LX Front-wheel Drive Passenger Van
2003 Mazda MPV

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EngineEngine 3.0LV-6
MPGMPG 18 City / 25 Hwy
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2003 MPV Overview

Compared with most minivans, the Mazda MPV is a sports car.It's lighter and more compact than, say, a Honda Odyssey, making it more agile and easier to park.

Last year, the MPV was significantly upgraded, with a new 3.0-liter V6 that delivered substantially more power and torque.Mazda paired this new engine with a new and responsive five-speed automatic transmission and a revised suspension.Big, sporty 17-inch alloy wheels are standard on the ES version.

The MPV's small size hasn't hurt its performance in crash testing.In fact, the MPV is one of just a few passenger vans to receive a top five-star rating in all four of the Federal government's collision categories: front and side impact, for both front-seat and rear-seat passengers.

The MPV is smooth, quiet and powerful.It's pleasant to live with.MPV features a beautifully designed interior with high-quality materials, excellent ergonomics, and great seats.Sliding doors on both sides are convenient, and they have real windows that go up and down, which is nice for back-seat riders.Flexible seating and cargo configurations make it easy for the MPV to handle a variety of tasks on a busy day.The third row disappears into the floor, and the middle seats are a marvel of clever design.

If you want a big van this isn't it.MPV is a good size if you typically have four or fewer passengers; if five or six regularly ride with you, then one of the bigger minivans would likely be more suitable.But if you want a family vehicle that's smooth, quiet, comfort, agile and quick, yet can carry up to six passengers, then the Mazda MPV is an excellent choice.

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2003 MPV Overview

Compared with most minivans, the Mazda MPV is a sports car.It's lighter and more compact than, say, a Honda Odyssey, making it more agile and easier to park.

Last year, the MPV was significantly upgraded, with a new 3.0-liter V6 that delivered substantially more power and torque.Mazda paired this new engine with a new and responsive five-speed automatic transmission and a revised suspension.Big, sporty 17-inch alloy wheels are standard on the ES version.

The MPV's small size hasn't hurt its performance in crash testing.In fact, the MPV is one of just a few passenger vans to receive a top five-star rating in all four of the Federal government's collision categories: front and side impact, for both front-seat and rear-seat passengers.

The MPV is smooth, quiet and powerful.It's pleasant to live with.MPV features a beautifully designed interior with high-quality materials, excellent ergonomics, and great seats.Sliding doors on both sides are convenient, and they have real windows that go up and down, which is nice for back-seat riders.Flexible seating and cargo configurations make it easy for the MPV to handle a variety of tasks on a busy day.The third row disappears into the floor, and the middle seats are a marvel of clever design.

If you want a big van this isn't it.MPV is a good size if you typically have four or fewer passengers; if five or six regularly ride with you, then one of the bigger minivans would likely be more suitable.But if you want a family vehicle that's smooth, quiet, comfort, agile and quick, yet can carry up to six passengers, then the Mazda MPV is an excellent choice.

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