The Mazda6 is sporty yet also sparing with fuel. Its 2.5-liter four-cylinder delivered 32-mpg overall, the best fuel economy among conventional midsized sedans. The six-speed automatic is very smooth and delivers quick shifts. We found the 6 to be agile and capable in the corners. The ride is taut and steady but on the firm side, and the cabin isn't as quiet as most competitors'. For the 2016 model year, the car receives multiple updates, including external styling tweaks and a new dash layout, and uplevel models get a navigation system with a new dash-mounted digital display that is operated via a central knob on the console. Additionally, the head-up display first seen in the Mazda3 is now optional.
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