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A 10Best Cars and comparison-test winner, the Mazda 6 is our pick of the current mid-size sedan litter. It’s a solidly built, well-executed, and fun-to-drive vehicle that delivers a level of satisfaction well beyond what’s expected in a family sedan. The car recently was refreshed for 2016, and while Mazda wisely kept the updates to a minimum, the 6 is nonetheless even more enjoyable. Plus, thankfully, Mazda didn’t axe the sweet six-speed manual transmission installed in our subject for this review.
We previously evaluated the Mazda’s midcycle changes in a test of automatic only 2016 Grand Touring model. Although the various nips and tucks made to the shapely body are barely noticeable, the changes inside are significant. A resculpted dash with a slimmer center stack and console brings the Mazda 6’s cabin in line with other Mazdas, such as the compact Mazda 3 and CX 5 Crossover, as does the seven-inch, tabletlike color screen mounted high on the dash. The functions on the display can be operated both via touch and by using Mazda’s central control knob that sits neatly on the console next to the new electronic parking brake.
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The Mazda 3 proves that economical, fuel-efficient cars need not be dull to look at or to drive—and these are just a couple of the many reasons we named it to our 10Best list for 2015. Available as a sedan or a four-door hatchback, a 155-hp 2.0-liter four-cylinder is standard; a 184-hp 2.5-liter is optional. A six-speed manual is standard while a six-speed automatic is optional. As with most Mazdas, driving dynamics are peppy and engaging, although road noise can intrude.
There are a lot of cars you can spend $28,385 on. You might be surprised to learn that a Mazda 3 is one. A basic Mazda 3 sedan starts at $17,740, so the question of how this Mazda can cost $10,645 more asks itself. (Or it would, if autonomous cars were here yet.) Another $6600 takes you to the top Mazda 3 s Grand Touring trim level, including plenty of luxury amenities: rain-sensing wipers, a sunroof, heated leather seats, keyless entry and starting, a head-up display, a rearview camera, a Bose surround-sound system, and one of the best (i.e. most intuitive) infotainment screens in the business, controlled by either a knob or via touch screen. Enabling navigation at this level costs only $125, but this car also had the $1750 Appearance package, consisting of an attractive front air dam, rear bumper skirt, hatch spoiler, and side-sill extensions.