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Mazda 6 Guide
Get the best online car shopping experience with expert reviews of the Mazda6. Read more to learn about the most important features and important factors to consider when researching the Mazda6.
With a few well-established vehicles dominating the midsize sedan segment, and numerous likable competitors trying to unseat them, it's tough for any particular vehicle to stand out. But the Mazda 6 has often offered something most competitors don't: charisma. While just about any car in this segment will get the job done, the Mazda 6 manages to engage the driver in the process. Discover the in and outs on used Mazda 6s, available now in Carvana’s inventory.
Roomy CabinLegroom in the Mazda 6 doesn’t come at a premium, as rear passengers, in particular, are able to easily stretch their legs and get comfortable on long rides. Headroom is also rather abundant, as passengers who are taller than 6 feet will find the Mazda 6 as a rather spacious and comfortable ride.
Terrific Fuel EconomyArguably the most impressive quality on the Mazda 6 is this vehicle’s tremendous overall fuel economy. Per EPA estimates, the Mazda 6 earns 31 mpg combined (26 mpg city/38 mpg highway) for the automatic transmission, while the manual gets 29 mpg combined (25 mpg city/37 mpg highway). Regardless of which transmission you choose, the Mazda 6 is among the most fuel efficient, non-hybrid midsize sedans.
Sporty HandlingDon’t the the Mazda 6’s fuel efficient ways fool you; it more than holds its own against rivals occupying its segment when it comes to driveability. The 6’s ability to accelerate stands out whether you’re darting in and out of city traffic or hitting the gas to get up to freeway speeds. Moreover, the precision steering and nimble handling on the 6 makes it a fun ride no matter the stretch of road you decide to tackle.
Ride QualityAn unfortunate drawback to the 6’s athletic makeup is the fact that it rides a bit more stiffly compared to class rivals. Particularly when outfitted with 19-inch wheels, bump and ruts in the road become rather noticeable.
Engine UpgradesWhile the Mazda 6’s standard 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine has earned praise for its capabilities, that is the only engine available for this otherwise impressive vehicle. Unlike some of its competitors, the 6 doesn’t come with the option to upgrade to a more powerful turbocharged four-cylinder or V6 engine.
BrakingIn this instance, there’s nothing really wrong with being average in this category, as the Mazda 6 stacks up amongst many of its competitors when it comes to braking. However, for individuals looking for superior stopping ability, the Mazda 6 is only a middle-of-the-road performer, coming to a stop from 60 mph in 124 feet.
Mazda MAZDA6 Reviews
4.8 OUT OF 5 (139 Reviews)