2021 Mazda, Mazda6 review. No Chip crisis here!

The 2021 Mazda 6 takes the mid-size sedan to another level. Mazda has crafted this in a way that elevates the Mazda design philosophy while maintaining Mazda’s commitment to enhancing people’s lives through its cars.
This is done by offering greater perceived value, allowing drivers to have their cake and eat it too, with features like handcrafted red leather seats—a first for Mazda6—that are both beautiful and comfortable enough to help you forget that our 2.5L SkyActiv-G Turbo engine is even under the hood when maxing out power on your favorite stretch of highway.
The 6 producing 250hp and 320lb-ft of torque has been specifically engineered to be extremely responsive at low RPM, so when you are slow-rolling that mustang, you have stored energy to spare. Thus, ensuring you can get your coffee with haste.

Exclusive to Mazda, the Dynamic Pressure Turbo delivers smooth and linear power delivery for an exhilarating driving experience.
Every aspect of the Mazda6 has been fine-tuned to optimize aerodynamics and maximize efficiency. From surface molding to airflow through the wheel arches, eliminated anything that disturbs airflow around or through the vehicle, helping reduce fuel consumption by up to 3% compared with the previous model. Of course, this means you go faster or zoomer if it were up to Mazda.

The 2022 Mazda 6 will be much more powerful than the existing model, with the six-cylinder on offer and the inline-4 also getting a bump in specs. In addition, a lot of quirky features with the latest tech are expected in the 2022 Mazda 6. As a result, the 2022 Mazda 6 will challenge the likes of Hyundai Sonata, Toyota Camry, and Honda Accord.

 

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