Mazda 6 2019 in-depth review | carwow Reviews

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This is the new Mazda 6! It’s a more left-field alternative to your standard family saloon, and comes in at a relatively cheap price of £23,000. There’s no denying that it looks good, but does the interior and driving quality match up to the looks? Join Mat for his latest in-depth review to find out!

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Kcuf elgoog says:

Love these Mazda hope bring out different colour too many red ones

Elma Av says:

I have a 2018 mazda6 grand touring turbo and I am in love with it everyday. I used to have a 2016 mazda6 sport. Good cars. Not many people are driving it in Los Angeles CA that's why I feel unique :))

mena seven says:

The Mazda 6 2019 is a beautiful car with a nice interior, large backseat and big trunk. I like the dial button that can change the speed reading from mph to km.

The focus Guy says:

Finally a normal car with actual exhausts

Wood Yu says:

Do you consider the long-term reliability of the vehicle when rating them? I ask because reliability, or projected reliability, is never mentioned in the reviews, and it's kinda important to people who own one more than 3 years.

ONE GOD says:

“Secret stash of coins “ 😂

Baraa Jawabreh says:

best feature is the stash pocket


I thought cars with condensation problems where issues from the past. I was wrong. They still make them.

Justin says:

Does carwow offers also function in other countries?

1nnu3ndo says:

23000 GBP??? In the Netherlands it starts at 38000 euros…

John McMahon says:

The USB sockets in the back are always a nice feature but if someone is sitting in the middle seat they become useless here.

John McMahon says:

This car is a refreshing alternative to the Germans, that are everywhere these days.
Serious contender.

JDM Guy says:

Got to laugh at the points this bloke reckons are negatives: (1) The windows not making contact with the rubber door trim is a good thing! Means that trapped muck/dirt wont contact the glass and scratch it when you lower/raise the windows. (2) The cable operated fuel flap will have a much longer lifespan and will be less prone to failure versus an electronic realease.(3) A CD player is great for those of us who have a large CD collection. Also sound quality is better versus Bluetooth streaming/USB connection with MP3 player. So, Mazda please ignore this motoring journalist tripe and listen to users in the real world who have your products…..

Steward Mathias says:

6-speed manual in a top-of-the-range model? And with diesel engine? Can't get that here in Malaysia. UK is so awesome!

Shuffler131 says:

Last gen audi interior CTRLC CTRLV

Fabius Irvan Fabian Abron says:

uhhh manual…. i bet 100% buyer will go to automatic.. mazda malaysia, are not offering manual to any variants

spainter1985 says:

The stitching on that dash beneath the screen is triggering my OCD – it may be the angle but is it supposed to droop down above the passenger central vent? It looks as though it doesn't align with the dashboard correctly. Otherwise a lovely interior!

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