2012 Mazda MAZDA5 User Reviews
Grand Touring shown
- $14,135 - $17,978
- No trim specified for this review
- looks, space, size, price
- small tires, figuring out the bluetooth
Purchased As New
We just purchased a 2012 Mazda5 Touring. Traded a CX7 due to family growing and needing a thrid row of seats. We did not want a typical mini van and many of the SUV's with third rows were gas guzzlers or no legroom at the back. SO we liked our CX7 decided to check out the 5's and it was right for us. mini van but not. Third row has room for our 5 year old and our teenager if need be in a bind. Middle row plenty of space and from seats are nice. BT is a nice touch. Drives much more like our CX7 than a minivan plus it looks more sporty and you avoid he dreaded soccer parent syndrome. Gas mileage has been good around 30mpg overall with enough power to get going and to pass. For extra long trips we will put luggage rack and basket on top and good to go. Been happy with both Mada's we have owned and this beats the traditional minivan by miles both in style, driving and all. Sliding side door windows also roll down which is a great plus. Over all very happy great family vehicle at a good price.
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