The Mazda 6 is the Hiroshima firm’s flagship saloon, occupying the D-segment saloon space. At RM212k it’s one of the more expensive options out there, but as it’s fully imported from Japan, it goes some way to justify the price.
The 2.5 High Plus was on the receiving end of a raft of visual upgrades in 2018, where the grille got more prominent, the chrome got more bold, and the Soul Red got redder. However, in 2019 Mazda sought to improve the car further by adding G-Vectoring Control Plus to the big 6, allowing it to manoeuvre with all the agility that one would expect from the ZoomZoom brand.
This of course adds on to the Mazda 6’s already-impressive list of safety & convenience features, like the autonomous emergency braking, lane keep assist with departure warning, blind spot monitoring, and rear cross traffic alert.
But in this day and age, does the big 6 still have what it takes to remain relevant in an SUV-focused market? Check out our review to find out.
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