5 Reasons Why You Gotta Love the 2013 Mazda5

Innovative, Unconventional, or Versatile… how about all three? The all-new 2013 Mazda 5 has much to boast about, from its sleek exterior and unique unclassified size to its hidden cargo space and driving performance. As a 6-seater with the feel of a small sedan, the Mazda5 is a multi-purpose vehicle (MPV) truly designed for convenience, and priced lower than its competitors.


For all its features, here are 5 reasons why you gotta love the Mazda5:

1. Value

The 2013 Mazda5 offers the best value among its competitors. Available in 3 trims: Sport, Touring and Grand Touring, the Mazda5 ranges in price from approximately $23,990 to $31,780 depending on selected add-on packages. Comfort features that come standard in all trims include power-lock doors, a tilt and telescope steering wheel, and remote keyless entry, among others. The Grand Touring model, the most luxurious of the three trims, also offers Bluetooth hands-free phone integration with Audio Profiling, a leather covered steering wheel, and steering wheel-mounted cruise control. The luxury package includes a powered-glass moon roof and leather trimmed upholstery.

32. Hidden Storage Space

Innovative design, inspired by practicality, has led Mazda to create new space-saving methods and unconventional cargo-holding capabilities. Significant space is extended due to the virtually flat cargo space provided by the 50/50 folding third row seats. 

In this video one of our Sales Advisors at Destination Mazda demonstrate the hidden storage space and other features of the Mazda5: 

3. Built for Convenience 

A notable feature of the Mazda5 is its extra-wide sliding side doors, making loading and unloading of cargo or equipment much more convenient. The sliding doors also make the vehicle an excellent choice for families by providing a safe and easy way to enter and exit the vehicle (especially in tight parking spots). Furthermore, the folding seats serve a dual-purpose: aside from creating cargo space, the backseats can be transformed into a comfortable sleeping area!

4. “Anti-Minivan” Driving Performance

As one of the most agile 6-seater vehicles on the road, with Power-Assist Steering, tight 11.2 m turning circle and race-inspired dynamics, the Mazda5 will almost make you forget you’re driving a minivan. It also comes equipped with 6-speed manual transmission or 5-speed sport mode automatic transmission.

5. Designed for Life’s Many Surprises

Sleek and sporty, the brand new Mazda5 was built with a strong attention to detail to make the vehicle convenient for drivers and their passengers, while flexible enough to adapt to virtually any situation that may come up on a day-to-day basis. From its compact exterior look to its spatially-optimized interior, the Mazda5’s greatest asset is that was truly designed for lifestyle.


If versatility and innovation are what you seek in a new vehicle, the Mazda5 is a perfect match, offering a sharp design and exceptional driving performance. This is a vehicle that just invites you to come out and play – to learn more, or schedule a test drive, visit us online at newmazda.ca, or come by Destination Mazda and we’d be happy to show it to you!

2013 Mazda5 Quick Facts:

Price Range $23,990 (most basic) – $31,780 (fully loaded)
Engine 2.5 L DOHC 16-valve 4-cylinder, Electronic Fuel Injection fuel system
Transmission 6-speed manual transmission5-speed sport mode automatic transmission (optional)
Available standard features & equipment in all models Power lock doors, tilt and telescope steering wheel, air conditioning with automatic climate control, and remote keyless entry, reclining seats, 2nd row captain chairs, sport cloth upholstery, ignition key illumination, steering wheel-mounted audio controls, among others.

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