An exterior facelift and interior trim changes highlight 2004 for Mazdas minivan. MPV is among the smallest minivans and comes in one body... Read More
An exterior facelift and interior trim changes highlight 2004 for Mazdas minivan. MPV is among the smallest minivans and comes in one body length. It uses a 200-hp V6 engine and 5-speed automatic transmission. ABS is standard. The LX has 16-inch alloy wheels, the top-shelf ES 17s. Front side airbags and traction control are optional on LX, standard on ES. MPVs seat seven. The 2nd-row bucket seats slide together to create a 2-passenger bench. The 3-passenger 3rd-row bench folds into the floor. Dual sliding side doors are standard and have roll-down power windows. Power-operated side doors are optional. Revised front and rear styling changes MPVs look for 04. Interior trim revisions are accompanied by a new steering wheel, bright gauge surrounds, and a spring assist designed to ease the 3rd-rows fold-into-the-floor function. Minimize
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3 Reviews from Epinions.com
Oct 25, 2006
Best Van for the Buck!!!!!
Pros: Handling,styling,Power doors,versatility,mileage.
Cons: Rough ride,crap stock tires,engine and wind noise.
May 23, 2008
Very good unpopular minivan
Pros: Low used price, fast, handles well, small, sport LX trim looks very cool, reliable
Cons: hitch scrapes, no auto climate, 3rd row narrow and on floor, not a popular car