2017 Mazda Mazda6 ratings and reviews

An upper tier sedan, the Mazda6 comes in three different trims the GX, GS, and GT levels. In all of those trims, you can opt for either a 6-speed automatic or manual transmission. Front-wheel drive is standard, as is the 2.5L four-cylinder engine that pushes 184 horsepower at 5700 RPM and 185 ft-lb at 3250 RPM. The real differences between the trims are inside of the cabin, where you’ll find heated front and rear seats as standard, as well as a backup camera and traction control. Upgrading to either the GS or GT will give you built-in navigation, blind-spot sensors, power driver seats and leather seating as standard. Safety is critical which is why every Mazda6 comes with traction control, stability assistance, brake assist and ABS to make you and your family safer.

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An upper tier sedan, the Mazda6 comes in three different trims the GX, GS, and GT levels. In all of those trims, you can opt for either a 6-speed automatic or manual transmission. Front-wheel drive is standard, as is the 2.5L four-cylinder engine that pushes 184 horsepower at 5700 RPM and 185 ft-lb at 3250 RPM. The real differences between the trims are inside of the cabin, where you’ll find heated front and rear seats as standard, as well as a backup camera and traction control. Upgrading to either the GS or GT will give you built-in navigation, blind-spot sensors, power driver seats and leather seating as standard. Safety is critical which is why every Mazda6 comes with traction control, stability assistance, brake assist and ABS to make you and your family safer.
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