Mazda hits the competition for 6 – again
A raft of updates for 2017 have further improved the Mazda6, writes Dave Humphreys
There are many changes coming to the 2017 Mazda6, though for the most part, you will barely notice them. Mazda isn’t calling this a facelift or even an update; the Japanese car maker is just referring to it as its 2017 model.
So what’s new? Well, on the exterior, virtually nothing. That’s not a bad thing, as the Mazda6 remains one of the best-looking saloons on sale today, and Mazda knows it. Look a little...
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