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2012 Mazda MPV review, part, accessory
You can finally have it all with the new 2012 Mazda MPV Minivan, a vehicle engineered as much for fun it was for function. New for this year, the MPV comes in two models - MPV LS and MPV EX. Both models come with a number of MPV parts and available MPV accessories that will make driving fun. We hope we can provide you with all of the necessary information in these areas. If we do not answer all of your questions in this visit, check again soon because we update our content every few months. In the meantime, enjoy our 2012 Mazda MPV review!
Everything about the 2012 Mazda MPV starts under the hood, with a hearty new, 3.0-liter, DOHC, V6 engine. The engine boasts 200 horsepower and is mated to a 5-speed automatic transmission for even greater confident performance. As many MPV reviews note, the vehicle can tow up to 3,000 pounds when properly equipped, and with diagonal rotational axis suspension, the MPV offers enhanced feel for the road when turning corners and banking around curves. Never to be outdone, the MPV boasts race-car suspension, front and rear stabilizer bars, and responsive new rack-and-pinion steering, which is complemented by the 111.8-inch wheelbase. Indeed, no matter how you slice it, Mazda MPV performance takes most minivans and makes them look ordinary.
Design is an important feature on the new Mazda MPV, and we would be remiss in not focusing on these attributes here in our MPV review. On the outside, the vehicle boasts:
Still itching for additional lists of Mazda MPV parts? Then try the inside, which comes standard with:
With some of the available MPV accessories, you can supplement these features with additional amenities, such as in-cabin DVD entertainment systems, and fold-down visor mirrors. Now that sounds like a deal to us.
Finally, aside from maximizing your safety in an accident, the Mazda MPV provides the technology to help you avoid one. Safety belts and air bags help reduce crash-related impact, while sophisticated traction and braking systems enable the driver to navigate challenging - or hazardous - situations. Perhaps most importantly, the car's "Triple-H" construction integrates steel reinforcement at key points in the body structure, helping to create a "safety cage" around the cabin that adds resistance to impact. It is this safety feature that sets the MPV apart from other minivans, and this feature that every Mazda MPV review cites as "extraordinary." Don't take our word for it, though - see for yourself, and test drive a 2012 Mazda MPV today.