2.5 L DOHC engine
The MAZDA5’s 2.5 L engine uses variable valve timing to help generate 157 horsepower and increase torque without sacrificing fuel efficiency.
The MAZDA5’s four-wheel independent suspension gives you a smooth, responsive ride while the incredibly short turning radius allows you to park where a minivan can’t.
This Multi-Activity Vehicle sips fuel nothing like an ordinary people mover. In fact, the MAZDA5 achieves a frugal 8.2 L/100 km hwy†.
Maximum braking power
Electronic Brake Force Distribution and Brake Assist help determine how much force to apply to the front and rear brakes, while the Anti-lock Brake System helps prevent wheel lock for more controlled stops.
Available Xenon (HID) headlights and halogen fog lights‡ brighten your view, providing enhanced vision at night and in inclement weather.
Dynamic Stability Control & Traction Control
Together these systems▲ help prevent wheelspin and increase traction during hard braking, acceleration and cornering.
Rear back-up sensors
For those who don’t have eyes in the backs of their heads, the MAZDA5’s rear back-up sensors†† help detect objects behind the car when it’s geared for reverse.
We took a comprehensive approach to crash protection. Advanced dual front and side-impact air bags and fast-inflating air curtains‡‡ help protect the driver and all three rows of passengers in the event of a collision.
††Estimated fuel economy on the Mazda5 with automatic transmission based on Government of Canada’s approved, revised 5-cycle testing method. Your actual fuel consumption may vary depending on how, where and when you drive. For comparison purposes only. For more information on revised 5-cycle testing, visit mazda.ca/5cycle.
‡Standard on the GT model.
▲Dynamic Stability Control is not a substitute for safe driving practices.
††Available on the GS with Moonroof Package and standard on the GT model.
‡‡Always wear your seat belt and secure children in the rear seats in appropriate child restraints.