Mazda 6 Owner's Manuals
If there’s one segment that has suffered from the SUV boom and diesel decline, it’s the auto segment. The Mazda 6 and its competitors, such as the Skoda Superb, were the heart and soul of the new-car party, but have remained “out the door” as taller, more luxurious models have more popularity.
Mazda isn’t helped by the fact that this model has been on sale for a long time, but to help combat the decline in its ratings, developers are regularly making changes and upgrades in every way, as if still trying to convince you that the Mazda 6 executive class has a lot of life left in it.
Nevertheless, it has always been an attractive choice with a decent level of equipment, a pleasing interior and a well thought-out balance of ride comfort and handling. In this latest version, the suspension has been updated to further improve ride comfort, the steering has become more ‘responsive’ to the driver’s movements and the infotainment system now features telephone connectivity. For the technical side, only the petrol range is now responsible, which includes a 2.0-litre engine with 143 or 162 hp and a 2.5-litre engine with 192 hp.