Mazda 5 2005 – 2007 Training Manual
Mazda 5 (previously known as Mazda Premacy and retained this name in the Asian market) is a compact van created by the Japanese car manufacturer Mazda in 1999. The first generation Premacy was born in Japan and exported to Europe and Asia. After the base-engineering, the car was sold by Ford in some Asian markets (including Japan) like the Ford Ixion or Ford MAV. The second generation is sold worldwide as Mazda 5. By March 31, 2005, 285,258 Premacy and Mazda 5 cars were sold worldwide.
The first generation Premacy was equipped with 2 rows of seats for 4 or 5 passengers, while in the second generation a third row of seats appeared, which increased its capacity to 6 passengers in the American version and up to 7 passengers in variants for other countries. Both generations were real minivans with an almost flat floor, folding / removable 2nd side and rear row of seats, hiding under the floor.
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