Used Mazda 5 2008 Petrol for Sale

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5 1.8 EXECUTIVE 5DR
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Price €5,450
Body Type MPV
Doors 5
Owners 1
Gearbox Manual
Mileage 121,865 Km
Fuel Petrol
MPG 39.43
Tax Pre July 2008 €636
Tax After July 2008 €750
Boot Size Big
Tax Expiry -
  • 2018
  • 2019
  • 2020
NCT Expiryup to 03/2018
  • 2018
  • 2019
  • 2020
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Key Facts

Make

Mazda

Model
5
Variant
1.8
Car Category
Other
First Launched
2005
End of production
2011
Engine (L)
1.8
Gearbox Type
Manual
Gears
5 speed manual
Fuel type
Petrol
Body Type
MPV
Price New
€29,675
Driver Review Rating
3

Running Costs

Tax
€636
Tax Band
E
L/100km Combined
6.6
Average km/L
15.2
Fuel Tank Capacity (L)
60
Fuel Tank Range
910 km
Cost of filling a tank
€78.84
Average Cost Per 200 km
€17.32
CO2 emmissions
182 g/km

Performance

Brake Horsepower
115 bhp
Max Power kW
86
Displacement - CC (Engine)
1798
Engine Cylinders
4
Engine Position
Front, transversely
Number of valves
4
Driven Wheels
Front
Top speed
182 (km/h)
Acceleration(0-100 km/h)
11.4 s
L/100km Urban
10.70 L
L/100km Extra Urban
6.30 L

Space & Practicality

Body Type
MPV
Doors
5
Seats
7
Boot capacity
1566 L

Safety

Euroncap Star Rating
5

Dimensions

Boot capacity
1566 L
Wheels
Front wheel drive
Tyre size front
195/65 R15 mm
Rim size
6J X 15 mm
Length
4505 mm
Width
1755 mm
Height
1665 mm
Wheel Base
2750 mm
Front Track (mm)
1665
Rear Track (mm)
1520
Kerb weight
1470 KG
Max trailer Weight (Kg)
2090
Turning circle (m)
11.2

Technical Information

Engine Configuration
Inline
Engine Type
Front, transversely
Fuel Delivery
Multi-point injection
Front Suspension
The depreciated rack
Rear Suspension
Helical spring
Front Brakes
Ventilated discs
Rear Brakes
Disc
Steering
Steering rack
Power
115 bhp

Spacious, handsome, versatile.

Slow, limited range, no diesel.

Our Rating 3.6/5
  • Performance
  • Style & Design
  • Ride & Handling
  • Interior
  • Refinement
  • Safety & Security
  • Space & Practicality
  • Running Costs
  • Equipment
  • Engine Specs

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Mazda 5 ( 2005)

72/100
our score
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Pros
  • Styling & Design

    Looks good ...

  • Engine Specifications

    Acceptable engines

  • Performance

    Acceptable 1.8

  • Ride & Handling

    Rides well

  • Interior & Ergonomics

    Fine layout

  • Space & Practicality

    It’s got it all

  • Safety

    Basically sound

  • Value & Running Costs

    Good package

  • Quality & Refinement

    Well built/smooth

  • Equipment

    Nicely kitted out

  • Summary

    Spacious, handsome, versatile.

Cons
  • Styling & Design

    ... for an MPV

  • Engine Specifications

    Small range

  • Performance

    Slow 2.0, rough D

  • Ride & Handling

    So-so handling

  • Interior & Ergonomics

    Same-y switches

  • Space & Practicality

    Rear access

  • Safety

    No driver aids

  • Value & Running Costs

    Unproved resale

  • Quality & Refinement

    Slow for bends

  • Equipment

    Only one spec

  • Summary

    Slow, limited range, no diesel.

Style & Design
7/10

It’s quite a handsome car, the Mazda5, and a little better after its mild 2008 facelift. It doesn’t hide its MPV-ness, but it does present itself in a sporty and interesting way. The sides are a little slabby, perhaps, but otherwise it’s appealing and honest.

Performance
4/10

The Mazda5 1.8 can reach 100km/h in 11.4 seconds, but struggles a bit when laden. The 2.0 D is slower to 100km/h (12.9 secs) but copes with loads better and is more refined than before. The pointless 2.0 isn't available anymore.

Ride & Handling
6/10

The Mazda5 rides very well but it’s not so engaging to drive, especially compared to the likes of the Ford S-Max. There’s a bit too much understeer and roll and the steering is rather light, though the Mazda5 is a more comfortable car to ride in than most in its class.

