Mazda5
Mazda5, the new stylish C-MAV (C-segment Multi-Activity Vehicle) is on sale from 22 July 2005 from Mazda showrooms throughout the UK priced from £14,300 to £17,950 for the petrol versions, with diesel models following later this year, starting from £15,900.

The all-new Mazda5 will offer customers an eight-strong model range with a choice of four powertrains and four equipment levels. All eight will feature a regular six-seat layout - with the flexibility of a stowable seventh seat - which focuses on the interior’s central space to promote good communication between all occupants.

Thanks to Mazda’s innovative karakuri seating system this central space can be easily re-arranged to make room for up to seven. With class-leading twin sliding rear doors, genuine Mazda driving fun and a stylish design, the new Mazda5 introduces fresh Zoom-Zoom attributes to an increasingly popular segment of the UK market.

Strong Model Line-Up

Prices start at £14,300 on-the-road for the entry-level Mazda5 1.8-litre TS petrol version, which produces 115ps at 5,300rpm and 165Nm of torque at 4,000rpm, while the TS2 model is priced at £15,100 on-the-road. The more powerful MZR 2.0-litre petrol engine produces 145ps at 6,000rpm and 185Nm of torque at 4,500rpm and is priced at £16,300 for the petrol Sport model and £17,950 for the Sport Nav model.

A 2.0-litre diesel engine available in 110ps and 143ps power outputs will follow later in the year priced from £15,900 on-the-road.

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Published : 20/07/05 Author : Melanie Carter

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