Top 3 Features
Pretty and elegant looks.
Cleanly styled and crafted interior.
Choice of saloon and estate body styles.
Why Lease A Mazda6?
What’s The Cabin Like?
How Does It Drive?
Saloon cars have smaller boot opening than hatchbacks and the Mazda6 isn’t as easy to fill with luggage as some rivals. The Skoda Superb and Vauxhall Insignia are easier to load and although they look like saloons, they’re actually hatchbacks. The Mazda’s boot has 480 litres of space, though, and the rear seatbacks fold down for more room. Behind the Tourer version’s opening tailgate is 522 litres of space.
Inside, there’s plenty of room for passengers to stretch out in the front. There’s lots of rear legroom too, but taller people may be short of space thanks to the Mazda’s more sporty sloping roofline. Odds-and-ends storage spaces are in good supply.
A noticeable lack of diesel and hybrid engines means the Mazda6 isn’t as economical as some of its rivals. The 2.0-litre petrol engines achieve up to 47.9mpg under official economy tests – and the 2.5-litre manages up to 44.8mpg. The petrol engines also have higher emissions than other cars of this type with diesel engines. This means company car tax and Vehicle Excise Duty (road tax) is more expensive.
Mazda6 SaloonThe core Mazda6 model is a 4-door saloon.
Mazda6 TourerFor more practicality, the 6 is also available as a 5-door estate, or Tourer in Mazda-speak.
The Mazda6 Vs Competitors
If you want an executive saloon or estate car that’s very good to look at, very enjoyable to drive and luxurious inside, then you’ll want to lease a Mazda6.
Mazda generally finishes highly in customer satisfaction and reliability surveys. The 6 came 3rd in the 2020 What Car? Reliability Survey, ahead of the BMW 3 Series and Ford Mondeo. All Mazdas come with a 3-year/60,000-mile warranty as standard.
No. Mazda believes its Skyactiv-G engine technology offers enough efficiency that a hybrid, plug-in hybrid or diesel model isn’t needed. Mazda petrol-engine innovations include cylinder shutdown technology – which closes off 2 of the 4 cylinders under light engine loads to improve economy.
If you want to lease a Mazda6, there are 3 core trim levels to choose from. SE-L is the entry-level model with all the essential kit. Sport adds more, well, sporting features, while GT Sport versions are even more luxurious.
Yes, front and rear parking sensors are standard on all models. A reversing camera is an option on Sport models, while GT Sport versions have a 360-degree view monitor which features front, rear and side cameras for a whole view of the car, to make parking effortless.
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