Sunday July 12, 2020

More updates for accomplished Mazda6

Mazda gives its 6 saloon yet another round of updates, and it remains one of the best cars in its class, writes Nick Maher

5th August, 2018
The new Mazda6: not a dramatic change nor a shocking improvement, but a series of worthwhile tweaks and upgrades

Mazda, rather in the fashion of some Hollywood directors, just can’t seem to stop meddling with the 6 saloon. In spite of the fact that the 6 has consistently been one of the best, if not in fact the best, cars in its diminishing class ever since it was launched in 2013, this marks the third time that the Japanese car maker has gone back to have one last tinker with it.

Still, such tinkering can...

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