The 2010 Mazda5 is the Japanese automaker's smallest minivan, or some might call it a wagon. No matter what you call it, this vehicle with sliding rear doors is an excellent alternative to larger vans and compact crossover SUVs. The 2010 Mazda5 is available in three trims: Sport, Touring, and Grand Touring, all of which have the same four-cylinder engine, giving the Mazda5 a surprisingly sporty performance.

The outside of the 2010 Mazda5 is caught somewhere between being a minivan and a wagon. Its looks have left critics unsure, but its distinctive sliding doors make life a little easier for families. Inside, the Mazda5 has the efficiency and functionality that's most welcomed. There are three rows of seats that hold six, with a noticeably absent bench that is hardly misses.

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