2008 Mazda Mazda5
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$6,012

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2008 Mazda Mazda5 Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
5.0
2 Reviews
Overall
5.0
Value
4.5
Performance
3.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.5
Fuel Economy
5.0
Reliability
5.0

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2008 Mazda Mazda5 - My Mazda 5 has been a reliable, economical choice

CC
Tooele, Utah
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
3.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Reliability
5.0
The modern shape and design of this vehicle give a new twist to the “mini van” concept. I call it my micro-mini van. It looks more like a car than a van and has a much lower profile than typical mini vans. It looks rather sporty and fun. Even though it is smaller than a full sized van, you don’t have to compromise seating at all. It actually seats 6 people and has very comfortable captain chair seating in the front and middle. I love that, similar to most family vans, it has versatile sliding doors on both sides for ease of passengers in and out. It is a 4-cylander, so it gets great gas mileage, at least 28 MPG. There is plenty of room for people and things for travel or a road trip. The performance is great. It turns on a dime, is easy to park and requires only common maintenance. W... (more)
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I remember using the Mazda 5 for the super-fun trip I made to Little Sarah Sand Dunes in Tooele County Utah. We just decided spontaneously one morning to pile in my sons and their cousins, a cooler full of snacks, a couple of chairs, flat cardboard boxes, blankets, sunscreen, buckets, shovels and a big shade umbrella and head out to the dunes. Plenty of room for everyone and everything! When w... (more)
Pros
The Mazda 5 is a good economical family car. A huge bonus is the fact that it has sliding doors on both sides to facilitate loading and unloading kids, friends, groceries etc. It has a convenient hatchback door in the back. I also love that it is a mini van, but does not look like one. No one knows I’m a soccer Mom! The gas mileage is great because it is a 4-cylinder. It gets about 28 MPG. The touring model comes with good storage options like under the seat stow-able areas and there are speakers and AV plugs way in the back.
Cons
There aren’t many things to complain about with the Mazda 5, but there are a few things I’d like to change if I could. One thing is that the exterior is plastic and rather cheap. It’s mostly metal, but key parts like the bumpers and side tire areas are mostly plastic and don’t seem to hold up well. Also because it is a 4-cylander you do compromise some power with this vehicle. This is especially evident when the van is full and you’re going up a hill.

2008 Mazda Mazda5 - The Mazda is a great versatile car

Amber
87074
Overall
5.0
Value
4.0
Performance
3.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Reliability
5.0
I've owned the Mazda 5 for 8 years now. I really love this car. The Mazda 5 like a small minivan, you might call it a "micro-mini van." It is very comfortable to drive and quite comfortable for passengers as well. This is a six passenger vehicle. It seats four people in captain-chair type seats and also has a third fold-down seat to fit two more people comfortably. The four main seats are fully adjustable and have arm rests. Another great feature is that the car has a sliding door on each side like the kind most bigger minivans have. The back has a lift door making it easy to put things in and out. What's nice is that this car has all the perks of a minivan but is still low-profile, not much taller than an ordinary passenger car. The Mazda 5 gets great gas mileage because it has a fou... (more)
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I loaded up my sons and my two nephews, and we went on a nature drive in the canyons one fall day. This car is great for that because the four boys could spread out and not bug each other. We stopped at a day picnic spot and had snacks, and while we were there, five beautiful deer wandered by and came up close to the car. We sat there in the car for a long time and watched the deer nibble on t... (more)
Pros
Some of my most favorite features of the Mazda 5 are first, the great gas mileage. I usually get at least 25-30 MPG. I also love how roomy the vehicle is. You can seat six, and there is plenty of room for cargo. I absolutely love that there are two sliding doors on either side, making it easy to get in and out. I love it that the Mazda 5 does not really look like your typical minivan. You don't need to be a soccer mom to love it!
Cons
One thing I don't like about the Mazda 5 is that the doors are not automatic. To open the back, you have to click the key but then also you do have to manually open the door. The same with the sliding side doors. I don't like the cheap plastic bumpers on this car. They are very easily scratched or broken by the most minor things.

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