2009 MAZDA MAZDA5 GRAND TOURING

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    About This 2009 Mazda Mazda5 Grand Touring
    Vehicle Location:
    Exeter, Nh
    Year:
    2009
    Make:
    Mazda
    Model:
    Mazda5
    Trim:
    Grand Touring
    Price:
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    Condition:
    Used
    Mileage:
    136,860
    Exterior Color:
     Red
    Doors:
    Four Door
    Stock Number:
    MP4743B
    VIN:

    Fuel Economy Estimates
    City MPG
    22
    Miles Per Gallon
    Highway MPG
    28
    Combined MPG: 25
    Estimated Monthly Fuel Cost: $89.00*
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    Clean CARFAX. Red 2009 Mazda Mazda5 FWD 5-Speed Automatic with Manual Mode 2.3L I4 DOHC 16VThis vehicle has just arrived so don't wait to come in and be the first to inspect this vehicle. Give us a call and we will be ready to show you why McFarland ford is Tops in Sales and Satisfaction. 27/21 Highway/City MPGAt the end of the day, what we want most is to see you happy in your new car. We figure it doesn't matter how nicely you're treated if you just can't find the car you want. The good news is that there are two dealerships in our family, making for one of the largest inventories in New Hampshire. With a selection like ours, we're very likely to see that happy face. Fully Loaded isn't optional; it's a standard of how we operate. From our accommodating test drives to our innovative pre-owned exchange policy and value pricing on every vehicle and full day Saturday service to long-term automotive pampering you've always dreamed of, at McFarland Ford you'll be glad you chose THE REAL DEAL.

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    Vehicle Options:

    • Front Wheel Drive
    • Power Steering
    • 4-wheel Disc Brakes
    • Aluminum Wheels
    • Tires - Front Performance
    • Tires - Rear Performance
    • Temporary Spare Tire
    • Power Mirror(s)
    • Intermittent Wipers
    • Variable Speed Intermittent Wipers
    • Am/fm Stereo
    • Cd Player
    • Auxiliary Audio Input
    • Bucket Seats
    • Driver Adjustable Lumbar
    • Rear Bucket Seats
    • 3rd Row Seat
    • Pass-through Rear Seat
    • Floor Mats
    • Adjustable Steering Wheel
    • Steering Wheel Audio Controls
    • Power Door Locks
    • Keyless Entry
    • Climate Control
    • A/c
    • Rear Defrost
    • Power Outlet
    • Driver Vanity Mirror
    • Passenger Vanity Mirror
    • Front Reading Lamps
    • Abs
    • Brake Assist
    • Driver Air Bag
    • Passenger Air Bag
    • Passenger Air Bag Sensor
    • Front Side Air Bag
    • Front Head Air Bag
    • Rear Head Air Bag
    • Tire Pressure Monitor
    • Fuel Consumption: City: 21 Mpg
    • Fuel Consumption: Highway: 27 Mpg
    • Remote Power Door Locks
    • Power Windows
    • Cruise Controls On Steering Wheel
    • Cruise Control
    • 4-wheel Abs Brakes
    • Front Ventilated Disc Brakes
    • 1st
    • 2nd And 3rd Row Head Airbags
    • Passenger Airbag
    • Side Airbag
    • Rear Air Conditioning With Separate Controls
    • 50-50 Third Row Seat
    • Express Open Glass Sunroof
    • Rear Spoiler: Lip
    • Wireless Phone Connectivity
    • Digital Audio Input
    • In-dash 6-disc Cd Player
    • Am/fm/satellite-capable Radio
    • Speed Sensitive Audio Volume Control
    • Total Number Of Speakers: 6
    • Braking Assist
    • Privacy Glass: Light
    • Silver Aluminum Rims
    • Wheel Diameter: 17
    • Wheel Width: 6.5
    • Front Fog/driving Lights
    • Leather Steering Wheel Trim
    • Leather/metal-look Shift Knob Trim
    • Metal-look Dash Trim
    • Metal-look Door Trim
    • Metal-look Center Console Trim
    • External Temperature Display
    • Tachometer
    • Manufacturer's 0-60mph Acceleration Time (seconds): 9.9 S
    • Power Remote Driver Mirror Adjustment
    • Heated Driver Mirror
    • Heated Passenger Mirror
    • Power Remote Passenger Mirror Adjustment
    • Dual Vanity Mirrors
    • Daytime Running Lights
    • Driver And Passenger Heated-cushion
    • Driver And Passenger Heated-seatback
    • Rear Heat Ducts With Separate Controls
    • Audio Controls On Steering Wheel
    • Front Reading Lights
    • Anti-theft Alarm System
    • Leather Seat Upholstery
    • Bucket Front Seats
    • Rear Captain Chairs
    • Flip Forward Cushion/seatback Rear Seats
    • Tilt And Telescopic Steering Wheel
    • Speed-proportional Power Steering
    • Suspension Class: Regular
    • Interior Air Filtration
    • Automatic Front Air Conditioning
    • Tire Pressure Monitoring System
    • Cargo Area Light
    • Vehicle Emissions: Lev Ii
    • Fuel Type: Regular Unleaded
    • Fuel Capacity: 15.9 Gal.
    • Instrumentation: Low Fuel Level
    • Clock: In-radio Display
    • Dusk Sensing Headlights
    • Coil Front Spring
    • Regular Front Stabilizer Bar
    • Independent Front Suspension Classification
    • Strut Front Suspension
    • Four-wheel Independent Suspension
    • Coil Rear Spring
    • Rear Stabilizer Bar: Regular
    • Independent Rear Suspension
    • Multi-link Rear Suspension

