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Mileage: 51,631
Trans: Manual
Body: Estate
Year: 14/64
Colour: Silver
Fuel Type: Diesel


Key Features

Reference Number: 067-513006

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"Great running costs, high MPG, low insurance"

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Nick Locke, General Manager

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Body Glass
Heated rear window
Electric front/rear windows/one touch operation
Rear screen wiper - intermittent
Variable intermittent front wash/wipe
Time delay function on electric windows
Rear privacy glass
DSC-Dynamic Stability Control
Bluetooth hands free telephone kit
Driver Aids
Cruise control
Electro-hydraulic PAS
Rear parking sensor
Rear parking camera
Driver Convenience
Remote fuel cap release
Dusk and rain sensors
Global closing for all windows through key fob
Driver Information
Trip computer
Water temperature gauge
Headlamp on reminder
Fuel gauge
Digital exterior temperature gauge
Seatbelt reminder for driver and front passenger
Alpine satellite navigation
Driving Mirrors
Auto dimming rear view mirror
Driver's side wide angle mirror
Electric adjustable/heated/folding door mirrors
Bright silver door mirrors
Embellishment Trims
Black interior trim
Piano black centre console
6 speakers
Steering wheel mounted audio controls
Radio/CD + MP3
Auxiliary input socket
USB Connection
Exterior Body Features
Sports grille
Body colour rear spoiler
Side skirts
Body colour side mouldings
Chrome door handles
Body coloured bumpers
Chrome exhaust trim
Exterior Lights
Front fog lights
Automatic headlights + automatic windscreen wipers
Pollen filter
Automatic climate control
Interior Features
Luggage cover
Picnic tables to rear of front seats
Cigar lighter
Front passenger grab handle
Rear grab handles with coathooks
Driver's armrest
Passenger armrest
Lockable/illuminated glovebox
Leather upholstery with heated front seats
Overhead console with sunglasses holder
Leather trim steering wheel/gearshift
Driver's seatback pocket
Front centre console storage box
Tilt/height adjustable steering wheel
Folding rear centre armest
Rear outer armrests
Storage box under boot floor
Karakuri storage box
Interior Lights
Luggage compartment lighting
Interior dome light with integral spotlight
Front side airbags
Front and rear curtain airbags
Tyre pressure monitoring system
Driver/Front Passenger airbags
7 three point seatbelts
Front seatbelt pretensioners + load limiters
Supplementary restraint system - central control unit and crush sensors
Driver seat height/lumbar adjust
Height adjustable rear head restraints
50/50 split/folding 3rd row of seats
Adjustable recline on driver's seat
Front seat head restraints
Isofix rear child seat preparation in 2nd row
2nd row sliding/reclining seats with double fold mechanism
Karakuri seat (Converts 2nd row to 3 seat bench or 2 individual seats)
Deadlocking system
Central locking with remote and illuminated entry
Thatcham category 1 alarm+immobiliser
Vanity Mirrors
Passenger sunvisor with vanity mirror
Driver's vanity mirror with cover/ticket holder
Wheels - Alloy
16" Gunmetal alloy wheels
17" Bright finish alloy wheels
Wheels - Spare
Temporary spare wheel

The specification listed for this vehicle was standard when purchased new. The actual specification may vary, for confirmation, please contact our sales department.


Ten Second Review

The Mazda5 looks a sensible option for those needing MPV practicality but still wanting nice aesthetics and a fun drive from their family car. It's a compact MPV with up to seven seats and sliding side doors that help it stand out alongside rivals. Mazda has also pushed the stylistic boat out, giving the car some adventurous detailing and the suspension is set-up for a sporty feel on the road.


The original Mazda5 was a car that never really achieved the sales success that it deserved. Despite critical acclaim for its attractive design, spacious cabin and the sliding rear doors that made it unique in the compact MPV class, it failed to really grasp the attention of buyers. The reason for that can be summed up in familiar terms: terms like Zafira, Picasso, Scenic, Touran and Verso. The competition was fierce and the Mazda5 was a leftfield option often missed by a target market constantly preoccupied by dirty nappies, first steps and forgotten PE kits. The latest model keeps much of what made the original work but wraps it in a package that's more likely to get noticed.

