Mazda6 2010 review

Mazda redesigned its midsize sedan just last year, but the radical new styling failed to bring in a legion of buyers. In fact, sales of the 6 slipped after the redesign, which rarely happens. Perhaps it was the troubled economy that kept buyers away, because after a week of testing a fairly well-equipped Mazda6, I can't for the life of me figure out what family-sedan shopper wouldn't be tempted by this car.

The ride is extremely comfortable, there's plenty of power, it looks great and, oh yeah, it packs a ton of features at a price that beats the competition. You can read a review of the 2009 Mazda6 that features an optional V-6 engine here. My impressions of the 2010 four-cylinder are below.

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AUX Mode (Auxiliary input)
You can connect portable audio units or similar products on the market to the auxiliary jack to listen to music or audio over the vehicle's speakers. WARNING: Do not adjust the portable audio u ...

AUX Mode (Auxiliary input)
You can connect portable audio units or similar products on the market to the auxiliary jack to listen to music or audio over the vehicle's speakers. WARNING: Do not adjust the portable audio u ...

HomeLink Wireless Control System
NOTE: HomeLink and HomeLink house are registered trademarks of Johnson Controls. The HomeLink system replaces up to 3 hand-held transmitters with a single builtin component in the auto-dimming ...