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    2009 Mazda Mazda5 Review

    This car review is specific to this model, not the actual vehicle for sale.
    2009 Mazda Mazda5
    Versatile and economical, with six-passenger seating.

     

    Introduction
    The Mazda 5 combines the best features of a wagon, a minivan, an SUV, and a car. It boasts six-passenger seating and generous cargo space. It's easy to park and run about and it rides and handles like a compact car, albeit a tall one.

     

    It's inexpensive to buy and operate. Equipped with a 2.3-liter four-cylinder engine, it gets an EPA-rated 21/27 mpg City/Highway when equipped with the five-speed automatic.

     

    The Mazda 5 gains practicality by going vertical. It's a tall car, a concept very popular in Europe, less so in America. It's built on the same mechanical platform as the Mazda 3 compact sedan. In fact, the Mazda 5 weighs less and covers a smaller patch of road than the Mazda 6 mid-size sedan.

     

    Mazda5 was introduced as a 2006 model, then restyled and updated for 2008. Changes for 2009 are minor: There's more standard equipment than before, and there are more interior color choices.

     

    The Mazda 5 is inexpensive, starting at $17,995. The mid-level Touring model retails for less than $21,000, while a loaded Grand Touring model with navigation and Sirius satellite radio lists for less than $27,000.

     

    We think the Mazda5 is a good value for young families with small children.

     

    Lineup
    The Mazda5 is available in three trim levels. All are powered by the same engine, a 153-hp 2.3-liter inline-4. A five-speed manual transmission is standard for the Sport, and a five-speed automatic optional ($1,110). The automatic is standard for the Touring and Grand Touring models.

     

    Mazda 5 Sport ($17,995) comes with automatic climate control; cruise control; tilt/telescoping steering wheel with speed and sound controls; power windows, door locks and mirrors; remote keyless entry; six-speaker AM/FM/CD stereo with auxiliary input jack; front bucket seats with fold-down inboard armrests; driver-seat height and lumbar adjustment; folding second-row bucket seats with inboard and outboard armrests; a fold-out table with storage and cupholders for the second row; third-row split-folding seat; interior air filter; four passenger assist grips; and carpeted floor mats. An attractive and durable-looking fabric covers the seats and door panels with seat side bolsters and insets wearing contrasting textures. The standard wheel-and-tire package consists of 205/50VR17 all-season radials on 17-inch alloy rims. A Popular Equipment package ($490) adds an in-dash 6CD changer, a rear liftgate spoiler, and side sill extensions. A sunroof is no longer available on Sport models.

