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The Mazda 6 is more than an ordinary mid-size family sedan, offering style, a fun-to-drive nature, and value. Its chiseled body and attractive cabin are of a quality you’d expect from much pricier cars, and its fantastic chassis delivers the kind of driving experience you’d normally expect only from an expensive sports sedan. Taken together, those traits create an extraordinary blend of upscale ambience and unsurpassed dynamics; yet the Mazda 6 is surprisingly affordable. Shopping for a Mazda is free of individual options. Instead, Mazda requires shoppers to select higher trim levels to add features they want. The Mazda 6 won’t win many objective comparisons with its competitors, since it’s not the quickest, thriftiest, or tech-savviest. But this marvelous sedan transcends the numbers and targets the senses better than its “mainstream mid-size family car” classification implies.
Mazda has brought quite a bit of technology to bear with the Mazda6. The car is light and balanced, giving it better handling and braking ability than most rivals. The car’s lower curb weight combined with the fuel savings-minded Skyactiv engine technology makes the car very fuel-efficient without the use of a hybrid powertrain. The Skyactiv four-cylinder engine produces a fairly good punch for how fuel-efficient it is, and combined with the car’s tight handling it will put a smile on a budget-oriented automotive enthusiast’s face. And the available turbocharged engine solves any power concerns one could have. It accelerates briskly and really shows its abilities with on-ramps and in highway passing scenarios, while still being fairly economical. Overall, for those wanting great performance and fuel economy at a decent price point, the Mazda6 is definitely worth a look.
It is also the first vehicle to feature Mazda’s brake energy regeneration system called i-ELOOP that uses a capacitor to store electricity created during braking to power systems like the headlights, climate control, audio system or electric windows.
Standard safety features for the Mazda 6 include antilock disc brakes, traction and stability control, front-seat side airbags, full-length side curtain airbags and active front head restraints. The Touring and Grand Touring trims additionally include blind-spot and rear cross-traffic monitoring.
The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety gave the 2014 Mazda6 Good scores, the highest possible, in all but the small overlap front test, where it earned the second-highest score. IIHS also named it a Top Safety Pick+. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) gave the 2014 Mazda6 a five-star overall rating (out of five).