Introduced in 2003, the Mazda6 was brought about to replace the ageing 626 and Millenia fleets. Its sporty and unique design with plenty of features and options made it an instant hit. The Mazda6 was exactly what Mazda needed, bringing an exciting flagship to a brand. As with the first-generation Mazda6 and the models that have come since, the goal has been to position the car in a class above its competition, including interior design and comfort. Extensively revised from 2018, the 2020 Mazda6 continues to offer an attractive exterior, well-appointed interior, and graceful dynamics to keep driver and passengers satisfied.
It’s no secret that big saloon cars are being pushed out of the market in favour of crossovers and SUVs. That hasn’t stopped Mazda from making the 6 a very strong and appealing package.
For a fun-to-drive, well-rounded midsize saloon, the Mazda6 is a great choice. The 2020 Mazda6’s interior is simple and beautiful. Mazda has upped its interior quality game beyond the competition, and it’s accomplished this without pricing the saloon out of the ballpark.
Mazda builds the Mazda6 to compete against midsize sedan stalwarts, but it does so with a nod towards style and sport that sets it apart from the competition. The 6 shows off attention to detail that isn't commonly found in a mid-size saloon and is one of the most enjoyable sedans in its class to drive. The 6 is not as versatile as the equivalent CX-5 SUV, but you’ll carry four adults in comfort and style, and there’s a wide, deep boot that’ll fit all their suitcases with ease. If you don’t fancy an SUV, the 6 is well worth considering alongside rivals such as the Ford Mondeo or Vauxhall Insignia. In fact, it’s a better buy than either, and that’s a bold statement.
“Every detail of the 2020 Mazda6 was crafted to deliver the best possible driving experience. Every element, from the available powerful Skyactiv-G 2.5 T Dynamic Pressure Turbo engine to the available rich Nappa leather upholstery creates a drive that evokes joy in every moment.