For the 2015 model year, the one and only Mazda family hauler has been overhauled, but don’t expect miracles. By revamped we mean that the Japanese automaker has reduced some options available for the small MPV, the main one of which is the elimination of the six-speed manual.
Scheduled to stop production in 2015 due to excessively low sales volumes, Mazda said its SUV lineup and crossovers are ideal for family transportation companies due to their reasonable accommodation levels and increasing popularity and demand in the United States of America. What brings 2015 for the last hurray of the Mazda5 multi-activity vehicle?
In terms of exterior styling and interior design, there isn’t much to differentiate the 2014 model year update from a boosted 2015 Mazda5. For the Sport trim level, a customer needs to pick up $ 21,240, while the mid-range Touring costs $ 22,370. As for the Grand Touring model, it costs $ 24,770.
Since this is a minivan, you might consider checking off an additional option in the options list, the DVD entertainment system on the headrest, to keep little ones under control on those long trips. to grandmother. A 2.5-liter engine producing 157 horsepower and 163 lb-ft drives the front wheels via an old five-speed automatic.
All three specs come standard with automatic climate control, keyless entry, power windows, a few 12-volt power outlets, an MP3 and SiriusXM compatible audio system, as well as six seats. Finally, the Mazda5 is rated at 21 mpg city (11.2 l / 100 km) and 28 mpg on the highway (8.4 l / 100 km).