Used 2015 MazdaMazda5 Touring Wagon

  • VIN: JM1CW2CL9F0183274
  • Stock: 19259A
Located at
Fox Grand Traverse Ford
Location Details
Odometer
33,012 miles
Fuel Economy
21.0/28.0 mpg City/Hwy
Exterior Color
Meteor Gray
Interior Color
sand
Body
Wagon
Transmission
5-Speed Automatic with Manual Mode and Overdrive
Drivetrain
FWD
Engine
2.5 2.5L I4 DOHC 16V VVT
Mazda Mazda5
  • Carfax One Owner

Included Packages & Options

Included Options
  • Cargo Net$50

Detailed Specifications

Dealer Notes

Fox Certified! 12 months warranty, 12 months maintenance. See dealer for details., **CRUISE CONTROL**, **CLIMATE CONTROL**, **STEERING WHEEL CONTROLS**, Mazda5 Touring, 4D Wagon, FWD, Meteor Gray, sand Cloth. CARFAX One-Owner. Clean CARFAX. 21/28 City/Highway MPG Priced below KBB Fair Purchase Price! Certified.
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Certification Program Details: 126 point inspection, 12 month/12,000 mile limited powertrain warranty, 1 year maintenance plan free, and 3 day satisfaction guarantee Awards:
* 2015 KBB.com 5-Year Cost to Own Awards * 2015 KBB.com Brand Image Awards

Reviews:
* If the idea of a minivan appeals to you, but you don't need the added bulk in your life, then the 2015 Mazda5 may just be the ticket. It offers plenty of passenger space, is maneuverable, has good cargo room behind the second row of seats, and decent fuel economy. Source: KBB.com
* With sporty performance, pure athletic style and a roomy interior, the Mazda5 defies category labels while delivering on versatility. Mazda5's robust front fenders; sweeping, contoured side panels and athletic stance capture the illusion of motion while converging on a sloping roofline and sporty rear spoiler. The sleek rear end combines clean aerodynamic lines and smooth wraparound taillights for a polished look, and available 17-inch alloy wheels create a lasting impression. Rain-sensing windshield wipers, standard halogen headlights or available Xenon High-Intensity Discharge headlights, clear-lens halogen fog lights, and a convenient power moonroof are just some of the available features that round out Mazda5's dynamic form. The Mazda5 is anything but confining. With its surprisingly spacious, easy-to-configure interior, the Mazda5 is capable of juggling work, home and play. From its 44.4 cu ft of cargo space with the 50/50 3rd-row seatbacks folded down, to its independently folding 2nd- and 3rd-row seats that create a virtually flat cargo floor that's over 5 ft long, the Mazda5 is capable of accommodating everything from 6 passengers to 2 mountain bikes to a weekend of home improvement projects. Its extra-wide, easy-sliding rear doors and its ultra-light rear liftgate are designed to make loading and unloading incredibly convenient. Its 2.5L engine cranks out 157 horsepower, using variable valve timing to help increase power and torque without sacrificing fuel efficiency. Mazda5's engine can be paired with the precise-shifting 6-speed manual transmission on Sport models or, on Touring and Grand Touring models, the 5-speed Sport automatic with Adaptive Shift Logic and a manual shift mode for extra control. Source: The Manufacturer Summary
* Easy to park and maneuver; sharp handling; affordable price; easy third-row access; plenty of storage and cargo space for its size. Source: Edmunds

KBB.com Consumer Reviews

Kelley Blue Book - KBB.com
Overall4.3Out of 5
  • I lov this car is my liltle baby

    By Bobadilla on Wednesday, May 23, 2012

    5.0
    Hi i have 4 kids ages4,6,13,14 this car is perfect for my family the space is increible im 6.2 tall im fit good all my girl are tall and the space is perfect when we going to the trip i buy the rack for the roof and put everything on top of my car i lov my car is dynamic look like racing car i put all my windows black make a diferent on this car
  • Practical Family In town Car

    By PMOIL on Friday, September 16, 2016

    5.0
    We have owned this car (Touring model) for 4 years and do about 20000 miles a year shuttling kids about town. (We also own an Odyssey but use the Mazda car for short town trips) This is a practical car for that purpose as it accommodates 4 easily and in a pinch you can take on extra kids when needed for short tips as it will seat six. But as stated by everyone six is cramped, but most importantly you have the option when needed if you are transporting kids to and from activities. Most times we have the back seats down to get the extra cargo room. The sliding back doors are a plus. We have also taken the car on cross country trips with two people and it has room for your gear. On long trips (Interstate) driving is a pleasure and comfortable although car does have road noise (remember you only paid $20000). Bad in snow but that seems to be the tires. Bought a set of Goodyear triple tread mud and snow tires after originals wore out and that made it a good snow car. As indicated elsewhere car interior is plastic and cheap but reasonable for the price. Also is a good car for teenager to learn how to drive as handles well. No major maintenance issues thus far and we are nearing 100000.
  • Great family car

    By mazda5momofthree on Thursday, July 19, 2012

    5.0
    I have three kids and we bought this car brand new around Thanksgiving last year. After driving it seven months, it has definitely grown on me. At first glance, when we were looking to buy my instinct was that it was way too small. I think it's that full-size minivan mentality I had, which meant that anything smaller wasn't going to work, but I have been shown wrong! My husband felt that the price was right and it seats everybody. I have my six-year-old in the third row in a backless booster (Harmony brand), my six-month-old daughter in the second row, rear facing in a Graco SnugRide, behind the driver. And my three-year-old rides front facing in the second row in his enormous, heavy Graco Nautilus car seat. The second row seats slide easily forwards and backwards to allow for room for my six year old to climb in the back. He can also operate the sliding doors by himself as well as climb in through the hatch and buckle himself in. We haven't taken it on a long road trip yet, but when we do, we are planning to get a roof rack. Our family of five goes grocery shopping together and we find plenty of room between seats and on the floor, as well as when half of the third row is down, to stuff grocery bags. Furthermore, a double stroller can fit behind the third row. I was skeptical and it does take a little ingenuity and perfect positioning, but I can get my Joovy Caboose Sit-and-Stand behind third row with both seats up. I do have to take the sunshade off but it works. So, pretty cool, huh? This car has been an affordable, great fit for our family and as our kids age out of car seats, it will work even better and be even more flexible. ONe more thing: I have used the back half of the third row folded down as a place to change my infant daughter but I've also used the second row captain's chair folded down as a changing "bench", too. Like I said, this car has surprised me with its flexibility. To be honest, I do sometimes wish I had more room behind that third row but after eight months of ownership I have yet to be in a situation where it absolutely didn't work. I have always been able to make the people/cargo calculus work out. Best wishes on your car shopping for your family.

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