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Great Deals on the new Mazda 5 happening now at Matt Castrucci Mazda in Dayton, OH

Local Mazda dealership in Dayton, OH is having a sale on the new Mazda 5

DAYTON, Ohio, Jan. 8, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- The new Mazda 5 at Matt Castrucci Mazda is on sale and it's a great new car in Dayton, OH.  The sporty Mazda 5 is the only option if you are looking for something new that has plenty of space but isn't a full-size mini-van.  The new Mazda 5 has sharp handling and is much easier to park and maneuver than a regular minivan.  The affordable pricing of the new Mazda 5 in Dayton, OH has made it a popular choice for a new car in Dayton, OH.

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A minivan is a great car if you have a couple of kids and need to haul tons of stuff around.  The large interior space in minivans have always made it the right choice for large families.  A minivan is great but it can be a little too much sometimes for those families with just one or two kids.  That's why the new Mazda 5 in Dayton, OH is becoming a popular alternative for some minivan shoppers. 

The Mazda 5 is a great option for a new car in Dayton, OH if you have more modest family transportation needs.  The size of the new Mazda 5 is a little more practical and still offers seating for up to six.  There are two seats in each of the Mazda 5's three rows of seating making it plenty roomy but not oversized like a minivan.  The smaller body style and the driving dynamics of a Mazda give you an incredibly fun driving experience in the Mazda 5.  The Mazda 5 actually handles like a car, a really good car.  The smaller size of the new Mazda 5 in Dayton, OH makes it easier to maneuver through tight spaces and you can even park it into compact parking spots.

Matt Castrucci Mazda stocks new and used cars in Dayton, OH.  We also provide car repair and maintenance services in Dayton, OH.  Here at Matt Castrucci Mazda, we carry new Mazda, used cars, used trucks and SUVs to fit every need.  So when you are looking for a new or used car in Dayton, OH come to Matt Castrucci Mazda for all your needs.  Contact the professionals at Matt Castrucci Mazda by calling 877-321-5043 or visit the dealership online at http://www.mattcastruccimazda.com/.

Media Contact: Todd Williams, Matt Castrucci Mazda, 877-321-5043, [email protected]

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