2008 Mazda MPV

Mazda Motor Corporation has announced the launch in Japan of the upgraded Mazda MPV minivan. Known for its excellent drivability and sporty dynamic design, the freshened Mazda MPV is available from today at all Mazda, Mazda Anfini and Mazda Autozam dealerships nationwide.

The concept for Mazda’s latest MPV is “+Aggressive, +Luxury.” The refined styling and superb drivability that have become hallmarks of the third generation MPV since its launch in February 2006 have been further evolved. Other enhancements include interior and exterior changes and improved ride quality and comfort.

Mazda MPV

Extensive new chrome body parts, together with the remodeled upper and lower grilles and bumper, form a bolder and more distinguished front face. The vehicle’s rear combination lights and 18-inch alloy wheels have been redesigned and five fashionable, high quality body colors, including Metropolitan Grey Mica, Diamond Grey Metallic and Lilac Silver Metallic, are newly available.

The interior design maintains the previous version’s sporty image and features newly designed decorative trim and chrome parts that boost quality levels. The slide range of the optional second row ‘Super Relax Seats’ has been extended and a ‘nanoe ion’ air purification system has been adopted as an industry first to increase comfort levels. The interiors of the 23T L Package and 23S L Package model grades have also been fitted with custom sand-beige leather seat covers, heated front seats and a leather-wrapped wood grain-patterned steering wheel.

Mazda MPV

Vehicle dynamics have been enhanced by installing Mazda’s five-speed automatic transmission as standard equipment on all front-wheel drive (FWD) models with the MZR 2.3L naturally-aspirated engine. This change also improves fuel economy during acceleration and high-speed cruising. The chassis has also been retuned to enhance stability and ride comfort.

Manufacturer’s suggested retail prices for the Mazda MPV vary from 2,500,000 to 3,600,000 yen (including consumption tax). The target sales volume is 1,200 units a month. Special needs models based on the freshened MPV are also available from today.

Mazda MPV


that’s a very nice looking MPV prob the best yet! no prob with an aggressive van haha

It features an extensive new chrome body parts with 5 colors to choose from.

Making a awd or 4x4 will surely increase it’s sales but IMO, honda stream is way far better looking specially the Mugen series.

Lovely looking MPV, much more bolder and muscular than the Mazda 5, but i thing the mazda 5 is the lates MPV offered by Mazda.

Why won’t Mazda sell the MPV in the US - I had a 2000 MPV it was the nicest (looking) mini-van on the road. And now, it is even sharper looking. I just don’t get it.

a total change on the MPV, it is more aggressive and though looking Multi-Purpose Vehicle, better than its predecessor models.

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