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Mazda MPV OWNER RATINGS & REVIEWS

Owner Reviews
4.0
27 Reviews
5 star
37%
4 star
37%
3 star
19%
2 star
7%
1 star
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Overall
4.0
Value
4.3
Style
3.9
Performance
3.6
Comfort
4.3
Fuel Economy
3.5
Reliability
3.9
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Rose
Rose
Eugene, Oregon
5.0
Not your Average 'Mom Van'
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.
Stephen
Stephen
Atlanta, Georgia
3.0
Great family car that was probably much better new.
I like the size and style of the Mazda MPV. My family fit very well in it. The third row seating came in handy many times. The cargo space was great for hauling sports gear and camping equipment. It was never easy for me to transform the back from seating to cargo space. The headrests had to be removed, and they didn't come out easily. There were two different handles to pull to get the seat to fold over then drop down into the space. I can't even remember exactly what it took to put the seats back up. The seats were very comfortable. Some of the most comfortable car seats I can remember. The visibility was good with lots of big windows. The MPV was used when we got it and needed catch-up maintenance, including power steering flush, transmission flush, alignment, windshield wipers. Not long after we got it the alternator needed to be replaced. There was a problem with the electrical system causing fuses to blow and systems (radio, power locks, charger) to stop working. I wonder if I would have enjoyed it more if it had been better maintained before we got it. I still liked it a lot.
PM
PM
Estell Manor, New Jersey
5.0
want another one of the same
The Mazda MPV is very roomy and can accommodate up to seven people. I love the style of the vehicle and the versatile seating configurations. The middle seats easily remove to make space for extra storage or they can be merged together with the front row seating to create lounge chairs at the drive in. Another option with the middle row seating is to separate the seats or slide them together like a bench in the middle. The third row seat stows away in the floor for extra cargo room or it can flip over for comfortable tailgate seating. The moon and sun roof options only add to the allure of this model allowing you to enjoy the outdoors all year round as you travel. All of these options make the MPV more than a family van. It becomes a recreational vehicle for business trips, long distance travel and family errands. And the MPV performs well in handling and has good gas mileage. The only drawback regarding the MPV is that it is no longer sold in the United States. However, foreign producers continue to improve on the style oversees. For the added cost of import fees, this vehicle is still worth the effort.