Mazda5 Lease, Finance & Discount Specials in New Jersey

  

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If you are looking for the best possible deal on a Mazda CX-5, easy financing or lease approvals and a lifetime of free oil changes, you've come to the right place!  Wayne Mazda is the world's largest Mazda dealer with over 1,200 cars available. With so many cars to sell, you guessed it, we NEED to sell them. There are 800 more on the way and we need to make room! Giving Wayne Mazda the opportunity to earn your business means you're not going to waste time haggling over prices or settling for the right color and options. You're going to get a great deal on the car you love right away, with no hassle. Credit approvals are fast and easy - bad credit, no credit? No Problem! Everything is easy at Wayne Mazda and that's why more people choose us than ANY other Mazda dealership on the planet. Please, make an inquiry, stop in or pick up the phone now and find out just how easy it is to save big on a car you can drive off the lot TODAY!

Easy to Get to New Jersey Location

Wayne Mazda is just minutes from everywhere in northern New Jersey. Located a few miles north from I80 on Route 23 our central Passaic County NJ location makes us a convenient drive from all corners of Bergen County, Morris County, Sussex County, Essex County, Hudson County and a 20 minute drive from NYC via the George Washington Bridge. 

About the Mazda 5

Not quite a full-fledged minivan and not quite a wagon, the Mazda5 is a small, front-wheel-drive van with sliding rear doors and space for six. Among them: The  Mazda5 gets some new exterior colors, and a USB/iPod connection comes standard on all models.

The design of the Mazda5 is based on the Nagare, or flow in nature, design language. Its hallmark is an upside-down pentagon grille up front and a flowing design up over the front fenders and down the sides.

With these styling cues, the Mazda5 has a bolder and sportier look than the slab-sided approach usually reserved for minivan bodies. The body has been shaped with sculpted sheet metal and a severely laid-back windshield, with a rear roof spoiler on the Grand Touring version.

The grille, hood, fenders, lamps, bumper and front air intakes complement body-colored door handles and mirrors and taillamps. The design is not only attractive, but helps to achieve a 0.30 coefficient of drag, which is remarkably aerodynamic for a minivan, helping reduce wind noise and maximize fuel efficiency.

The interior layout of the Mazda5 is unusual in that it provides three rows of two seats each, with bucket seats in front, available captain's chairs in the second row, and a split folding bench seat in the third row, best suited for smaller children. A second-row bench seat is also available, which appears to be better for dogs or cargo than people. It's a versatile cabin, regardless of configuration. A mechanically operated liftgate makes the rear hatch easy to open.

A 2.5-liter double-overhead-cam four-cylinder engine with variable valve timing powers all Mazda5 models, giving it good low-rpm torque and high-rpm horsepower. Rated at a modest 157 horsepower and 163 foot-pounds of torque, it's the same engine found on certain Mazda3 trim levels. Transmission choices include a 6-speed manual or a 5-speed automatic.

Fuel economy ratings for the 2013 Mazda5 are 21/28 City/Highway with the manual transmission, 22/28 mpg with the automatic.

We found the Mazda5 enjoyable to drive, with responsive acceleration performance, sharp handling, and smooth braking. Mazda's sporty suspension means there's very little body roll. Brakes are four-wheel disc for good stopping power.

Don't expect a blind-spot warning system, adaptive cruise control, or any of the other higher-priced, high-technology safety gear found on more expensive cars. Nor is a built-in navigation system available; Mazda expects most buyers will opt for a portable Garmin, Magellan or other stick-on system.

There aren't any apples-to-apples competitors for the 2015 Mazda5. Minivans such as the Dodge Grand Caravan, Honda Odyssey and Toyota Sienna are larger and more expensive. Compact wagons and hatchbacks come closer in size, but lack the rear sliding doors and tend to be more expensive. Shoppers looking for utility with a smaller footprint and are willing to shell out a little more might also consider the Ford C-MAX wagon and compact SUVs such as the Honda CR-V and Toyota RAV4.

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