2014 Mazda 6 Start Up and Review 2.5 L 4-Cylinder SKYACTIV

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25 thoughts on “2014 Mazda 6 Start Up and Review 2.5 L 4-Cylinder SKYACTIV

  1. Camerons Car Reviews

    It’s not as long as say a Honda Accord, Volkswagen Passat, or Toyota Camry
    however it probably will do you just fine it is possible to take a flat nap
    however

  2. StickyRice1000

    Thanks for the review! Im really liking the new 2014 Mazda 6, Im torn apart
    from the 3 vs the 6. I wasnt fond of the center stack, and I do agree
    w/prev thread that it looks more Audi and BMW. Also I thought this was the
    2013, but clearly I saw the sticker say 2014! Howerver Im impressed w/all
    the updates except the nav screen. Its pretty small & for that size Id
    rather be in the 3, also considering the rear seat & trucks lack of space.
    Fav was the style fit & finish, def more poise than the prv

  3. DannyGtripleOG

    Thanks but I’d rather just wait for the 14 3 to come out. But when it does
    come out and if u can do one of those that would be great. Thanks.

  4. AbsolutelyHappyDude

    thanks for this review! about the rear room: how long is it when the
    backseats are down? is it possible to take a flat nap in the back? or is it
    too short to sleep inside this beauty of a car?

  5. stop asking me to change my name!

    Everyone is waiting for the 2014 Mazda3 lol. They will sell a lot more when
    they get rid of the smiley grill. I’m trading my 2011 in as soon as it
    comes out!

  6. joedogg9836

    This car is a great bang for the buck, super sexy and the fuel economy is
    awesome, doesn’t look to cheap either except a little bit in the rear door
    trim and rear fascia. I think the interior looks more Audi than BMW though
    (the vents, dash, center stack, trim pieces seats, and steering wheel look
    almost identical to the 2013 audi a4).

  7. Michael Leibowitz

    Just a little constructive criticism: focus on what sets the car apart from
    its competitors. Things like power windows/locks/mirrors, map pockets, and
    reclining back seats are available on every car on the market. Also, learn
    about the competition. You called this the “sportiest in its class,” and
    yet, for the same price, you can purchase a Honda Accord V6 with 280 hp
    (100 more than the Mazda 6). Your reviews will be shorter and to the point
    with less downtime. Good luck!

  8. Erlend Anderson

    “I feel like I’m in a BMW” – That is the best compliment you can say about
    Mazda. This is the very reason why I’m so proud of this new Mazda6.

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