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Mazda Mazda5 Model Years

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The Mazda5 is an unusual creature for the U.S. market: a compact minivan. Although such space wagons, as they're known in Europe, fill a popular overseas segment, Americans usually want standard-size vans or SUVs. Even so, the Mazda5 began carving a niche for itself as soon as it hit our shores in 2006.

While it's significantly smaller—and cheaper—than every other van on the market, it does offer six-passenger seating, dual sliding doors and decent cargo space. Unlike bigger vans, the Mazda5 gets by with a four-cylinder engine and offers a manual transmission. The current model, with its highly sculpted styling and 2.5-liter engine, debuted in 2012.

Mazda Mazda5 Generations

2006 - 2014 Mazda Mazda5

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Major changes included: The Mazda5 was introduced to North America in 2006, and offers seating for 6 using 3 rows. Convenient twin-sliding doors are standard fare in Sport, Touring, and Grand Touring trim levels. 17-inch alloys, ABS, air-conditioning with cabin filtration, a CD stereo and full power accessories are standard on the Sport, while the touring model adds leather appointments. A Navigation system is available in Touring and Grand Touring models.

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