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Mazda's five-seat front-wheel-drive sedan benefits from a sportier nature than some of its competitors. Four-cylinder ("i" models) and V-6 ("s" models) engines are available. Competitors include midsize sedans like the Honda Accord and Chevrolet Malibu.
New for 2012
There are no significant changes for 2012.
The Mazda6 sports a long hood with pronounced front fender flares that flow through the headlamps and mold with the front bumper. Exterior features include:
All trim levels get 60/40-split folding rear seats with remote capability. Interior features include:
Under the Hood
The Mazda6 features a four-wheel independent suspension. Four-cylinder and V-6 options are normal in this segment, but the standard six-speed manual transmission (with the four-cylinder) plays up Mazda's performance roots. There are also two automatic transmission offerings: The four-cylinder engine can have an optional five-speed automatic transmission, and the V-6 comes with a standard six-speed automatic (it can't be had with a manual). Mechanical features include:
The Mazda6 offers an optional blind spot warning system. Other safety features include:
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