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2007 Mazda Mazda5

Canadian MSRP
$19,995 - $23,895
Owner Score
2007 Mazda Mazda5

Key Specifications for 2007 Mazda Mazda5

Fuel Economy 8.0 - 11.2 City/HWY combined
Horsepower 153 hp
Drivetrain Front Wheel Drive
Engine Gasoline
Torque 148 ft-lb
Seats 6

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Owner Scores

Based on 25 reviews
Comfort 8
80% Complete
Performance 8
80% Complete
Fuel Economy 8
80% Complete
Interior Design 8
80% Complete
Exterior Styling 9
90% Complete
Reliability 9
90% Complete

Owner Reviews

JGamache16 You Want Reliability? Mazda's Got It. November 22, 2017
Overall Score
My 2007 Mazda has been the most reliable vehicle i have ever owned. It has been through many family road trips and family additions. We are nearly at 200 000 km and still going strong. I would recommend this vehicle to anyone wanting a reliable family vehicle. My only complaint is a lack of leg room in the third row seats. I have 3 kids and my 7 year old is starting to complain about the amount of leg space he has back there. The Mazda 5 is perfect vehicle for a family of 4.
Comfort 6
60% Complete
Performance 8
80% Complete
Fuel Economy 8
80% Complete
Interior Design 8
80% Complete
Exterior Styling 8
80% Complete
Reliability 8
80% Complete
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Recall Information

Recall number
Recall date
System affected
Model year(s) affected
Recall number
2010274
Recall date
2010-08-13
System affected
Steering
Model year(s) affected
2007 2008 2009
Manufacturer Recall Number:
6010H
Units Affected:
91,000
Notification Type:
Safety TC
On certain vehicles with Electro-Hydraulic Power Assist Steering (EHPAS), rust had formed inside the high-pressure pipe on the power steering system during manufacturing due to improper processing. Rust particles may detach from the pipe walls and enter the motorized power steering pump, causing damage to the pump bearings. As a result, gear lubrication may be reduced, leading to an increased load on the motor. Should this happen, there is the potential for the power steering system to enter the fail safe mode in order to prevent overheating, resulting in the power steering warning lamp to light and the motorized pump to stop which could lead to a loss of power assist and the required steering effort will increase. Correction: Dealers will flush the power steering system and repair as necessary.

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