2002 Mazda MPV
154,473 Miles
$3,813

Yakima, WA
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2004 Mazda MPV
250,000 Miles
$2,307

Clover Creek, WA
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2006 Mazda MPV
76,259 Miles
$6,295

Sarasota, FL
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2005 Mazda MPV
81,264 Miles
$6,120

Houston, TX
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2000 Mazda MPV
221,086 Miles
$1,871

Ontario, OR
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2001 Mazda MPV
75,404 Miles
$4,495

Patchogue, NY
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2004 Mazda MPV
217,430 Miles
$1,999

Anoka, MN
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2000 Mazda MPV
148,294 Miles
$1,595

Lino Lakes, MN
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2004 Mazda MPV
134,476 Miles
$3,495

Lino Lakes, MN
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2003 Mazda MPV
163,867 Miles
$3,488

Milford, IA
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2000 Mazda MPV
122,695 Miles
$5,000

Leesburg, VA
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2006 Mazda MPV
76,596 Miles
$5,995

South Brunswick Township, NJ
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1995 Mazda MPV
112,610 Miles
$2,874

Townsend, MT
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2003 Mazda MPV
164,301 Miles
$2,995

Warsaw, IN
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2002 Mazda MPV
173,122 Miles
$2,200

Miami, FL
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2001 Mazda MPV
161,512 Miles
$2,983

Salt Lake City, UT
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2003 Mazda MPV
174,577 Miles
$2,995

Cincinnati, OH
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2004 Mazda MPV
172,579 Miles
$3,800

Brownsboro, AL
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2004 Mazda MPV
74,725 Miles
$8,995

Honolulu, HI
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Mazda MPV Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
Overall
3.8
Value
4.3
Performance
3.5
Style
4.1
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
3.4
Maintenance
3.8

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Mazda MPV Owner Ratings & Reviews

2005 Mazda MPV - Not your Average 'Mom Van'

Eugene, Oregon
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
5.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Maintenance
5.0
I truly love my Mazda MPV. It's fun to drive, really reliable, comfortable, and a lot more attractive looking than most minivans. It feels more like a crossover than a soccer mom van. We love that it's trim looking but seats seven, and we appreciate having a roof rack. The car drives really well and handles great even for a larger vehicle. We are also pleased with the gas mileage. Minivans tend to not be as efficient and we are pleased with the fuel economy of the MPV. We really have had no major problems with it even though we've put on almost 100,000 miles in the three years we've owned it. We drive a lot for our work and for fun, so it's really important for us to have a reliable, easy to maintain, and safe car for our family and for our stuff.
Story
We were trying to go camping and our tent had a giant hole in it so we needed somewhere to camp. We took the seats out of the van and tossed them in the front seats, and folded down the rear row of seats and all camped on the floor of the van. It actually was awesome!
Pros
One of my FAVORITE things is that the rear windows ROLL DOWN!!! That is so cool. Usually this doesn't work on minivans, and we love this feature. It was actually one of the things that sold us on this van. The Air Conditioning works great, the stereo works great, and there are a good amount of cup holders. We love that we can take all the seats out easily if we have to haul things. Overall, the price was great, too.
Cons
There are very few things I dislike about this van. The only two that I can think of are that the trunk space is not great if all the seats are up and that the air conditioning doesn't go all the way in the rear, which kind of sucks when it's hot out and you have kids in the back seats. They have to open all the windows which ruins the efficiency of the air conditioning in the front, and therefore the gas mileage, but really that's it. I love this van and feel that we made an excellent choice in purchasing it.

2005 Mazda MPV - Dependable

Silver Springs Shores, Florida
Overall
4.0
Value
5.0
Performance
4.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Maintenance
4.0
Bought this van used from my employer. It had close to 200,000 miles but was very well taken care of. It was basically a work van used to transport products for the store and transfer products to other stores. It was non-smoking and I had access to all paperwork/maintenance records. The computer had to be switched out at well over 1000.00 And my boss decided to sell it. I bought it and the first day the driver side rear window stopped working. A year later the coil went out on one of the cylinders but was easily remedied since it was on top. During a trip to Texas from Florida, another coil went out and I drove of 4 cylinders from Louisiana to south Texas. I've put over 70 thousand miles on it without any other trouble. It drives great and is good on gas. It's not 100% cosmetically, bu... (more)
Story
the first day taking it to my parents house to show it off, I was putting the windows down and all but the driver's rear window went up. I decided to just disconnect the wiring and keep it up rather than fixing it. it was quite embarassing
Pros
Dependable comfortable good gas mileage
Cons
Engine hard to work on mileage too high interior less than perfect

2002 Mazda MPV - My disappointment with the Mazda MPV

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Overall
2.0
Value
4.0
Performance
4.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
1.0
Maintenance
2.0
One of my best friend's mum had bought a new Mazda MPV and she used to let my friend drive it around. I remember the first day my friend came to pick me up I the new ride and I was nothing but amazed by this car. I loved how it drove, the engine was smooth and the car was a mini van with big enough room for 7 passengers. "What a fantastic family car," I thought to myself. 3 Months after I went online and ordered one for myself straight from Japan. I loved everything about this car except its fuel consumption. The Mazda MPV has a 6 cylinder engine which gives the engine more power but then at a cost of fuel consumption. I figured out the average amount of gas I used to consume with my Honda Fit was half the amount of my new consumption with the Mazda MPV. My only complaint with this veh... (more)
Story
The car overheated on one occasion while we were on a road trip with my friends. We hadn't noticed that the temperature gauge wasn't working and no one thought about the boiling engine till it overheated to a point that the car just stopped moving. We ended up sleeping in the middle of nowhere. We just pushed the car on the sideway, locked doors and just slept in there. It was a fun night though.
Pros
Its beautiful on the exterior Spacious and big enough to accommodate at least 7 passengers Powerful engine Comfortable and beautiful interior A good family car
Cons
High fuel consumption, 6 cylinder engine