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The Mazda Premacy (called Mazda5 in some markets) was a compact MPV until 2005, before becoming a minivan for the 2006 model year (C-class). The first generation Premacy was built in Japan and exported to Europe and Asia. A rebadged version was sold by Ford in a few Asian markets (including Japan) as the Ford Ixion or Ford MAV. The second generation is sold worldwide as the Mazda5. As of March 31, 2005, 285,258 Premacy and Mazda5 models had been sold worldwide since introduction.
The first generation Premacy was a 2-row, 4 or 5-passenger vehicle, while the second generation adds a third row of seats for up to 6 passengers. Both generations were true vans with flat floors and folding/removable second (and third) row seating.
- For the 2008 model year, the Mazda Premacy recieves a facelift which includes a new front fascia, LEDs for mirror indicators and taillights (which also now feature a "clear" glass treatment), new colors and fabrics inside and a revised suspension.
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Current Generation: (2006–present)Edit
Although the second generation initially carried the Premacy name, it now carries the Mazda5 name in all markets. It is classified by Mazda as a Mid-Size Wagon, but due to the sliding doors and small size in comparison to normal minivans it is sometimes considered a mini-minivan. It also shares the C1 platform with the Mazda3, so the two vehicles share many components.
The seating arrangement of the Mazda5 partially depends on which market it is sold in. The North American versions of the vehicle only seat six, with three rows of two seats each. The European and Japanese markets have the same arrangement with a seventh jump seat in the center isle of the second row. In both the six and seven-seat versions, Mazda has equipped all seats with three-point seat belts.
The second Premacy offered a larger range of engines:
- 1.8 L MZR I-4
- 2.0 L MZR I-4
- 2.3 L MZR I-4
- 2.0 L MZ-CD Diesel
First Generation/Origins (1999–2005)Edit
The first Mazda Premacy was based on Mazda's CP platform, which was an altered version of the platform that was used on the contemporary Mazda Capella. The Premacy was front-wheel drive standard, although four-wheel divre was optional.
The first Premacy came with a small range of engines:
- 1.8 L I-4
- 2.0 L I-4
- 2.0 L I-4 Diesel
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