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2001 Mazda MPV Overview


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4.25 stars

Based on 4 reviews

Nice Look And The Speed by Rommel
 — PERFORMACE - I try this Van already in a quarter mile and i beat the 2003 toyota matrix and 2004 dodge duranggo. BUILD QUALITY - No need to repair this Van. APREARANCE - You can see at the exterior t... Read More
Zoom - Zoom by Pierre
 — Had the van since January 2002, drove it 234 000 km, and still rides like new! Read More
by Sergej
 — My MPV's heart is 2.0 and LPG is installed, so at the summer time with AC swithed on feels that it's AC takes good part of engine's power. But over all braking and handling are good enough. Build qual... Read More

2001 Mazda MPV Overview

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2001 Mazda MPV

Other than a few minor upgrades to the list of standard features, the 2001 Mazda MPV minivan was essentially unchanged from the previous year. Power for the front-wheel-drive vehicle was provided by a 2.5-liter V6 engine that produced 170 horsepower. A four-speed automatic was the only transmission available.
The 2001 MPV was available in DX, LX, and ES trim packages. Standard features for the DX included power steering, power brakes, a tilt steering wheel, air conditioning, and an AM/FM stereo system with a CD player. The LX added power windows, power door locks, cruise control, anti-lock brakes, and a keyless entry system, which was a new feature for 2001. The ES added leather seats, power heated mirrors, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, and a premium audio system with both CD and cassette players.
Drivers thought the MPV was a functional, versatile, and reliable vehicle, although some reported having too many mechanical problems with the vehicle. The handling, styling, and stereo system were also noted as positive points. And despite having more horsepower, the MPV was still considered to be underpowered by some drivers.


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Where Is The Location Of A Thermostat On A 2001 Mazda Mpv Astral Sporty

Some say follow the upper hose of the radiator and others say the lower,

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Lost Power While Accelerating Onto Highway

MPV lost power and nearly quit while entering highway. I had drove some 5 miles before problem occured. No engine light present. Used CODE scanner, no codes retreived (pass). Possible Fuel filter or p...

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If The Cooling Fan Module In A 2001 Mazda Mpv Fails Will It Make Loud Metal...

there is a loud metal sounding noise coming from under the hood on my 2001 mazda mpv, I think the fan has been staying on a lot longer and I noticed going up a steep hill the temperature gauge started...

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Mazda Mpv Engine Makes A Whirring Noise While Driving

While driving we hear a 5-6 second whirring sounds usually while slowing down or turning. It does not effect the engine preformance at all

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My 2001 Mazda Mpv Is Not Starting At Times But If I Wait A While It Will. ...

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