2007 Mazda 5 Front

Mazda Minivan Featured at Goodwill Auto Auction

Are you looking for a stylish alternative to traditional family cars like sedans, station wagons, or vans? We have just the vehicle for you at this week’s Goodwill Auto Auction, where we’re featuring a 2007 Mazda5 that provides the best features of both a car and a minivan!

First introduced in 1988 as the Mazda MPV (multi-purpose vehicle), the Mazda5 was intended to serve as a “car-like minivan” that offers a comfortable ride, fuel efficiency, and a sophisticated exterior.

This 4-door, six-passenger minivan is FWD and powered by a 2.3-liter, I-4 engine with a 4-speed automatic transmission. Built on the same mechanical platform as the compact Mazda3 sedan, the Mazda5 is smaller and more agile than a van, making it easier to drive and maneuver on the road. With a spacious trunk and comfortable seating, this vehicle is a perfect choice for daily driving with the entire family.

You can save even more at the gas pump with this stylish Mazda5, which offers an average efficient fuel economy of 19 MPG City/24 MPG highway. Standard safety features include 4-wheel ABS, brake assist, and driver, passenger, and side airbags. Kelley Blue Book users give the Mazda5 an average rating of 7.9 out of 10, calling it “a great family vehicle,” and “reliable and comfortable.”

But to drive away with this unique and versatile 2007 Mazda5, you’ll need to be present at our Goodwill Auto Auction on Saturday, April 7th and place your bid!

Registration starts at 8:00 a.m. at 10600 Springfield Pike in Woodlawn, Ohio and the auction begins promptly at 9:00 a.m. Get there early to place your bid on this Mazda5 or any other of our great vehicles up for auction!

And remember, Goodwill is the place to donate your car, truck, or boat! Donate your vehicle at one of our convenient designated drop sites in Greater Cincinnati, or arrange for your vehicle to be towed FREE of charge! Your vehicle donation may also qualify for a tax deduction. Find out more at goodwillcars.com.

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