     

    Mazda 5 Touring ($20,920) makes the Sport's Popular Equipment package standard, and adds a power glass sunroof, leather covers for the steering wheel and shift knob, fog lamps, LED taillamps, and black headlamp and taillamp bezels.

     

    Mazda 5 Grand Touring ($22,675) adds leather seats with matching cloth door inserts, heated front seats, automatic xenon high-intensity discharge (HID) headlamps, heated power mirrors, rain-sensing wipers, and a wireless cell phone link. An optional navigation system ($2,000) is exclusive to the Grand Touring.

     

    Options for all models include an auto-dimming rearview mirror with a compass and a universal garage door opener ($275); Sirius satellite radio with a six-month subscription ($430); a retractable rear cargo cover ($150); remote engine starter ($350), and other minor accessories.

     

    Safety features that come standard on all models include the required dual-action frontal airbags, plus front seat-mounted side-impact airbags for torso protection, and head-protecting side air curtains for all three rows of seats. Also, every seating position gets a three-point seatbelt and an adjustable head restraint. Be sure your passengers use those seatbelts as they're your first line of defense in a crash. The middle and rear seats have child safety seat anchors (LATCH). A tire-pressure monitor, antilock brakes (ABS) with Electronic Brake-force Distribution (EBD) and Brake Assist also come standard. Traction control and electronic stability control are not available, which is odd for such a family-oriented vehicle.

     

    Walkaround
    Mazda 5 was introduced as a 2006 model, and significantly re-styled and updated for 2008, with a new grille, front fascia, headlights, and taillights.

     

    The Mazda 5's hood is expansive and flows gracefully into the windshield and A-pillars. A single, horizontal bar divides the grille opening and supports the Mazda trademark logo, while the opening itself resembles an angular, stylized grin. The broad lower air intake and the large fog light recesses support the impression that the Mazda5 is chuckling to itself. Headlight housings slash into the fenders and reach around the sides to touch the front wheel well arches, which are mostly filled by the tires.

     

    From the side, the vista is much busier, although geometrically consistent. A strong wedge influence flares character lines and surface planes from the pinched-down front end rearward to a tall, chopped off, stubby tail rendered even more awkward by a pouting, bulbous rear bumper. Matte black B-pillars and C-pillars play down the height of the glasshouse. Side mirrors attach to the lower half of small, wind-wing-shaped quarter windows. Body-color, full-round handles bridge concave circles in the doors. A gentle bulge crossing the doors' lower extremities ties together the blistered fenders. The slots for the sliding side doors scar the flanks. The optional side sill extensions create a ground-effect look that somehow works, giving the perspective a more complete, more finished touch.

     

    At the rear, high-mounted, basically triangular taillights point upward; on Touring and Ground Touring models they have clear lenses and LED elements. The liftgate extends well into the rear bumper, removing some visual mass from the back end, as well as easing loading with a low cargo floor. The rear window is fixed; so you can't open the rear window to load groceries. The optional spoiler drags the roofline back and out above the rear window, adding edginess to the egg-shaped rear.

     

    Interior
    The interior of the Mazda 5 is all about packaging and space efficiency. Making room for six in a vehicle casting a smaller shadow than the five-passenger Mazda6 sedan is no small achievement. Beyond this, the Mazda 5 interior is in line with what's to be expected of a vehicle this price range.

     

    The dashboard looks like something you'd see in a minivan, with broad reaches of quality plastic spreading far forward beneath the sharply raked windshield. Symmetrical right and left panels belie the Mazda 5's international character, as it's easily re-cobbled for right-hand drive countries. The look is sleek and high tech, but with an odd-looking indentation splitting the upper and lower halves of the dash. Air vents shutter like window blinds if the cool or warm air gets to be too much. Metallic-look plastic trims the center stack, shift console and front door handles. The instrument cluster is pleasantly basic, with eye-catching contrasts between the speedometer and supporting gauges. Equally pleasant surprises for a car in this class are the steering wheel-mounted controls for audio and cruise settings.

     

    The navigation system screen, when ordered, is integrated into the spot normally reserved for the radio. Menu buttons for the navigation system and radio are placed above and below the screen, and some of the functions are controlled by touching the screen. The system takes time to learn but should become natural after a few weeks.

