2001 Mazda MPV
    MSRP
    $20,675
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    2001 Mazda MPV Review Summaries

    What reviewers liked most about the Mazda MPV

    • third row seat... flips over to face rearwards... great for watching outdoor sports and recreational events.

      - Canadian Driver
    • Can a minivan be flingable? This one has the taut suspension motions and steering quickness to make you ask 'why not?'

      - Car and Driver
    • The second and third rows can be configured for different seating arrangements.

      - Edmunds.com
    • Among the MPV's most appealing features are roll-down windows in its dual sliding doors, a minivan exclusive.

      - Motor Trend
    • ...packs a spacious, feature-rich interior into an attractive, svelte exterior.

      - Motor Trend
    • The hindmost bench seat can be folded down into a well in the floor, freeing up 17 cubic feet of storage space. This is a very useful feature.

      - New Car Test Drive
    • MPV is smaller and more nimble than most competing vans. It drives more like a tall car.

      - New Car Test Drive
    • ...center seats can be folded down, and can slide forward and back a few inches to optimize rear leg space. What's more, they can also be moved sideways... to create a bench seat and improve access to the rear seats.

      - New Car Test Drive
    • The glass in its rear doors is powered and rolls down like a car's, an industry first. It also features a hiding third-row seat, similar in design to the Honda Odyssey's, that can also flip around for tailgate parties and picnics.

      - New Car Test Drive
    • handling prowess... led the way [among 12 minivans] around the skidpad and stopped impressively.

      - Popular Mechanics
    • 'OptiSpace' design techniques to create a vastly more spacious interior than in the previous MPV.

      - The Car Connection
    • Behind the third-row seat is a deep well in the floor providing 17.2 cubic feet of storage space.

      - Woman Motorist

    What reviewers liked least about the Mazda MPV

    • With 3677 pounds to haul around in unladen form, the MPV is no hot rod.

      - Motor Trend

    Mazda MPV Comparisons

    • a must-see contender. The MPV compares well in price with its competitors

      - Canadian Driver
    • smaller... than most other minivans... more maneuverable, but maximum cargo volume is 127 cubic feet, about 20 fewer than the [Honda] Odyssey.

      - Edmunds.com
    • If you're shopping the Toyota Sienna, the Nissan Quest, the Dodge Caravan and the Honda Odyssey, make sure the MPV gets a chance to make its case, too.

      - The Car Connection

    Best one-liner about the Mazda MPV

    • Mazda's MPV isn't anything like it used to be, and that's just as well.

      - New Car Test Drive

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