Sport and Touring models are offered with the automatic or manual transmissions, but the Grand Touring is automatic-only. A few positives: embedded Pandora functionality had no problem syncing with an iPhone over Bluetooth, even pausing and resuming a song automatically when a phone call came in, and the nav system's voice recognition was actually quite good. For sale is an original 1992 through 1996 Ford F150 F250 F350 and bronco dash pad. However, the system has a great-sounding Bose audio setup, with 11 speakers and Centerpoint 2 surround, and works very well with Pandora Internet Radio—better, in fact, than we've noted from far more advanced state-of-the-art infotainment systems. The screen is surrounded by buttons that can switch the system among its various functions.
Adaptive Front Lighting and High Beam Control are also on offer. The stereo controls are on the left, as God intended. I get about 28 mpgs on this which is actually better than my previous lease, a 2011 Mazda3. Touring models get dual-zone climate control, a power driver's seat, blind-spot monitoring, Rear Cross Traffic Alert, rear-seat vents, leatherette seats, 19-inch alloy wheels, and the so-called Commander Switch with alternate controls for the screen. I had this over 2 years. The Mazda 6 interior isn't going to flat-out seduce you the way the exterior does, but it's neat and quite attractive in all. This is such a great car.
If you're looking for a midsize sedan and don't care about pairing your phone, streaming Pandora or getting directions, stop reading now. I needed new tires about a year later. In all, the new 6 weighs a rather light for the class 3,200 pounds with the base setup and manual gearbox, and only slightly more with the automatic—making it feel very peppy, considering what it has. Still running on the stock tires and never even had a glitch with the car, even though it is pretty much all new from the ground up. However, it was because I didn't plug it in all the way. Still running on the stock tires and never even had a glitch with the car, even though it is pretty much all new from the ground up.
Give it one look, and it's quite simply a beautiful car. From how it looks to how it drives, it distinguishes itself from a pretty crowded pack. I average 32 mpg around town and achieved an average of 42 mpg on a 2400 mile vacation trip. Based on what we've seen with both this 2. Whether speaking of the blocky base audio system or the available touch-screen TomTom-navigation unit, these systems look a little bit dated, a little bit like aftermarket systems, and don't appear all that well integrated with the look of the rest of the dash we had to look at pictures of the last Mazda6, and the one before it, to remember how nicely integrated prior sound systems have been. I had a Cadillac before and gave that to my wife since I drive about 24,000 per year. Get rid of the first set of buttons, and you'd have another 2 inches of touchscreen.
The coefficient of drag is as low as 0. Touring models get dual-zone climate control, a power driver's seat, blind-spot monitoring, Rear Cross Traffic Alert, rear-seat vents, leatherette seats, 19-inch alloy wheels, and the so-called Commander Switch with alternate controls for the screen. Touch the Mazda's screen anywhere, however, and it'll bring up a prompt to enter a destination — a prompt that's not apparent in any way on the home screen. The Mazda 6 interior isn't going to flat-out seduce you the way the exterior does, but it's neat and quite attractive, with tastefully coordinated materials, just enough brightwork, and trims that place just enough soft-touch surfaces in the places where hands are likely to go. I think I may be the only one who had issues-lol. Hope it isn't another Tom-Tom.
But it does get better once you're behind the wheel. From the new corporate grille and front end more of a refined, masculine face than the clownish smile of some other recent models , to the rippled, muscular-looking front fender lines, the arched roofline, and the smooth, surprisingly refined tail and rear lights, the 2014is just gorgeous. Headrest obstructs when I am looking right at an angle. To find it, stand outside your vehicle and look at the corner where the windshield meets the dashboard. Listen to music, listen to radio, watch the movies, play games and many other wonderful in-car multimedia entertainments. The styling is exceptional and the performance is excellent. I regularly get compliments on the beautiful Soul red color.
All the wires are right there waiting to be plugged in. Then as in many other new models, the rearward pillars also allow better visibility in front, and side mirrors have been moved a little farther back, along the doors. Like many cars in its class, the Mazda6 now does better with the automatic than with the manual in the official test as well as in real conditions—mostly because the automatic is so good at quickly bringing engine revs down when they're not needed. The proportions are the best they get in this class, and it's a knockout. I've owned my '14 Mazda 6 Grand Touring for almost 2 years.
The car looks great and is super comfortable. The seats in the Mazda6 are the exception. The Mazda6 isn't sport-sedan firm, yet it handles near the top of the mid-size class; steering is quick and well-weighted, too, although somehow it loses its feel of the road. Check out the exterior details, and they all fit nicely together, whether you're looking at the new corporate grille and front end more of a refined, masculing face than the clownish smile of some other recent models, the rippled, muscular-looking front fender lines, the arched roofline, or the smooth, surprisingly refined tail and rear lights. I had this over 2 years.