Special-Edition Mazda Biante GRANZ Minivan


To our eyes, the Mazda Biante GRANZ has the look of a bullet train. It's definitely not a traditional beauty, but this pointy-snouted people mover certainly stands out in a crowd. Of course, the Biante being Mazda's large "high-roof" minivan probably helps too.

Love it or hate it, the special-edition Biante GRANZ is wonderfully wacky and available only in Japan. Based on the upscale Mazda Biante 20S – which includes a fuel-saving idling stop system – the front of the Biante GRANZ features a new bumper and large chrome grille.


There is seating for up to 8-passengers inside, and the cabin is trimmed with the same top-of-the-range materials used in the Biante 23S model. That should at least earn you extra street-cred among Nissan Cube and Scion xB owners. A new special body color, Aluminum Metallic, has also been added – though we'd opt for Brilliant Black.

Mazda has no plans to offer the Biante for sale in the U.S. at this time.



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