National Geographic : 1989 Aug
CarandDriver Magazine puts Mazda MPV at the top of the category for 1989. The verdict was overwhelming. Carand Driver editors rated Mazda MPV and its competitors in ten separate categories-and MPV claimed victory by winning nearly every one. Pitted against competitors including Dodge Caravan and Ford Aerostar, Mazda MPV was rated number one in eight out of ten categories includ ing handling, ride, styling, comfort and value. Inselecting MPV, Carand Driverstated: "Winner, winner, winner...phenomenally good road dynamics...a most carlike feel...great layout ...delivers more fun per mile than we thought possible from a utility-minded vehicle." And now MPV will offer a whole new choice in four-wheel-drive versatility with the introduction of MPV4WD. It's designed to combine all-weather four-wheel-drive capabilities with the excep tional performance, room, and comfort that has put MPV in a class by itself. Mazda MPV. The reviews are in and the con sensus is clear: it is the" 'Best in Class' with the emphasis on class." © 1989 MazdaMotorofAmerica,Inc.