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2016 Mazda 6 GT Diesel Review

Australian new car buyers have been moving away from the classic sedan in droves, preferring hatchbacks and SUVs to the previously unassailable four-door family car. The 2016 Mazda 6 GT is proof that the medium sedan is far from dead, however, offering the value, comfort and refinement lacking in similarly-priced vehicles from other segments...

2015 Mazda 6 Review

Mazda refines its medium-sized breed with a quieter facelifted 6...

2014 Mazda 6 Review : Sport

Just months out from receiving its 2015 facelift, the entry-level Mazda 6 sedan proves the segment's second-best seller is still a formidable driver-focused package...

Mazda 6 Atenza Diesel Wagon Review

The diesel-powered Mazda 6 Atenza flagship has a premium price, but it goes a long way towards justifying it...

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Mazda Mazda6 Video Review

Why the Mazda6 remains one of the most engaging mid-size cars you can buy in Australia.

Mazda 6 Comparisons

Medium Sedan Comparison : Toyota Camry v Mazda 6 v Hyundai Sonata v Subaru Liberty

Medium cars are struggling in the face of an SUV uprising. Quite literally, the raising-up of body height and seating position has allowed the sport utility vehicle to act both like a magician entrancing customers, and a grim reaper destroying traditional sedan and wagons. There are massive upsides for those buyers who are determined to fly in the face of fashion, however...

Medium car comparison : Toyota Camry v Mazda 6 v Nissan Altima v Skoda Octavia v Holden Malibu v Hyundai i40

Medium is the new large. By 2017 when the large car segment will have been thrown into further disarray with the loss of the Ford Falcon and question marks surrounding imported replacements for the Holden Commodore and Toyota Aurion, it really has to be. The mass exodus from large six-cylinder family sedans that has happened in recent years, however, hasn’t been the expected boon for medium cars...

Holden Commodore Evoke Sportwagon v Mazda 6 Touring: Comparison Review

It's comparison round three for the new Holden Commodore. After proving superior to its six-cylinder arch rival in round one, and in V8 specification just beating a top-notch hot-hatch in round two, the Commodore now battles off with one of the best load-luggers in the business. The Holden Commodore Evoke Sportwagon kicks off at $36,990, or $2000 more than the sedan...

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Mazda 6 News

2016 Mazda 6 gets safety update, price cuts

The 2016 Mazda 6 mid-sized sedan and wagon range is now better value than before, and safer, after the company made a suite of active and preventative anti-crash features standard across the board. From now, every Mazda 6 variant will come with blind-spot monitoring, rear cross-traffic alert, an auto-dimming rear-view mirror and low-speed laser-driven forward autonomous braking...

Mazda overtakes Holden in 2015: First full-importer to finish second overall

By beating Holden in the 2015 sales race, Mazda has become the first full-line vehicle importer to crack the top-two in the Australian market for a full calendar year. The Japanese brand sold 114,024 vehicles in 2015, representing healthy growth of 13.2 per cent over 2014. This propelled the company from bronze to silver, given local hero Holden shrunk 3 per cent to 102,951...

Mazda says "no plans" for MPS revival

Mazda has ruled out bringing back the Mazda performance series (MPS) versions of the Mazda3 and Mazda6 despite announcing its intentions of creating a top-spec rotary-powered sports car. The Mazda3 MPS was available with both the first and second generation Mazda3, while the Mazda6 MPS last went out of production in 2008. Both cars used a 2...

Mazda MPS performance renaissance on cards

The Mazda 3 MPS will return, but not for quite a while yet. On the plus side, the Japanese company could be aiming for hotted-up performance versions of multiple models such as the Mazda 6 and forthcoming CX-4 as well. The drivetrain of choice for bigger versions, as we understand it, could be a turbocharged version of the current 2...

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Mazda 6 Owner Reviews

2015 Mazda 6 Sport Safety Review

Mazda6 is a cool car with great speed & handling. it also have a good music system navigation with having all good feature like brand like audi and bmw . Mazda6 remains one of the most engaging mid-size cars you can buy in Australia Still available with either 2.5-litre petrol four-cylinder or 2...

2013 Mazda 6 Review

I live and breathe cars. Pull into my driveway and it doesn't matter if it's a Proton or a Porsche, I'm just as enthused to explore the insides and outs of either. But not SUVs. I can't stomach the stupid things. Some are stylish, especially the Rangie Evoque, but I otherwise find them to be a complete farce. Their higher center of gravity means there's nothing 'Sports' about them...

2004 Mazda 6 Review

It only seems like yesterday, when I purchased my first brand new car. You know that feeling. The feeling of nervousness, handing the cheque over to the dealer, picking up the keys and just when you thought the process was over….ahh…that new car smell hits you. All is well. The year was 2004 and it was the re-birth of the new Mazda 6 and the start of those Zoom Zoom ads...

2014 Mazda 6 Atenza Review

I took delivery of my new Mazda in late November 2014, I have since done 4500km in mostly city driving with three country trips. I have been averaging around 6L/100KM around town, with the best that I have seen to date is 5.8L/100KM on a highway trip to Sydney and back...

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Mazda 6 Galleries

2016 Mazda 6 gets safety update, price cuts
2016 Mazda 6 GT Diesel Review

2016 Mazda 6 GT Diesel Review

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