2001 Mazda MPV Review Ratings
Average Ratings from 4 reviews
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2001 Mazda MPV DX Review
The back seats are amazing.
It seems like it always needs to be fixed.
Excellent Family Car When Not In The Shop. — I bought my MPV from an auction dealer so it wasn't in top condition, but I got a good deal on it. I knew it would have problems but I didn't think this many. I may have gotten one that was treated badly. So far I love it when its not in the shop. I will re-review it when it is in tip top condition. Otherwise I stick to my reviews as of now.
Primary Use: Family transportation
2001 Mazda MPV ES Review
I'd avoid US models because of seats. European model has all separated seats, which could be removed easily.
// — 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 quality is good but I missing heated leather seats. Especially during the winter its really cold but thanks god real leather warms quick . No unussual repares were maid One front bearing and front silent blocks were changed after a year I drove it. Runing on LPG makes traveling cheaper. Traveling is comfy enough only acces to third row of the seats a bit complicated when 2nd row of the seats are loaded. Over all thinking of a family van it's nice and comfy. I like it!
Primary Use: Family transportation
2001 Mazda MPV LX Review
Nice Look And The Speed — 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 that i never repaint this Van. about the interrior i have 6 18' kicker spearker. COST OF OWNERSHIP - gas is not bad. I just drive this during the summer time.
Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)
Reviews From Other Years
Low Maintanance, Good On Fuel
Could use a little more powerwise, but you can only go 100kph anyhow. Auto side doors don't work well in winter months and have no real good over ride. seating area is put together well and is very co... Read More
Buy It, Keep It Maintained And It Will Make You Happy.
Great vehicle in the 2006, I believe its the last year they sold it in Canada? Correct me if I am wrong. Good gas mileage and I like that's it is a bit smaller than the big domestic vans. Overall real... Read More
Too Bad I Can't Get A 2013 Mazda Mpv!
I wish the MPV was still being sold by Mazda, I would consider buying another one to replace my current minivan. I will have another child next year and a smaller Mazda5 will definitely not cut it. C... Read More
You Drive,you Know.
strong body,poor acceleration,bracking and handling is fine.it gets rust under the trim and lower parts of the body. too many computers for everything form brakes to ignition. i love the rear seats,wh... Read More
The only thing that isn't great is the winter performance. If you live where it snows you may either need the all-wheel drive model or to get snow tires. This van is great even though it looks small i... Read More
Handles like a sports car, looks aggressive. Lots of pickup, fun to do peel outs in! No squeaks, rattles etc. Looks really good, very aggressive, average mileage: 18 MPG city 25 hwy. This thing EXTREM... Read More
Have Loved It Since I Bought It Off The Lot
easy on fuel(for a mini van) handles well hauls a respectable load inside. more than reasonable acceleration presently getting about 30mpg(imperial) the rear temperature controls are a bonus pleasu... Read More
Van Has A Soul Of A Sports Car
the performance on this car is sick the acceleration is fast, stops instantly but smooth, and great handling the build quality is good but needs a little repairs the appearance is like a sports car bu... Read More
Mazda Mpv Impressions
Overall, i think it's a great family car. Obviously it's not designed for daily commutes or for super handling but it does the job averagely. The size gives it a plus over other family vans and the ad... Read More
All Round Winner
I'm still driving this at 192,500 miles and it is still comfortable with get up and go. I'm starting to look for a replacement just because of the mileage and some minor problems that may befixable fo... Read More