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Mazda MAZDA5 2009

Report Created On: 2014-07-24

Vehicle Overview
Year2009
MakeMazda
ModelMAZDA5
TrimGrand Touring
Vehicle History
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Number of OwnersEstimated 1 Owner - More Details
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Engine & Vehicle Information
Engine2.3L L4 DOHC 16V
StyleHATCHBACK 4-DR
Made InJAPAN
Steering TypeR&P
Anti Brake System (ABS)4-Wheel ABS
Vehicle Specification
Tank Size15.90 gallon
Overall Height64.20 in.
Overall Length181.50 in.
Overall Width69.10 in.
Standard Seating6
Optional Seating-
Vehicle Fuel Efficiency
Highway Mileage27 miles/gallon
City Mileage21 miles/gallon
Estimated Vehicle Pricing & Value
Base MSRP17995.0
Base Invoice16865.0
Used Market Price8685.0
Used Private Price7577.0
Used Trade In Value6377.0

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Mazda MAZDA5 2009 Reviews

I like it, but with reservations
by jay_gloab on July 09, 2013 12:41

Overall I like but don't love this car. I like its compact dimensions but wish it was bigger inside. I think when it's paid off I'm going to get a small four-door economy car to be my daily driver and a used full-size minivan for when I need to haul more people or more stuff. It's easy and relatively fun to drive, and fairly economical - I get ~30mpg on the highway. It has been mostly reliable, but I've just had to have the rear shocks replaced for the second time in under 50,000 miles, which appears to be a common problem.

Ok for what it is
by blue on November 15, 2010 00:00

If you are looking for a functional second vehicle this is a great option. Minivan features without a minivan feel. Build quality is definitely cheap, and absolutely consider getting this only under warranty. Driver comfort is an issue for me (6'2"), my large foot (size 15) does not fit on the gas pedal, i need to push it with my toe. It's my wife's car and she is 5'10 and loves the car. In cold weather (-20C), intake manifold control runners were getting stuck due to cheap plastic composite materials that seem to be unavoidable these days. In hot weather, sway bar bushings caused terrible creaking, just annoying noise. Excellent service from dealer/Mazda for both issues

Excellent choice for smart buyers!
by Georgiana Fratiloiu on April 06, 2009 13:55

Excellent car overall. Nice interior, comfortable, very pleasant exterior design, good audio system. We love it.

Warranty's over
by m5indg on December 08, 2012 14:55

My wife and I loved this car when we bought it and still love to drive it. 3 years old now with 25k mostly around town miles on it and and experiencing some of the same problems that others have posted. OEM tires need replacing. Right rear shock blew just recently. Clutch engages very high on the pedal and will probably need replacing soon. Plus the car has always pulled to the right even after it was aligned and re-aligned. Other than these issues, we still find the car very functional for carting the kids around and taking family trips. My wife still loves it, but I'm starting to think that it may be come a money pit in the next few years.

The Perfect car for us!
by rough'n'tumble on July 08, 2010 22:07

We were getting around in a compact car, but when we bought our own house and adopted a 90 pound dog, our compact wasn't working anymore. We are also outdoor people who love to go camping, so we needed a car with room for all our rig and our dog that could put up with some rough terrain. The Mazda5 was the perfect choice for us and we don't have any regrets. We paid $17,500 for it.

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