Style, luxury and comfort comes to mind when I think of the Mazda6 i Grand Touring.
I hit the road in Washington D.C. and took the Mazda6 for a cruise to check out the local monuments—what a smooth ride that was! I was impressed with the look of the sedan from the get-go. What I love about it is that it’s equally classy and sporty.
— Tanya M. Salcido (@tanyasalcido) April 7, 2016
This car has great power, is super comfortable and is fantastic for long drives. The responsive acceleration makes the drive fun and the a push button start makes it easy to jump and and go. Since my day-to-day car isn’t a push button, I had to get used to the feature—I quickly began to love it.
The interior is just as impressive as the sleek exterior. The leather trimmed sport seats and spacious cabin make for a comfortable experience. In fact, it was more spacious and had more legroom than expected, so I was a happy camper!
The Madza6 includes a multi-information display, a six-speaker sound system with a CD player and an iPod /USB interface. The Sport also includes a 7-inch touchscreen and audio upgrades, such as voice commands, HD radio, Internet radio apps, text message display function and automatic emergency notification.
The safety features include a sharp backup camera and a heads up display that allows you to keep your eyes on the road while giving you key driving information.
I don’t know about you, but the first thing I do when driving a new car, is to connect via Bluetooth. I’ve had the pleasure of testing a number of vehicles and sometimes found myself disappointed by how difficult it was to connect. You’d think it would be easy to do in 2016, no? It’s worth mentioning that connecting to the Mazda6 was super simple. I was able to connect to Pandora via their app choices and I was also able to blast the music I have on my phone.
Smart City Brake Support and Collision Warning
This feature helps minimize or possibly prevent frontal collisions when driving between 3 and 18 mph. The system automatically applies the brakes if it determines that a collision with an obstruction ahead is unavoidable. This is extremely helpful!
Lane Departure Warning System
We can all get a little distracting while driving. This feature comes in helpful, because it alerts you when the car’s system senses the car drifting unintentionally from its current lane.
Blind Spot Monitoring System
The Blind Spot Monitoring System will alert you if a vehicle or object is in one of your blind spots and it’s unsafe to change lanes.
Sit back and relax for this one:
MPG: 26 city / 38 highway