All Dolled Up, but Still a Minivan By Warren Brown Mazda introduced its MPV family vehicle in 1988 in a bid to have it taken seriously as a minivan. That was four years after Chrysler Corp. created the minivan market in the United States with the introduction of its Caravan and Voyager models. Minivans were popular then. Sport-utility vehicles were few. Station wagons seemed nonexist... Read full review for the 2004 Mazda MPV
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We purchased our MPV used with 15,000 miles on the odometer. It has been a real pleasure to drive. The engine and transmission have both been very smooth and quite reliable. We love the layout of t... Read Full Review
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