     

    The climate controls are sublime, with large, round knobs and widely spaced, clearly marked buttons.

     

    The seats are adequate, nothing more. The seat bottoms could be deeper, and the side bolsters could be more substantive. The driver's seat height adjustment is manual and pivots on the front of the seat bottom. Thus, the higher it's ratcheted, the less leg room it leaves. And be aware that the standard moonroof in Touring and Grand Touring models shaves nearly two inches of headroom in the first row and about a quarter inch in the second. The best seats are in the front row. The back seats offer increasingly less comfort and support as you move to the second and third rows. This is no Mercedes R-Class, nor is it as comfortable as a Toyota Sienna.

     

    Head restraints are adjustable in all three rows, but they, too, diminish in comfort in the second and third rows, especially the rearmost, which are functional but add nothing to a minimally accommodating seat. On the other hand, in their lowered position in those two rows they cut so sharply into the upper back that anybody sitting there will be sure to adjust them to an effective height just to avoid the pain: a good thing because headrests add a measure of safety.

     

    Not many adults will want to park for very long in the third row. There's decent head room, measuring only 1.5 inches less than in the Ford Taurus X, another tall station wagon with three rows of seats. It's in leg room and hip room that the Mazda5 cramps third-row occupants. It gives up 2.7 inches of leg room to the Taurus X. Access to that third row is achieved one of two ways. You can climb in and snake through the open area between the second-row seats. Or you can yank on a loop located between the second-row seat bottom and back, fold the seat bottom forward, then release a lever on the side and fold the seat back forward. The second choice is also the way to fold the second-row seats down to open up maximum cargo room.

     

    Rear cargo area is limited with the third row of seats in place. When they are folded, the rear compartment opens up to about 44 cubic feet of space, which is still about three cubic feet less than the Taurus X and much less than any other minivan. With both the second and third-row seats collapsed, the Mazda5 offers 70.9 cubic feet of space, almost 15 cubic feet less than the Taurus X, and some 30 cubic feet less than the smallest minivan competitor. Also, the front-passenger seatback doesn't fold flat like the Taurus X's, so carrying an eight-foot ladder or surfboard is a bit problematic. Still, 70.9 cubic feet is plenty of room.

     

    The Mazda5's rear liftgate has a snub point in the gas struts that stop it before it reaches its full open height. This is to keep it within reach of shorter people while ensuring it can be raised high enough so taller types needn't worry about cracking a forehead.

     

    Visibility is good, as expected in a minivan-type transporter. However, the placement and thickness of the front pillars can block your view at stop signs. The outside mirrors could be farther forward, as the reason for those faux wind wings is so the track for the front door windows can be far enough back that they'll roll all the way down. The view forward from the second- and third-row seats is surprisingly unobstructed, thanks to each row being two inches higher than the row in front, and to the positioning of the third row closer to the centerline of the vehicle than either of the two front rows.

     

    Climbing in and out is a breeze, even from the second row of seats, thanks to the sliding side doors. The rear side door windows roll down, an unexpected feature in a sliding door, leaving only about an inch of glass showing when fully retracted. The tradeoff for this comfort and convenience is no map pockets in those sliders. The pockets in the front doors are nicely configured, though, with a mold for water bottles along with space for maps and smallish notebooks.

     

    The sliding rear side doors are also most welcome for loading groceries or passengers in close parking lots. Bags of yard stuff, like landscaping rock and smelly biodegradables, can be hefted into the back with little strain, thanks to the low lift-over. Waist-high potted shrubs stand upright in the second seat row, thanks to the seamless storage bins under the flip-up seats.

     

    Both second-row seats have storage bins beneath the flip-up seat bottoms, but the right-hand seat has an extra-added attraction: a cool, foldout tray parked under the seat. Lift the seat bottom, fold the tray up and over into the space between the two seats, and voila, you've got a couple of cup holders and flat tray for sandwiches or whatever, with notches in the corners to restrain plastic shopping bags. Lift out the tray bottom, and there's a mesh net for, well, something small, and possibly damp, that'd roll around or otherwise get in the way. Only the driver's seatback gets a magazine pouch.

