mazda 5 you really start to notice its – it looks tiny!

Everything it makes it a fully functional but the emphasis this time is on the “mini”.

ENGINE DRIVE

The 2013 5 is powered by a 2.5L engine 157 horsepower paired with a 5 sport mode automatic to attain a 9.5 L/100km mileage in the and 6.7 L/100km on the highway. The 2013 5 feels like a smooth and ride with low to the ground for stable handling, making for a fun around town. This of engine is fine for two passengers cargo but with full and a full load the engine is underpowered.

EXTERIOR

The 2013 Mazda 5 to keep the exterior looking and athletic by incorporating modern along the side, an aggressive black or dark silver grille and a low ground clearance. I am not a big fan of the exterior look, I do think Mazda did a decent job making the sporty and athletic looking trying to keep everything a small package.

INTERIOR

Mazda 5

Sitting in the driver’s of the 2013 Mazda 5, you will many things both and bad. First glance at the made me feel a bit overwhelmed by the of buttons needed to control the Also, the small horizontal on top of the dash is a bit small for the amount of it tries to display (time, temperature, audio and drive

With seating for 6, the interior might be a concern for those a larger family transporting a load. The driver and front leg room is a bit cramped and there’s not trunk space unless the row seating is folded down.

The of view is probably the best seen for a minivan. With of windows wherever possible, the Mazda 5 is both bright and the driver to see all around the vehicle minimal blind spots. unique positive I found was the of which the side doors and the down seats could be with neither requiring force.

CONCLUSION

I like to call the Mazda 5 a “crossover minivan” it has all the look and functionality of a minivan but it has the drive and handling of a car. a starting price of $22,000, the Mazda 5 is a great entry van full of convenience and technology. You get an excellent build using materials and tight engineering.

If you’re in the market for a small that drives like a car take the 2013 Mazda 5 for a drive.

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