The Mazda MPV has always been the little fish in the sea of minivans. The new MPV is big on go-fast looks, but not big on the inside. The next generation MPV may prove to be too small for North American taste, especially when sold against another small wagon, the Mazda5. With the production version of the MX Crossport looming in the near future, we don't see a need for three wagons with the Mazda-look. No official decision has been made, but we bet the MPV is on its last leg in NA.
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