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MAZDA
MPV

1988 - 1999
Japan

πŸ—ƒ Minivan 5 seats πŸ’Ί

1,000,000 MAZDA MPV
have been produced in total on earth

The MPV was designed from the ground-up as a minivan specifically for the American market, and was introduced in 1988 for the 1989 model year. It was based on the large rear-wheel-drive Luce's HC. It would be called the LV platform, and this larger platform allowed such options as a V6 engine, and optional four-wheel drive. However this large platform created some liabilities in other markets. When it was introduced in Japan in January 1990, it was regarded as a luxury vehicle, as its engine displacement and exterior dimensions exceeded Japanese government regulations for vehicles classified as "compact", and as a result, Japanese buyers were liable for additional annual taxes. It was available at Mazda's Japanese luxury dealership network Γ‰β€ΊΓŒΖ’fini starting in 1991.
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