Mazda6 in the Market

It's rare to get through a review with few negative things to say about a car. Is the Mazda6 flawless? No. It could get better mileage, and it could have better acceleration and maybe some nicer buttons. In the end, though, the flaws are minuscule when compared with the overall value you get with the right trim level. Good looks and lots of interior room are also pretty hard to argue with.

    See also:

    Miata in the Market
    The Miata's advantages in the market are that it has little competition — and none with anywhere near its two decades of refinement and evolution. There's almost a $10,000 span between the base-pr ...

    Going & Stopping
    All Mazda5s have a 2.3-liter four-cylinder engine that makes 153 horsepower and 148 pounds-feet of torque. It's a smooth-revving unit that's strong enough for its purposes, but it doesn't have a w ...

    Highway Driving
    On the highway is where you'll notice you're driving a small, light car, and that's not always a great thing. Right off, there was fair amount of road noise, and passengers noticed a lot of wind n ...