Interior & Ergonomics
8/10

The 5 has a well laid-out, thoughtfully designed interior. The driving position is upright but comfortable, even for taller drivers, and everything falls easily to hand. The 2008 tweaks improve specification and appearance but it's really not that different.

Quality & Refinement
7/10

The Mazda5 is built to a high standard, though not all of the materials are the most tactile in the world. It feels well nailed together overall, even if the rear-door mechanism looks vulnerable to damage. Refinement levels are high for a small MPV, as long as you don’t push it too hard.

Safety
7/10

Apart from a 5-star NCAP score, the Mazda5 offers front and side airbags, a full-length curtain airbag, ISOFIX child seat mounts and five 3-point seat belts and headrests in the rear. ESP and traction control are only offered in top Sport models, which is a bad omission for a tall family car.

Space & Practicality
10/10

The Mazda5 is about as practical as a small MPV can be. The middle-row seats can provide comfort for two adults plus one extra for short trips. All 5 rear seats fold flat, there are three sliding doors, and there are 45 storage areas dotted about the place. Access to the 3rd row is tight, though.

Value & Running Costs
8/10

You get a lot of car for your money and it should be very desirable used too, keeping residuals strong and making the Mazda5 a sound investment, we think. Running costs won’t be too bad and it’s unlikley to go wrong.

Equipment
8/10

The Executive gets all the basics: electric windows and mirrors, remote locking and a CD player, as well as vital A/C, 16” alloy wheels, a leather steering wheel and roof rails. The Sport adds climate control, a CD changer, Sat Nav, roof rails & 17” alloys.

Engine Specifications
7/10

The smallest engine available in the Mazda5 is a 115bhp 1.8, which limits its appeal to Irish buyers. The 1.8 is a perky performer, though, and while the 110bhp, 310Nm 2.0 diesel has the torque for serious load-lugging it’s not very refined. The 2.0-litre model has been dropped.

With the current version of its 5 family hauler, Mazda did an admirable job of designing a smart-looking offering for what is traditionally a dowdy and unglamorous sector. Now, in the run-up to Geneva Motor Show in March, it has released photos of that car’s replacement and it looks – dare we say it – positively sexy. No doubt the first thing you’ll want to know about this car is the story behind those swooshy lines that have been carved into its flanks. Well, cast your mind back to early 2008, when the Japanese manufacturer showed off a wild, racecar-based concept called the Furai and promised that its radical lines would inform the design philosophy of its forthcoming roadcars. Observers could have been forgiven for being cynical about such a claim, but this new 5 is the realisation of that promise in the metal. It looks good – we particularly like how the ‘swoosh’ is actually just the final part of a line that begins at the bottom of the front bumper and continues along the wheelarches before winding its way down the doors. The design also incorporates plenty of glass, which should keep both the driver and pint-size passengers happy, and features the now-familiar ‘corporate nose’ first seen on the new Mazda3. Overall, it compares well with offerings from the current king of the good-looking family car, Ford.

         

According to the 5’s project manager, Hideki Matsuoda, the design team’s key aims were to “[combine] superb practicality with the superior environmental performance these modern times demand and a new expression in stylish design.” To this end, the 5 features large sliding doors at both sides, and can be specified with up to seven seats. And the aforementioned side swoops aren’t just for show ­– Mazda says they contribute to fuel efficiency by achieving a particularly low drag coefficient, together with optimal lift and airflow stability characteristics. The 5’s green credentials are boosted further by what’s under the bonnet: it will be powered by a newly developed 2.0-litre DISI1 petrol engine equipped with Mazda’s ‘i-stop’ stop/start system, as debuted on the Mazda3. In addition to the flagship 2.0-litre, Mazda will also offer a 1.8-litre petrol engine. The Japanese marque reckons CO2 emissions have dropped by 15 percent compared to the old model, something that will do no harm when the road tax bill comes due. The petrolhead in us just can’t help speculating as to how much fun it would be to whisk the kids around in an MPS version, though... For now, however, we’ll have to be content with the standard version, which will be officially unveiled to the public at Geneva. You should be able to park one on your driveway this autumn.

29 JAN
3/5

Great familly car, sliding rear doors great for getting kids in and out, in car parks. Nice to drive and economical for its size. Only problem is when all seven seats are set up there is little room in the boot. Have it from new since 2006 and it has proved very reliable. Would consider getting another one.

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