Driving Experience

Mazda is a manufacturer that makes great play of its sporty side and even its more practical models have tended to have something of that flavour about them. This Mazda5 is no different and features a steering system modified for a sharper, more linear feel than was evident in the previous model. The suspension benefits from increased spring rates and lightweight stabilizers which improve stability at speed and keep body-roll in check. Power is derived from a select line-up of petrol and diesel engines with Mazda particularly proud of its 2.0-litre DISI petrol unit which comes fitted with i-Stop stop/start technology. It's a 148bhp engine capable of covering the 0-62mph sprint in 11s. The other petrol option is a 1.8-litre 113bhp unit that takes 12.8s to do the same but is priced at a more accessible level. The diesel option is a 1.6-litre unit with 115bhp.

Design and Build

Mazda didn't revolutionise MPV design with this Mazda5. The basic shape is in line with most of the other models in this sector but it has sought to enliven the look of the car with bold detailing. What we have is one of the larger models in the compact MPV class with a 4,585mm overall length of which 2,750mm is wheelbase. At the front, the 5 gets Mazda's sporty headlight and bumper ensemble with huge grinning aperture at its centre combining the grille and air-intake. The real point of interest comes down the flanks where two delicate lines arch up over the front wheelarches and down the flanks in a wave-like pattern. This is the key element of the design language Mazda calls 'Nagare Flow' which was debuted on a series of concept car including the stunning Furai. It's not often that the styling of an MPV becomes a major point of interest but the Mazda5 is an attractive vehicle by the standards set elsewhere in this sometimes frumpy area of the market. The question is whether the car is practical with it. The sliding side doors are an unusual inclusion, particularly in the compact MPV sector, but they have their advantages. There's no change of eager children remodelling the panelwork of adjacent cars in the rush to get out and the doors slide back to reveal a wider aperture than normal, making it easier to access the rear seats and lean in to make sure the kids are buckled up. The doors are powered by electric motors on some variants, adding an extra level of utility. The actual cabin is a 7-seat affair in most models but there is a 5-seat option. All the rear seats fold flat whichever version you choose and the seat backs are wider than in the old Mazda5 to enhance comfort. As usual in this class of vehicle, there's not much of a boot with seven passengers on board but a big one when you're only seating 5. There's 434 litres below the parcel shelf with the third row seats down and 1,485 litres with the second and third rows folded.

Market and Model

Safety is a big issue in any car but particularly so in an MPV and the Mazda5 has been designed to conform to the highest standards of occupant and pedestrian protection. The car is based around a special energy absorbing structure. The door impact beams have been strengthened compared to the old model and an advanced headrestraint design is used to help prevent neck injury. There's also Mazda's ESS Emergency Stop Signal which warns drivers behind of sudden braking by rapidly flashing the hazard lights.

Cost of Ownership

As well as appealing to MPV buyers who'd be buying something sportier if their growing families permitted it, the Mazda5's flowing lines produce top class aerodynamic performance, helping to lower running costs. For a relatively big vehicle, combined cycle economy is OK with the 2.0-litre DISI petrol unit returning 41mpg with the aid of its i-Stop stop/start technology. The 1.8-litre petrol gets 39mpg with CO2 emissions of 168g/km compared to 159g/km from the 2.0-litre model. Most however, will want to consider 115bhp the 1.6-litre diesel variant which manages 54.3mpg on the combined cycle and puts out 138g/km of CO2.

Heated rear window, DSC-Dynamic Stability Control, Bluetooth hands free telephone kit, Cruise control, Remote fuel cap release, Trip computer, Auto dimming rear view mirror, Black interior trim, 6 speakers...


0 to 60 mph (secs)
0 to 62 mph (secs)13.7
Engine Power - BHP115
Engine Power - KW85
Engine Power - PS
Engine Power - RPM3600
Engine Torque - LBS.FT199
Engine Torque - MKG28
Engine Torque - NM270
Engine Torque - RPM1750
Top Speed111

Go Green

Green Stats
Emissions - ICE
CO2 (g/km)138 (g/km)
Noise Level dB(A)68.6
Standard Euro EmissionsEURO 5
Fuel Consumption - ICE
EC Combined (mpg)54.3
EC Directive 1999/100/EC Applies
EC Extra Urban (mpg)61.4
EC Urban (mpg)44.1

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