Monday, November 29, 2010

2011 Mazda 5 Review, Picture,Price,Feature,Product Development

2011 Mazda 5 Review, Picture,Price,Feature,Product Development

The 2011 Mazda 5 has been introduced in the 2010 Geneva Motor Show on March 2 and 3, 2010. Car with a dynamic and elegant design of this will be on sale in autumn 2010. Design language, which finds inspiration in the beauty of flows found in nature.

Nagare design has appeared in certain elements of recent production models and was previously showcased through a series of concept cars. The new Mazda 5’s design achieves excellent aerodynamic characteristics with an outstanding drag coefficient and lift balance. In order to meet wide-ranging customer requirements, it also offers a high level of functionality, with dual sliding rear doors and multiple seat arrangements.

With its surprisingly spacious, easy-to-reconfigure interior, Mazda 5 is capable of juggling work, home and recreation with remarkable skill and efficiency. Its independently folding second- and third- row seats also give you the ability to create a virtually flat cargo that's over five feet long. All of which make the Mazda 5 capable of accommodating everything from three couples to a pair of mountain bikes. Even its extra-wide, easy-glide rear doors are designed to make loading and unloading incredibly convenient-as is its ultralight rear liftgate, which also features dual heights position. Best of all. the Mazda 5 wraps it all in nothing-else-like-it design that delivers fun, versatility and value in a way that's nothing short of athletic


2010 MAZDA5 Sport Touring Grand Touring
Engine type 2.3-liter DOHC 16-valve 4-cylinder with variable valve timing (VVT)
Horsepower 153 hp @ 6500 rpm
Torque (lb-ft) 148 lb-ft @ 4500 rpm
Redline 6500 rpm
Displacement (cc) 2260
Bore x stroke (mm) 87.5 x 94.0
Compression ratio 9.7:1
Fuel system Electronically-controlled multiport fuel injection
Recommended fuel Regular unleaded
Valvetrain 4 valves per cylinder with variable intake valve timing (VVT)
Engine block Aluminum alloy
Cylinder head Aluminum alloy
Emission control type (Fed/Cal) Tier2 Bin5 / LEV II
Fuel Economy
Manual transmission (city/hwy)† 22/28
Automatic transmission (city/hwy)† 21/27
Type Front-wheel drive (FWD)
Manual transmission 5-speed manual overdrive
Automatic transmission 5-speed Sport with Adaptive Shift Logic and
manual-shift mode
Brakes 4-wheel disc
- Front 11.8-inch vented disc
- Rear 11.9-inch solid disc
- ABS 4-wheel, 4-channel with Electronic Brakeforce
Distribution (EBD) and Brake Assist
Steering type Power rack-and-pinion with variable assist
Power assist Electro-Hydraulic Power Assist Steering (EHPAS)
Overall steering ratio 16.2:1
Steering wheel turns-to-lock 2.9
Turning circle, curb-to-curb (ft) 34.8
Suspension 4-wheel independent
- Front MacPherson strut with stabilizer bar
- Rear Multilink and stabilizer bar
Wheel size (in) 17 x 6.5
Tire size P205/50R17 all-season radial
Weights / Capacities
Curb weight (lbs)
- Manual transmission 3422 Not Available Not Available
- Automatic transmission 3479 3479 3479
Weight distribution (front/rear)
- Manual transmission 56/44 Not Available Not Available
- Automatic transmission 57/43 57/43 57/43
Fuel capacity (gallons) 15.9 15.9 15.9

Interior Dimensions & Capacities
Headroom, front/middle/rear
without moonroof (in) 40.7/39.4/37.1 Not Available Not Available
Headroom, front/middle/rear
with moonroof (in) Not Available 38.9/39.2/37.1 38.9/39.2/37.1
Shoulder room, front/middle/rear (in) 55.5/55.6/49.2 55.5/55.6/49.2 55.5/55.6/49.2
Hip room, front/middle/rear (in) 52.9/58.3/40.9 52.9/58.3/40.9 52.9/58.3/40.9
Legroom, front/middle/rear (in) 40.7/35.2/30.7 40.7/35.2/30.7 40.7/35.2/30.7
EPA interior volume (cu ft) 142.1 142.1 142.1
EPA cargo volume with 3rd-row down (cu ft) 44.4 44.4 44.4

2011 Mazda 5 Review, Picture,Price,Feature,Product Development

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