     

    The bi-level storage area in the front center console is generous, with more than enough room in the top part for a cell phone and in the bottom part for a half-dozen CDs and a radar detector. Two cup holders wait for duty to call under a flip cover forward of the storage bin.

     

    Driving Impression
    The Mazda5 is more utilitarian than fun, but it's more fun to drive than any other minivan.

     

    Using the Mazda5 to run errands is the best part. It tucks into tight parking spaces, thanks in no small part to a turning circle that bests all the competition by several feet. Everyday errands are run with a reasonably clear conscience, and without requiring a home equity loan, thanks to respectable fuel mileage.

     

    From behind the wheel, the Mazda5 is an OK driver. Steering isn't especially precise, but it has good on-center feel and directional stability. For such a relatively tall car, there's little buffeting from crosswinds or passing trucks. The brakes are solid, with communicative pedal feedback.

     

    Throttle tip-in can be a bit more abrupt than expected, especially when accelerating from a stop sign while turning a corner and in stop-and-go traffic. But for the most part, engine response is easily managed.

     

    Speaking of engine response, while the Mazda 5 is reasonably peppy with a couple people belted in, load it up with a weekend's worth of yard stuff or with another couple for a night on the town, and acceleration gets a little sluggish. There's still enough torque to get everything underway with relative ease, but beyond that, evidence of strain emerges. Planning ahead is required for merging onto a freeway or for passing on a two-lane road.

     

    All that mass also explores the limits of the brakes and shifts the car's balance around, converting evasive moves into exciting moments. Quick left-right-left transitions are best taken no faster than socially responsible rates of travel, even more so when loaded with passengers.

     

    The five-speed automatic works seamlessly through the gears, and its shift lever glides confidently through its gate. The automatic's manual shift mode is faithful to the concept, holding the selected gear regardless of engine speed. Push up to shift down, push down to shift up. The five-speed manual is definitely not a sporty gearbox, requiring careful aiming for gear selection. Clutch engagement is smooth, and pedal take up is neither too light nor too heavy. With the automatic, the Mazda5 is EPA-rated at 21 mpg City and 27 mpg Highway. With the manual, those numbers are 22/28 mpg.

     

    Road noise is not especially intrusive, no more so, certainly, than in the Ford Taurus X. Suspension activity is more noticeable, with sharp pavement breaks resonating directly into the cabin, in part due to weight savings that bring the Mazda5 in well under the Taurus X's two tons.


     

    Summary
    The Mazda 5 is an impressive package in this price range. It seats six yet takes up less space than a minivan and costs less to buy and operate. The Mazda5 Grand Touring version adds a touch of luxury to this otherwise utilitarian package. We'd recommend it to small families with kids under five or six years old. NewCarTestDrive.com correspondent Tom Lankard filed this report from Huntington Beach, California, with correspondent Kirk Bell reporting from Chicago.

     

    Model Lineup
    Mazda5 Sport ($17,995); Mazda5 Touring ($20,920); Mazda5 Grand Touring ($22,675).

     

    Assembled In
    Hiroshima, Japan.

     

    Options As Tested
    Sirius satellite radio ($430); navigation system ($2,000); rear bumper step plate ($50).

     

    Model Tested
    Mazda 5 Grand Touring ($22,675).Mazda's subcompact crossover is tiny yet versatile, seating up to six passengers or hauling just about any shape cargo thanks to its two rows of folding seats. The Mazda5 is basically a mini-minivan, with sliding doors and a vertical liftgate out back, in addition to styling reminiscent of minivan. Offered in Sport, Touring, or Grand Touring trims, it's powered by a 2.3-liter, 153-hp, four-cylinder engine with available five-speed manual or five-speed automatic. Second row bucket seats can recline and slide while 3-row side-curtain airbags provide protection for everyone on board. Standard safety features include anti-lock brakes, six airbags, engine immobilizer and adjustable headrests at all seating positions. The Mazda5 rolls into 2009 unchanged except for some paint color additions and deletions.


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    151 Portsmouth Avenue
    Exeter, Nh. 03833

    Contact: Sales Manager

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