The Mazda 6 series has always been popular for its head-turning style and effective driving dynamics. With every New Year, Mazda kept adding more value to the models by enhancing all of its aspects, turn by turn. Now, as the Mazda 6 stepped into its 2020 edition, people across the globe who nurture a passion for vehicles got curious to know if the new edition has made the Mazda 6 still better a car, apart from continuing the glory of compact car segment, in contrast to crossover SUVs.
What Difference Did the 2020 Year Make?
Some Mazda car lovers whom we came across at the showroom of the San Luis Obispo Mazda dealership opined that the 2020 Mazda 6 is undoubtedly a standout among the row of full size sedans with all its latest design cues.
But unfortunately, the year 2020 didn’t make much change to the 6 series except for the new key fob. But even without much difference, the 2020 Mazda 6 just makes an ideal choice of sedan, for those who are fond of this body style.
Even for 2020, the Mazda 6 series continues to be available in Sport, Touring, Grand Touring, and Grand Touring Reserve guise.
With all the retouches done to its styling earlier, the 2020 Mazda 6 finally continues to look handsome as a sedan no mater from which angle you look at it. There are not many examples out there that can beat the charm of those swoopy lines that run on the sleek body, while the widened front grille sitting the headlights at both ends make a grand approach. The tall and tapered rear end on the other hand complete the sleek structure. With all this put together, the 2020 Mazda 6 simply looks irresistible.
Inside, every cabin of the 2020 Mazda 6 series lays a luxurious atmosphere in spite of being categorized under the non-luxury segment. In this respect, the range topping Ritzy Signature trim models get more ecstatic with an artistic combination of real wood and fine leather, while a long list of advanced tech containing a color head-up display for the infotainment system rounds up the circle to perfection.
The Power Play
When it is a Mazda, it is powerful. Though as a sedan, the Mazda 6 series doesn’t need to chase any power game, but just for carrying the Mazda logo on its grille, it can’t lie lower in the game either. So, anyone who drives even the base model of the 2020 Mazda 6will get to drive a car running on 2.5-liter inline-4 engine that will pump 187 horsepower after a 6-speed automatic transmission collaborates with it. If that doesn’t satisfy your driver instinct, then Mazda allows you to drive with a 250-hp at your disposal from the turbo version of the same engine.
A well-known Mazda dealer near San Luis Obispo confirmed that front-wheel drive is set as the standard and only drivetrain configuration for the entire lineup ff 2020 Mazda 6, though all-wheel-drive is expected to be offered in the lineup soon.