2013 Mazda Mazda5
74,071 Miles
$12,998

West Carrollton, OH
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2012 Mazda Mazda5
91,314 Miles
$11,998

Knoxville, TN
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2010 Mazda Mazda5
94,995 Miles
$9,599

Cincinnati, OH
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2013 Mazda Mazda5
81,262 Miles
$11,998

Tinley Park, IL
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2012 Mazda Mazda5
76,967 Miles
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Richmond, TX
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2014 Mazda Mazda5
70,102 Miles
$12,599

Jensen Beach, FL
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2015 Mazda Mazda5
48,247 Miles
$13,998

Jackson, TN
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2015 Mazda Mazda5
52,213 Miles
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Las Vegas, NV
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2012 Mazda Mazda5
67,138 Miles
$11,998

Golden, CO
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2014 Mazda Mazda5
65,487 Miles
$12,998

Franklin, TN
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2015 Mazda Mazda5
43,603 Miles
$13,998

Golden, CO
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2015 Mazda Mazda5
44,996 Miles
$14,998

San Antonio, TX
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52,495 Miles
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Oklahoma City, OK
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2014 Mazda Mazda5
50,952 Miles
$13,599

Tucson, AZ
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2014 Mazda Mazda5
56,353 Miles
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Independence, MO
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2015 Mazda Mazda5
46,421 Miles
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Tolleson, AZ
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2014 Mazda Mazda5
45,675 Miles
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Wichita, KS
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2014 Mazda Mazda5
24,506 Miles
$15,998

Clearwater, FL
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2014 Mazda Mazda5
60,529 Miles
$13,599

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Mazda Mazda5 Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
4.1
32 Reviews
Overall
4.1
Value
4.2
Performance
3.7
Style
4.4
Comfort
3.8
Fuel Economy
4.3
Reliability
4.1

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2006 Mazda Mazda5 - Its Better than Owning a MiniVan

JF
Altoona, Pennsylvania
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
4.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
3.0
I have owned this vehicle for almost 10 years and bought it brand new from the showroom. It has been a great vehicle for the most part but has had some major repairs in the past few months. I like that it has sliding back doors because I have kids and don't need them hitting the cars we park beside- that's one of my favorite things. I do not like that the tires are performance tires. They don't last as long as traditional tires and are expensive. Fuel economy is not too bad. The car itself has been good I just wish Mazda had more service centers in my area.
Story
It came with a tray that stows under the seat in the middle row- the sales man acted like it was the greatest thing in the car because we have kids and they could flip it out and keep their stuff in there. I HAVE NEVER USED IT! I laugh every time I clean the car because I lift the seat and see it there- I open it, vacuum around it, and back it goes!!
Pros
It has lasted 10 years and is still going strong. Every 4 door car should have sliding rear doors. I love the hatch back and the third row seating. Being able to fold the middle and back row down is very helpful when needing to haul stuff. It handles wonderfully especially on windy roads.
Cons
I do not like that the tires are performance tires, while they handle well and grip the road well they wear out quickly and are expensive compared to other standard tires. They also do not go well in the snow. Snow tires for this car are almost unaffordable because of their odd size. The car also needed the engine replaced at 75,000 miles and the transmission replaced at 82,000. Thanks to the Mazda warranty both of those repair were done at their cost so I am still able to enjoy my vehicle.

2009 Mazda Mazda5 - A great family vehicle

Karen C.
Milwaukie, Oregon
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
3.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
3.0
Fuel Economy
2.0
Reliability
3.0
The Mazda5 is a great family vehicle. The second row captain seats fit many different types of car seats, and with latch, they install easily. These seats are also tall enough to enable even small children to easily see out the windows. Storage under the seats is perfect for tissues, first aid kit, or extra kid clothes. Fold-down third row seating provides plenty of room for daily trips to stores, soccer, or the beach while also giving Grandma a place to sit when she visits (and saving the expense of a rental car). The sliding doors make it easy to get toddlers or babies in and out of their seats without worrying about dinging the door of the vehicle next to you. The Mazda5 is also easy to drive. Unlike traditional mini-vans, it's the size of a sedan, so easy to fit in a compact parkin... (more)
Story
In what seems like an "only in Portlandia!" Moment, I once pulled into a Trader Joe's parking lot across from another Mazda5. The other driver, loading groceries in the back, looked at me, smiled, and yelled "MAZDA FIVE!!" While thrusting her fist triumphantly in the air. I, of course, had to return both the yell and the gesture.
Pros
Sliding doors and captain seats are perfect for kids - easy in and out and a natural separation to prevent sibling squabbles. There is plenty of storage with the third row folded down, and it's easy to access through the rear lift door. With the third row up, it's an extra seat for soccer team mates or Grandma. Window locks and front and rear speakers keep annoyances to a minimum.
Cons
At 20mpg for city driving, the gas mileage could be better. The low-profile tires wear out more often than might be expected.

2012 Mazda Mazda5 - Great mini-mini-van

Sarah
Columbus, Ohio
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
4.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Reliability
5.0
I have three kids, twins and a baby, and we just couldn't get the car seats into my sedan any more. A mini-van wasn't in the budget, and in our urban area I was nervous about trying to park a large vehicle. The Mazda5 seats six, so plenty of room for our car seats plus a grandma or two to come along for adventures. Each seat can be adjusted separately though, so when we don't have extra passengers I can keep one of the back seats down to hold plenty of food for groceries, or a wagon, or two kid bikes. This car holds a lot, but it is so zippy! It drives like a car, great pickup when I'm getting on and off the highway, but brakes on a dime if I see a kid coming at me in the parking lot. Basically I get the gas mileage and handling of a compact car with the space of an SUV!
Story
I tried to take my kids to a playground for a picnic, and just as we pulled into the parkinglot, it started to pour! The kids were really disappointed. So we moved some car seats around and flipped down the back row of seats. We had plenty of room to sit in the back with the hatchback up watching the rain and having a car trunk picnic! They still talk about it.
Pros
Space for kids and groceries, zippy acceleration and tight handling are my favorite features, but the good mileage and rear sliding doors are pretty great, too.
Cons
The rear row doesn't have much leg room, I wouldn't want to be an adult back there for a long road trip.

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