After the compact front-wheel-drive Protegé sedan received a front-end face-lift for the 2001 model year, Mazda strived to revive the small hatchback body style with its new Protegé5 sport wagon, which launched as an early 2002 model. For 2003, the Protegé5 gets some new options, including a four-speed Sport AT transmission that permits switching between automatic and manual operation. Black leather-faced seats are also available. Black-on-silver gauges are now installed, and occupants can enjoy a six-CD changer.Side-by-Side Comparison
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