The Mazda5 was probably one of the most interesting cars I’ve driven so far and it has everything to do with the fact that this car is small yet packs a lot of punch! I would describe it as a mini-mini van. You could almost say it’s cute, too. The Mazda5 looks really sleek from the outside and it’s even more luxurious on the inside, filled with storage space, third row seating and more.
The Mazda5 seats up to 6 passengers plus cargo. The second and third row seating seats up to 2 passengers each and both come with the option of folding down to give you maximum storage when you need it, despite the limited space. The rear lift gate and low cargo floor make loading and unloading quick and easy and you never have to compromise storage with space in the Mazda5.
There is even extra storage inside the 2nd row seats which include a fold-out tray with cup holders. When you’re not using them, the tray easily stores away into the seats which also makes a nice isle for your third row passengers to get in and out of the vehicle as well. I thought the storage factor on the Mazda5 was really nice and it would be really great for longer trips on the road when you need to pack a few extra things.